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Lyndon Outing Club Weather Forecast 2/17-2/20

From Chris Kurdek at The Fairbanks Museum:

After a mix of precipitation types earlier in the week last night’s flash freeze provides some fun and fast conditions on the hill tonight. The groomer with the powder maker on made quick work breaking up the ice and bringing the loose powder to the surface. You’ll definitely want that extra layer and extra face mask, as temperatures fall quickly into the single digits above zero this evening. Friday night conditions will be much softer with more forgiving temperatures as a fresh few inches of snow comes to end the week. Temperatures will be much more comfortable Friday evening as they hang around 20 degrees. A few snow showers linger into the start of the weekend but overall both Saturday and Sunday will be mostly dry. It is shaping up to be an excellent weekend to make some turns as the snowpack will be fresh with typical mid-winter highs in the  20s. The next chance of snow likely comes late Monday, accompanied by a warming trend for the middle of the week. 

Wednesday Evening: Mostly clear. Cold with temperatures quickly falling into the single digits. 

Friday Evening: Mostly cloudy with a few lingering snow showers. Temperatures in the upper teens to lower 20s. 

Saturday: Partly sunny with a few scattered snow showers.  Highs in the lower to mid 20s. 

Sunday:  Partly sunny. A bit warmer with highs in the mid to upper 20s. 

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