Last Night’s Temperature Drops to Low of 14 Degrees

It was just last week, on Friday the 13th, that we received our first snowfall of the season. It has been cold—in fact, last night’s low temperatures dropped to just 14 degrees (allowing for additional snowmaking at the resorts), and this weekend’s highs are only expected to reach into the 40s. This year’s high temp was 85 degrees, back on July 18, which happened to be the day of the grueling California Multisport competition in the Conquer the Bear series. For updated weather conditions, including what we can expect for the Thanksgiving weekend, tune in to KBHR’s weather report from Ben Brissey at quarter after the hour on 93.3 FM, or visit Ben’s Daily Report.

It was just last week, on Friday the 13th, that we received our first snowfall of the season. It has been cold—in fact, last night’s low temperatures dropped to just 14 degrees (allowing for additional snowmaking at the resorts), and this weekend’s highs are only expected to reach into the 40s. This year’s high temp was 85 degrees, back on July 18, which happened to be the day of the grueling California Multisport competition in the Conquer the Bear series. For updated weather conditions, including what we can expect for the Thanksgiving weekend, tune in to KBHR’s weather report from Ben Brissey at quarter after the hour on 93.3 FM, or visit Ben’s Daily Report.

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