Pretty remarkable actually considering the frequency at which mother nature likes to throw its knuckle balls. Mind you, a knuckler could still be thrown. The National Weather Service issued blizzard warnings for northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio Wednesday and a vicious dry slot cut down snow accumulations quite drastically as if to mock the forecast. Us powder hounds have suffered enough in the past year and we are in no need of any mocking. Sure, we too could get a "lull" in the storm during the day Thursday and snow accumulations might be a little lower as a result. The last cycle of model guidance remained consistent however and still indicates well over a foot of new snow on the mountain by the end of the ski day. If your headed up to the mountain Thursday and Friday, make a few turns for me.
We need to do a more complete update Thursday detailing the Saturday storm which is expected to give us a glancing blow but perhaps a light accumulation.