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WEATHER
FORECAST FROM: BEN'S WEATHER LINK
Updated 03/04/2015, 13:05:30

Mostly Sunny...
BEN SEZ: Residual moisture will bring a few snow showers or flurries overnight, clearing late with lows in the teens. As low pressure and associated moisture finally exits the region a drier offshore flow will develop with a gradual warming trend headed towards the weekend. Partly cloudy skies through Wednesday as the atmosphere dries out and re-stabilizes highs will make it back into the lower & mid 40s; light east to northeast winds 5-15mph. Fair & warmer Thursday & Friday as daytime temperatures make it back into the 50s, even nearing 60 over the weekend, with overnight lows cooling to the teens & 20s. Temperatures may start to cool once again as we head into next week, but the forecast will remain dry for now; longer range computer forecast models hint at the possibility of more wet weather around mid month.
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CURRENT BIG BEAR HIGHWAY CONDITIONS
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Elevations
Lake elevation 6,750 ft.
Resort summit elevation 8,805 ft.
'Winter' Mountain Driving:
Always check road conditions (use the links on this page); always carry chains; always beware of black ice.
Chain Requirement Definitions:
R-1 = Autos with snow tires or 4WD and snow tires OK.
R-2 = Chains required on all vehicles except those with 4WD and snow tires on all four wheels.
R-3 = Chains required on all vehicles, no exceptions.
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