The Mt. Ashland Ski Area is closed again following last week's partial opening.
"Over the past few days, our amazing grooming team was able to pull together enough snow to provide a solid skiing and riding surface, but there’s not enough left to push around," a statement on the ski park website reads. "For that reason, Mt. Ashland will be closed until we receive more snow."
The mountain opened on Thursday, Jan. 25, following an overnight dump of 14 inches of new snow, which brought the base depth to 26 inches and allowed the Comer and Sonnet lifts to open.
This week's forecast on Mt. Ashland calls for sunny, mostly clear skies with temperatures from the mid-40s to mid-50s.
"We do have a pretty long stretch of dry weather ahead of us, based on what we're seeing in the forecast, but know that we will open at the nearest opportunity to get you back on snow," general manager Hiram Towle said in a video message on the mountain's Facebook page.