drove to Pomerelle on Wednesday on dry roads. If you are approaching from the south you have to know where you are going because there are NO SIGNS whatsoever until you get to the final turnoff ( after going through the ranch crossroads of Malta through smelly cow pastures, past more dead cats than I have ever seen per square mile). Finally there's a sign for Pomerelle Ski Area at a "T" intersection. Conditions at the turnoff were 44 degrees and partly cloudy. appprox. 8 miles up a curvy mountain road we arrived at Pomerelle in a full-on snow storm. Skied for two hours in a raging storm. There must have been at least 20 other people there. The snow was piling up and we found lots of good tree skiing with very creamy conditions on the groomed slopes covered with 2-3" of new. The next morning they were reporting 14" of new. We were wondering how you could ski through that much with so little vertical.