Wednesday, October 28, 2009


It's almost November already and that means the eastern ski/board season is just about here, but living in the east coast means the snowmakers got to get to work. Next week will give places in Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, and New York the required wet bulb temperature required to crystalize water droplets. But a strong enough cold shot is not in the foreseeable future for Mountain Creek or other area resorts. For now, the snow guns are just waiting. Waiting for the air and water to start pumping through the pipes.

When I see our first true arctic blast, one that will provide a decent snowmaking window, I will let everyone know a good week or two in advance. Enjoy what's left of fall, cause late November could get interesting...

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