Snowmaking Returns Along With Colder Temps

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There is a sweet roar at a few of the resorts this morning.

Colder temperatures and snowmaking have returned to kick off the middle of the week.

Snowshoe and Wisp were the first to kick on snowmaking on Tuesday that we saw, and Timberline, Beech Mountain, Massanutten, and Sugar Mountain weren’t far behind.

App Ski Mountain looks to have been just on the edge of the snowmaking window so they weren’t able to make snow overnight, but they are still open for play along today along with Beech Mountain, Snowshoe, Sugar, and Wisp.

Conditions are looking pretty fantastic this morning – especially where the resorts have been able to make snow.

I think Snowshoe said it best with expect some A+ corduroy out there at rope drop.

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A huge hat tip to the mountain operation crews who continue to battle to keep the season going, and it even looks like Ma Nature will give us some more opportunities for snowmaking throughout the end of the week.

A couple of quick operational updates this morning.

Timberline is slated to reopen on Thursday and play until Sunday. They haven’t announced plans past that just yet, but I expect an update in the next day or so.

As I mentioned, Massanutten was making snow this morning. They hope to resume operations, but we don’t have a firm date just yet.

That does it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow!

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