Snowmaking Update - Saturday, Nov 20th

We have been anxiously watching the weather just like many of you! The natural snow system we were watching for Sunday through Tuesday is looking more and more dismal with snowfall predictions down to maybe an inch or two. We never count out lake effect though, so fingers crossed for just the right wind direction and energy flow over the water.

It looks like Sunday night might finally get cold enough and dry enough to attempt to make snow and Monday night looks more promising. If we can make snow, it first needs to drain its water for a couple days before we can move it. It usually takes Larry two days to move the snow.

If everything goes as planned, the earliest we could open would be Saturday. This is not a promise. It’s a hope. We will do all we can to make it happen, but it’s still in mother nature’s hands. We will update again on Monday.

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