Sunday, October 7, 2012

High Noon

I just walked High Noon.  The snowmaking effort was outstanding.  It looks like Sunday's high will be in the mid-thirties and tonight's wet bulb temp may drop into the teens again.  We will have another good night of snowmaking.  Starting Monday the forecast warms up a bit with day time highs in the mid-forties and overnight lows in the mid-twenties.  That kind of forecast makes it really hard to predict snowmaking.  If the weather is a few degrees warmer than forecast, snowmaking will be limited.  If the weather is a few degrees cooler than forecast, we have some really good snowmaking.  Patience, patience, patience.  We will take this one day at a time and get open just as soon as we can.

Enjoy these pictures.









6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looking pretty good!

Calob Rundell said...

Looks awesome!!!!
Can't wait for opening day!!!

Anonymous said...

Big Al, thanks for the photos. Big THANKS to Asa, Brendan, Jamie & the reset of the snow making crew keep up the good work
Z

Anonymous said...

yeeeaaaaahhhhHHHHH BoyyyyyyyyyyyyYYYYYYYY!!!!!!

Chris said...

So figure East Wall to be ready in another week or so? ;)

Anonymous said...

Looking good guys! I can't wait to get on some snow agian!