Pa. ski resorts adapt to the mild conditions – The Inky
Another season of poor snowfall isn’t holding back the ski areas in Eastern Pennsylvania like as much as last year. Cold nights have allowed for
snow-making even though the days have been a bit warm. Just a new normal it seems.
Seven Springs and other Western Pennsylvania ski areas seem to be fairing okay — they have had actual snow out there.
Southern Pennsylvania resorts are reporting “loose, granular” which I think means the slopes are covered in gravel.
I was supposed to go skiing today, but the temperatures in the 50s everywhere made me change my plans. Perhaps next weekend will work out better.