Weather problems
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langleyskier
December 13, 2005
Member since 12/7/2004 🔗
824 posts
I am planning to visit whitetail on Saturday with a group of friends; however, the snow/sleet/freezing rain we could receive on Thursday/Friday worries me. How well should whitetail be able to recover by Saturday. (i am thinking in terms of icy conditions)
snowcone
December 13, 2005
Member since 09/27/2002 🔗
589 posts
I wouldn't worry too much about Whitetail or any of the PA resorts. It looks like central PA, NY and north are going to get snow rather than freezing rain. In any case, those Bombadiers can carve up any ice, mix it with some snow and turn it into a nice corduroy in no time. Whats to worry about other than if you can get there?
gatkinso
December 13, 2005
Member since 01/25/2002 🔗
316 posts
Anything frozen this early in the season is good - think good thoughts for the base and take the slippery crunchies like a man! ;-)
Crush
December 13, 2005
Member since 03/21/2004 🔗
1,026 posts
Snow - ya good! Conan sez "what does kill you makes you stronger...". I am Herman "the Beast" Meier. Ach So!
You CAN Ski!!!!!!
twin58
December 14, 2005
Member since 04/1/2000 🔗
198 posts
No problem; Whitetail is always icy.

Badda-bing.

JK. I've been there on good days.
Snowmakers
December 14, 2005
Member since 11/23/2004 🔗
222 posts
Well as far as Snowshoe is concerned they are *expecting* 6-10" of snow...


Hmmm....
BushwackerinPA
December 14, 2005
Member since 12/9/2004 🔗
649 posts
yeah the laurel highlands should get 7-10 I hope it doesnt mix.
gatkinso
December 15, 2005
Member since 01/25/2002 🔗
316 posts
Let the existing base be coated with two solid inches of boiler plate ice says I.

Then, 6 inches of fresh to clean things up and rest of the season is pretty much insured.

If it is before Xmas, take the long view and pray for ice.
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