It looks like there are a few days/nights next week where the low is under freezing. I am not sure what the ideal temperatures needed to make snow but there is at least hope. 

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From your mouth to Ullr's ears. I'd love to see it. Seems like it might need to get a bit colder to get good snowmaking windows.

I would love to be up that weekend if opening is somehow possible. We can hope things trend cooler and drier over the next week.

My guess is the Nov 6th  with the marginal temps on the horizon.

Fri 11/10 Veteran's Day (Observed)

I'm going to stick my neck out for Saturday November 4th.  I've seen them open T2 with a smaller window than it currently looks for Friday night the 3rd.  The only caveat is the long range forecast trend has been to moderate this fall.  Hoping not this go around.

It's coming, in Rochester, MN today and it's snowing here.

top of the rock pile last night

get conditions anytime: https://xmountwashington.appspot.com/csc.html

Not just there.  K had snow up on Killington and Skye Peaks.

Was below 30 last night in Newry.  Woke up to frost on the car window....looks like nice window coming up.   I am going to bet that we are skiing this coming Friday afternoon.  

What weather site are you on?  NOAA isn't being so optimistic, but I hope they are wrong.


MonkeyBrook said:

Was below 30 last night in Newry.  Woke up to frost on the car window....looks like nice window coming up.   I am going to bet that we are skiing this coming Friday afternoon.  

Noaa doesnt account for altitude
I find you can drop at least 5 degrees on overnight lows at elevation from what noaa shows.
Things happen at 2000'

Yeah, that's where we drink 9% beers for breakfast.   #NPSC

Wheelie said:


Things happen at 2000'

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