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Ski Season Resumes in New England
Two ski areas reopen while at least six others make snow.
Sunday, November 15, 2015, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com

Taking advantage of a short window of snowmaking weather, Killington and Sunday River are both set to resume skiing on Sunday, November 15. Current 10 day forecasts show minimal marginal at best snowmaking opportunities.

While Killington had opened on October 18, it was forced to close on October 25 due to mild weather. Sunday River opened on October 19 and continued weekend operations until November 1.

Meanwhile, snow guns fired up across three states this weekend.

In New Hampshire, Bretton Woods and Cranmore fired up guns. Wildcat had previously made snow on Lynx in October, however was unable to capitalize on it.

In Maine, Sugarloaf commenced snowmaking operations.

In Massachusetts, Jiminy Peak fired up its system briefly.

In Vermont, Okemo, Smugglers Notch, Stowe, and Sugarbush fired up guns.

Killington, November 15, 2015
Killington, November 15, 2015



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