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Colorado finally kisses goodbye to the 2003/4 ski season

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Arapahoe Basin ('A Basin') is traditionally the last place in Colorado to run a ski lift. This year they've done well to battle on into June, because there was a heatwave in March which shut many resorts prematurely.

Anyway, the fat lady of A Basin sang yesterday, and this is how it happened: Summit Daily News reports.

As the article says, they usually manage to slide on until early July.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Interesting pic in there DG - someone geared up well against the sun !!
Quote:
The ski area receives an average of 367 inches annually. This year, snowfall hasn't hit the 300-inch mark.

"We're looking at about 70 percent of normal snowfall this year," Henceroth said Friday. "We're skiing on manmade snowfall and we're running out of snow."

On Sunday, the ski area reported no new snow. Seven inches had fallen over the Memorial Day weekend.

"We've had a very good season and are extremely pleased with the way our snowmaking system worked," Henceroth said. "We would have had a difficult season without it."

A-Basin first made snow in 2002 for approximately one month in November. This year was the first full season of snowmaking, helping the ski area to open on Oct. 30, its earliest in history.

They've battled on with man-made snow. Scotland, Australia and now A-Basin all covered here by DG's excellent info-mation service recently and all with the same problems. Anyone still doubt global warming ?
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