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Originally posted by TheCanuckian
reply to post by Cocasinpry
Snow comes in late December for the most part and we have had plenty already. So I think your making mountains out of molehills.
The end of the world is not coming.
Also not getting snow doesn't mean a thing. We had less precipitation for the past decade, but we still get awfully cold.
Things change, it doesn't make it a disaster.edit on 13-12-2012 by TheCanuckian because: (no reason given)
Last winter was reportedly the fourth warmest on record since 1896. It had the lowest national snowfall in two decades, and saw a 15% dip in visits to ski areas by snowboarders and skiers. The 2012-2013 season is also getting off to a slow start, with minimal snowfall throughout most of the country. The big concern isn’t just that ski areas are having a bad couple of years—it’s that conditions for skiing, and for the ski industry as a whole, may be bad indefinitely. Read more: business.time.com...