Monday, January 6, 2014

Nordic Trails Are Closed

After a tremendous day on Sunday, our weather roller coaster has taken another dip. We’ve had freezing rain overnight, which changed to rain this morning. The wet precipitation that has started the day should change to snow by the afternoon, as temperatures will fall from a morning high in the 40s to the upper 20s by the afternoon. This wet weather has caused the Nordic trails to ice up and forced us to close all Nordic skiing and snowshoeing for today. Once the storm passes we'll re-assess the trails to see if we can get anything open but, in all likelihood, we'll need more snow before we can re-open. 

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