Firing hard since 8pm¬†last night¬†with no breaks in this snowmaking run, the familiar sound of the snowguns is keeping¬†us smiling right now.
Starting up for the first pre-season run last Friday night, our snowmaking¬†system is all¬†go with manmade snow being pumped out to form a base on Big D, Summit Trainer and Sun Run.
Snowfalls are forecast to start tonight thanks to a cold front moving across from Adelaide -¬†welcome news with only four sleeps remaining until the start of the season.
According to¬†weatherzone.com.au, "During Wednesday one of the coldest surges of polar air this year will rush over the southeast. On its leading edge, a cold front will deliver some decent snowfall. Accumulations by Thursday could be up to around 20cm, with VIC resorts benefiting most from strong southwesterly winds."
A mostly fine weekend is predicted with a number of activities and events planned across Hotham and Dinner Plain to celebrate the start of the winter season. Click here to find out more.
08 June 2010