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The Vail Valley Foundation today announced that record warm temperatures have hindered snowmaking efforts, resulting in the cancellation of the FIS World Cup Downhill and Super G races scheduled for December 1-2 at Beaver Creek.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association and the International Ski Federation will split the sites for next weekend's scheduled FIS World Cup alpine ski races to help keep the races in Colorado.
Northeastern resorts have benefited from a string of cold days and nights while many resorts in the Pacific Northwest and Rockies have postponed openings due to above average temperatures.
A developing storm moving from West Virginia through New York, Maine, and Quebec yesterday and today blew rain and up to seven inches of snow in some parts.
Intrawest announced a rise of almost 70 percent for its second quarter results.
For the 41st consecutive season, this morning Killington Resort was the first resort to open in the East for skiing and riding for the 2001-2002 season.
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Colder temperatures needed to resume snowmaking operations.
Killington Resort will open for top-to-bottom skiing and snowboarding Saturday at 8 a.m.
For the second time this week a major winter storm has slammed into Killington Resort with 10 inches of new snow reported at the K-1 Lodge at 4 p.m.
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