NZ Weekly Weather Blog - Tips for Waiting out the Lack of Snow
13th of June 2011
NZ Weather Blog | Matt White
Or should I say lack of snow blog!
This week's weather...
So now what? Well we can only sit and wait really can't we... as I recommended last week you may wish to band together and sacrifice some skis in a gesture to the snow gods, maybe a snow dance, or maybe just drink your sorrows away at your local bar... I reckon that when it does cool down it's going to dump.
things to keep you busy while you wait for the snow to come
As of now, the mountains are either on hold or still anticipating opening on time, here's the latest updates:
Rainbow: July 2
With a lot of the fields hoping to open by the end of next week, hopefully I will have some cold news for you next week.. I'm off to do a snow dance of my own!
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