“Let it snow! Let it snow!” – those are the thoughts from the Canada West Ski Areas Association.
It’s after a warmer and wetter weather in Kamloops.
President Christopher Nicholson says reading the revised forecast shows December and January are going to see above average precipitation.
“As we look at the models particularly in the Interior where you have got from a temperature perspective, you have got the ability to make snow which helps out in the early season,” he said. “But as well as you go through the year its a factor for precipitation.”
“The above normal December and January set the season up really really well. If you get that snow in the early season that creates momentum and definitely helps the ski areas a base that carries them through the year.”
Sun Peaks coming off a record 2017 season, where they saw more than 400,000 visitors.