Despite decades of dire doom-laden predictions prophesying the death of snow fields across the planet (sorry for such a sentence on a Monday morning), South Canterbury ski areas, NZ have just experienced “record weekends“.
Ohau is currently sitting on a base of more than 50 cm (20 inches).
The resort’s owner/operator Mike Neilson says his snow fields received 10+ cm (4 inches) on Sunday night, adding to the 50+ cm (20 inches) from the weekend before.
Mt Dobson Ski Area, located to the NE of Ohau, is also enjoying “really good snow conditions, and we had about another 30-35 cm yesterday and last night,” says manager Mike Smith.
While Roundhill Ski Area general manager Tim Douglass says that a fresh dump of 35 cm (14 inches) on Sunday night meant they were able to open all beginner and intermediate runs on Monday.
“We’ve had two lots of 35 cm in 10 days which has been a great thing to happen before the school holidays,” says Douglass.
All this freshly-fallen early-season snow.
In a so-called catastrophically warming world.
Don’t fall for bogus political agendas.
Even NASA agrees, if you read between the lines, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) seeing it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
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