We had the kid's group practices last evening, and it was humid/wet and a bit on the warm side. The kids got a lesson in snow type variability, and a couple of them on waxable skis (the kick zone part) got to feel the challenge of wet conditions and how it forces very good kick mechanics. The snow got saturated with its own moisture in many places, making for variable skiing. Some areas still had cold, dry, powdery snow; some areas had wet/glazed snow, and some places were a little slushy. Temps were in the low-30s, but strange things happen with ~100% humidity, which is not the usual situation around here.
Once darkness set in and the temps lowered, those wet areas froze up, making for a hard-glaze. It'll probably soften up a bit today, but be prepared for a mix of frozen glaze, mush, and dry powder. Trails could use a bit of a re-groom, but we do not have a full team of volunteer groomers to cover it. Something might happen Friday evening, and hopefully, we get some new snow. Keep your fingers crossed.
Overall, the skiing was incredibly good last evening with the new grooming on the lower road and the meadows, with new track out there as well.