“Dangerously cold today at -25°F mid-mountain with -60°F wind chills. So, with a heavy nod to safety (for our guests & employees), no lifts will spin today & uphill traffic is closed.”
A wicked cold snap has forced the closure of Jay Peak Ski Resort in Northern Vermont. Jay will be issuing “snow checks” for any lift tickets purchased for today. An extreme wind chill warning is effect until 8am EST tomorrow so if you plan on heading to Jay make sure to confirm they will be open. Current temperatures could cause frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 10 minutes so be careful out there Vermonters!
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In case you missed the story update: The mountain is closed to skiing and riding, while we face dangerously cold temps and winds today at -25°F mid-mountain with a -60°F wind chill. So, with a heavy nod to safety (for our guests & employees), no lifts will spin today & uphill traffic is closed. We'll make good on today's lift tickets & snow checks are being issued. Thank you for understanding. Please stay safe and warm.
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