MARIBEL - Snow might not be what you'd expect to see at a ski hill in Northeast Wisconsin right now.
Especially not after rain and warm weather melted much of the snow that had fallen so far this winter.
The snow at Hidden Valley Ski Area, though, didn't fall from the sky.
"I don't think I lost anything at all where I made snow because the man-made snow holds up pretty well. What it does is it ices it over and you gotta get it back into shape with the grooming. The natural snow is where you lost all the natural snow," said David Lodl, owner of Hidden Valley Ski Area.
And even though the weather this week has been good for making more man-made snow, Lodl says he wouldn't mind seeing some of nature's own.
"People are excited to get out. It helps to have that natural snow on the sides, when people look out their windows, they see snow. And last year, well, they saw grass and it was a rough year last year because people just don't think you're open, you know?" said Lodl.
And right now people aren't seeing much snow outside at all.
A satellite image from a week ago shows almost the entire state was covered with snow. Much of that was gone by Tuesday.
Thankfully we've got a long stretch of dry, cold weather coming our way.
Temperatures next week may not get out of the single digits.
So even if we aren't seeing snow falling from the sky, the ski slopes should be doing fine.
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