With winter closely approaching and still no snow on the ground, Arizona Snowbowl has decided to postpone opening day for the 2021-2022 season. Weather is too warm on the mountain to efficiently blow snow and have it stick. Snowbowl General Manager Rob Linde says “there’s just been a lot of warm temperatures and we need 32 degree temperatures or lower to make snow.” He adds, “we just haven’t seen a whole lot of that so far.” Snowbowl says they will continue to monitor the weather and update the public about opening day. Exchanges or mountain credit will be given to those who already bought opening day tickets. For more information and updates, go to Snowbowl.ski.