A little more than three weeks remain until the Killington Cup, the World Cup’s annual stop in Vermont, is scheduled to take place. Yet, a quick glance at the Superstar trail cam shows nary a sliver of snow on the competition trail.
“I’ve been trying not to stress about it,” Killington president and general manager Mike Solimaro said on an upcoming episode of New England Ski Journal’s Basecamp podcast. “We’ve had some warm years before and we’ve always been able to pull it off.”
The record November high in Killington is 65 degrees, a mark the Vermont resort could actually break this weekend, when temperatures, according to the National Weather Service, are predicted to hit upwards of 67 degrees.
The NWS predicts Saturday night’s low to be around 59 degrees.