So I've only gone skiing a handful of times but have been having more and more fun each time. We're going again tomorrow, however it's been sort of warm lately and some of the snow on the mountain has melted. Last Friday when I went there was 36" of snow, and now it's sitting at 33". They don't make snow on this mountain because of difficulty getting water up there (it's in a desert area). Other mountains further away are sitting at 80+ inches.
I've heard some seasoned snowboarders say the snow sucked today, but do you think we should bother driving up there?
I just really want to go, especially if it keeps getting warmer, but I just wondered why its considered 'bad snow'. 36" last week seemed fine. Would a loss of 3" make that much difference?