How ironic.

A week after Western New York got hit with a big storm, ski country in Western New York is closed down. Parts of the Buffalo area got over 80 inches of snow (that is taller than almost every Buffalo Bills player on the roster) the weekend before Thanksgiving.

In true Buffalo fashion, the weather changed very fast.

The weather turned rainy and temps in the 40s melted so much snow. The warm weather melted so much snow that the ski resorts don't have enough snow to operate. How ironic considering the entire United States had its eyes on the Buffalo area snowstorm.

Holiday Valley had its opening day on Friday the 25th but announced that starting Monday, November 28 they will be closed until Thursday of this week.

Kissing Bridge postponed their opening day all together.

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