Before summer starts, I've got to clarify something I said the last time I wrote about spring skiing. What I've learned is this: Apparently ski resorts generally stop making snow while it's cold. When the weather warms up, that man-made snow gets skiers through the spring.
New technology has made it possible to make snow in hot weather, though - even 80 or 90 degrees! - according to this article. It doesn't appear many ski areas are using this technology. And skiing through summer may not work out too well anyway. After all, snow still melts faster when it's hot out!