Hottest Summer Months Ahead But Snow Is Now Expected In Texas Too
Looks like snow is on the way to Texas! So get ready to Bundle Up Buttercups!
South Texans have especially been counting the days until they get to see snow again after the wonderful snow that fell in 2004.
It's been almost 20 years since South Texans have seen snow, not counting the horrible freeze Texans experienced in 2021 having to declare a state disaster when ERCOT failed to keep the power on.
Who remembers having to grab socks for gloves because no one was really prepared for the snow to fall, especially on of all nights...Christmas Eve!
It really was a Christmas miracle.
It's with a miracle in mind that Texans are freaking out learning that snow is once again headed their way! And it will be here to stay!
The questions Texans have to ask themselves is this... how is your ski game?
I'm willing to bet over half of Texans, especially in the southern region have had little to zero experience on the slopes. Well, that's all about to change.
Just how much snow is expected to fall in Texas? Enough of the white stuff that Texans are going to need to learn how to ski!
There will be enough snow fall in Texas to open an entire ski resort!
Crazy right? A ski resort in Texas?
The company is named Alpine X and they expect to open the first of two Texas locations in 2025.
According to Snow Industry News, a letter of intent has been signed by Alpine X, offering, "Although we can’t disclose all the details just yet, under the agreement, our companies will form a joint venture to evaluate and select sites, structure and source development capital, and oversee the design of the resorts."
Snow is headed to Texas and it looks like a ton of family fun!
"Get ready to ski in a ten-gallon hat because we’re bringing snow year-round to the Lone Star State." Alpine X offers!
“Everything’s Bigger in Texas” so our plans for the state are big, too! We’re initially planning to develop at least two resorts in Texas, with the potential for additional properties." Alpine X offers.
With the first one opening in Dallas and the second in Austin... where do you think additional resorts should be developed? Why not Victoria!!!!
It's getting cold in here, so put on all your clothes!
Do you think the Crossroads could support an indoor ski resort?
See you on the slopes y'all!
First Indoor Ski Resort Is Headed to Texas