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Arizona ski area says snowmaking saved its season

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Faced with a warm, dry winter, managers of Arizona Snowbowl say the ski area's new snowmaking capability saved its season. Snowpack at the San Francisco Peaks outside Flagstaff is just 57 percent of normal, with winter snowfall of only 90 inches compared with the average of 260 inches. Snowbowl had its 30 snowmaking machines running often in November and December, using...

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