By: CBS 4 Newsroom
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, at Ski Snowstar at least.
Thanks to Monday night's frigid temps, the Andalusia winter sports park has started making the white stuff.
They're about a fifth of the way done. The snow needs to be about 2 ft. deep for skiing. The cold weather is a huge relief for Ski Snowstar.
Last year's warm temps cost them about 2 weeks of prime slope time and a big chunk of change.
So GM Ed Meyer says Novembers cold temps are a good sign.
"We got a good start last night when it gets in the teens it's a snow makers dream, it's good snow making weather."
Ski Snowstar's goal is to have the slopes open by December 8th.