THINGS CHANGE AS WE GET INTO THE WORKWEEK.

MORE ON THAT IN A FEW MINUTES.

ADAM: THANK YOU.

LAST YEAR'S MILD WINTER WEATHER TOOK A TOLL ON LOCAL SKI RESORTS.

IT IS A CHANGE OF PACE THIS TIME AROUND.

CHERISE: TIM IS JOINING US FROM THAT SOME IF YOU WERE THEY ARE MARKING A SUCCESSFUL HOLIDAY WEEKEND.

REPORTER: IT WAS QUITE THE DAY TODAY.

A LOT OF PEOPLE ENJOYING THE NICE WINTER WEATHER.

THAT NOISE IS THE SNOW GUNS AS CREWS ARE PREPARING FOR ANOTHER BUSY DAY TOMORROW.

THE MANAGEMENT TEAM SAYS BECAUSE OF COLD TEMPERATURES AND SNOW STORMS AT THE BEGINNING OF DECEMBER, THAT ALLOW THEM TO GET A LEG UP ON THIS SEASON AND PRODUCE A LOT OF SNOW.

THEY SAY THEY HAVE ABOUT 207 OF ACRES COVERED IN SNOW AND 54 TRAILS OPEN.

THE MANAGEMENT TEAM AND SKIERS SAY THEY REMAIN OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE SEASON AHEAD.

>> THIS WEEK AND HAS BEEN GREAT.

THE HOLIDAYS HAVE BEEN GREAT.

WE HAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE FROM BOSTON WHO COME BECAUSE IT IS EASY TO GET HERE.

WE HAVE A LOT OPEN.

SO FAR, SO GOOD.

>> I DID NOT MAKE IT HERE LAST YEAR AT ALL.

THIS WILL BE A BETTER YEAR.

REPORTER: THE SKI LIFTS START AT 8:00 A.

M.

TOMORROW.

WE ARE ENCOURAGING PEOPLE TO COME OUT EARLY AND ENJOY ANOTHER DAY OF SKIING ON THEIR DAYS OFF.