Cold Weather and Temperature Guidelines for Programs and Lessons

Program updates will be posted on Slack and the SDP Calendar, at the times below if the temperature is close to the cancellation threshold.

Temperatures do not include wind chill.

For consistent temperature verification, please use the following reporting system: https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/IPRINC46

 

Cold Weather Policy for Adult Lessons:

If the forecasted highs are colder than -16C during the day and -15C in evening then
adult ski lessons are cancelled and rescheduled.

Any confusion? Contact Carolyn.

 

SDP Sessions - Bunny Tots, Bunnies, and JackRabbits:

Jackrabbits will not run on very cold days. Our guideline is -15 C with no
wind; however, we will use some discretion (e.g.. cut-off could be -10'C to -12 C' with moderate to high winds)

Tuesdays (-15C)  @ 4:30 PM

Saturdays (-17C) @ 8:30 AM 

Please Check SDP Calendar  and website home page for updates

 

Cross Country - Track Attack (12 and younger):

Evenings (-17C) @ 4:30pm

Saturday (-20C) @ 8:30am

Please Check Slack for Updates

 

Cross Country - Racers (13 and older):

On weekends the session will first be postponed to 10:30, if at 10:30 the weather is still below minus 20, the official session is cancelled.

Below minus 15, only athletes with an airtrim mask can do intervals.

Please Check Slack for Updates 

 

Biathlon Shooting Practices:

Juniors, Seniors, Youth (13 and older): 

On weekends the session will first be postponed to 10:30, if at 10:30 the weather is still below minus 20, the official session is cancelled.

Below minus 15, only athletes with an airtrim mask can do intervals.

Please Check Slack for Updates 

 

Biathlon Bears (12 and younger):  

Saturday (-17C) @ 8:30am

Please Check Slack for Updates

 

*Possibility to delay morning practices if temperature forecast shows a warming trend

 

For consistent temperature reading, we use the Stride and Glide weather station.
 

 

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