The Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington State:
Scientists already have noted decreases in spring snowpack. With snow levels likely to rise at the rate of 300 feet for every degree of warming, a Snoqualmie skiing season that's now four months long on average stands to shrink to less than three months in 20 years, researchers say. In 40 years, it could be down to two months. Last year's opening, delayed nearly a month by lack of snow, could be a sign of things to come.
Imagine -- snowless in Snoqualmie.
So basically, no snow in the Cascades to ski on by most of our mid-lives. I imagine at that age most of us will be wanting to ski powder turns instead of rails and parks, so yes, this effects you.
Snomaking wont help much either, as the temperature has to be low enough to actually create snow, which it wont be.
Global warming sucks.