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I do the weather updates on our resort website now that I have been put on desk duty from park crew after blowing up my knee. I have been struggling to come up with new ways to describe the weather that aren't just the same as the day before and bland, so if any of you folk have nifty ways/terms for describing slushy spring days (or weather in general) that'd be sick as I have another month or so of trying to be "original". The cheesier the better
If it was me, I'd start writing more and more in depth descripitions of a certain area of the mountain. Put it in perspective of an animal on the mountain, what would a kid think of this, would a beginner like it? Would an expert like it? What do the lifties think of that and why? Bright and sunny can be described as distinct lack of cloud cover. Just a few ideas there, and I guess I do some writing on here so I have a little bit of credentials?