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Two of the state's most popular ski resorts, Mission Ridge and Stevens Pass, have announced that they will be extending their ski seasons due to favorable weather conditions.

Thanks to a late-season snowfall, the resorts have received an ample amount of snow that has allowed them to stay open beyond their original closing dates. This means that skiers and snowboarders will have a chance to hit the slopes for an extra week or two.

The decision to extend the season comes as a welcome surprise, given that the ski season in recent years has been characterized by early closures due to climate change and a lack of snow. The resorts hope that this extension will attract more visitors and provide an opportunity for people to enjoy the snow and get in some extra runs before the season comes to a close.

The management at Mission Ridge and Stevens Pass have assured skiers and snowboarders that they will continue to maintain the same high standards of safety and quality that they are known for throughout the season. The resorts will also be hosting a range of events and activities throughout the extended period, including music performances, ski competitions, and other family-friendly activities.

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