Northeast Ohio ski resorts start making snow, earliest in recent history

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PENINSULA, Ohio--  Boston Mills, Brandywine and Alpine Valley ski resorts started making snow late Tuesday night.

It marks the earliest they've made snow in recent history.

"We are excited to begin snowmaking early this year," said general manager Josh Boyd. "We saw an opportunity and seized it. The snowguns will continue running 24 hours a day through Sunday."

Opening day has not been announced. Check the website for updates.

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