On January 2, 2018, the U.S. National Weather Service (NWS) declared a ski resort in Alaska to be in the midst of a winter storm.
That day, the NWS announced that the Snowmobile Summit Race, which was scheduled to take place in the Bering Sea between January 4 and 6, would be postponed due to a severe weather advisory.
According to a news release, the ski resort was to have a two-day run in mid-January, but that run was postponed due the snow.
Snowmobiles were banned from skiing in Alaska in 2016, which sparked a huge backlash from the ski industry, with many companies pulling out of the area and boycotting the race.
With the ban lifted, the National Ski Area (NSA) said the ski area would be allowed to return to skiing, but with the cancellation of the Snowmobiles race, the resort will not be able to resume operations.
The NSA is a private entity that provides services to the ski and snowboarding industry, and the NSA has a contract with Summit Racing that provides a percentage of its revenue to the race sponsors.
Summit Racing announced on its Facebook page on January 3 that it is working with the NSAs management team to determine what will happen next.
The NSAs website said that it will provide “more details” on what to do next, but did not provide any specific timeline for when that would happen.
On January 3, Summit Racing posted on its Instagram account that the ski race was canceled due to an avalanche.
The following day, an avalanche killed four people at the Bancroft Pass Ski Resort in New Hampshire.
Summit is one of the sponsors of the event.
According to the Summit Racing Facebook page, the event will be rescheduled for February 13, 2019.