Well, Yea! Local hill opens, great snow. Four to five foot base of fresh to three day old snow! And my skis were waxed up with quality general purpose wax (28*-40* range-great 80%of the time).
But...it was coldish today and will be tomorrow, by CA standards. Teens at the hill warming up to maybe 30. Needless to say my skis did not perform all that well, kinda sticky, hardish to turn-got better afte noon. This happens now and then when the air temp is in the low to mid 20s.
Within the hour I am rewaxing my skis with an 18*-28* wax.
So my question is: if it should warm up to the low 30s will my skis not do so good? I know I should just not worry about it, but my inquiring mind wants to know. Kind of a general purpose question. I do plan to use colder snow waxes as needed.