We have the championship race for my kids this weekend in Minnesota and we have some challenging conditions for figuring out wax that I'm hoping I can receive some advice on.
It was in the 50's the past week, but has been below freezing for 3 days now. Saturday night is suppose to be between 30 and 35. The first run will be around 40 degrees with the second run in the afternoon in the 50's. If it was last weekend where it had been in the 50s for several days, I would have started with a base prep and then used Swix LF10 probably. I'm not sure though now as the snow will be colder than the air, but then will start melting pretty fast and have high humidity. Still tempted to use LF10, and then cork on some hard wax on the hill.
Any thoughts would be appreciated. Just a kids race, but it means a lot to them and they will be doing the prep work to get ready. Thanks.