^ I'm glad someone else thought Batman was running louder too. I was trying to remember if it had always been that loud or if I had just been oblivious. It makes sense they'd do what New Jersey did for their B&Ms.
The park is going to get killed next week with temperatures struggling to get out of the teens basically all week if the forecast doesn't change (which it very well may). Anyone looking to get one last ride in on the coasters should probably go Tuesday.
Canobie Coaster wrote:Has Great Adventure ever closed due to cold? I know when they're open everything seems to run.
Yeah, they did last year (I think on a Friday night where they were probably projecting low crowds anyway). Great Adventure can probably weather the storm next week but it will be unseasonably cold and they'll have an interesting time trying to get some of the coasters started next week if temps don't tick up a little (though knowing them, they very well might pull it off). New England is screwed though.
I think the day I went to Great Adventue last year was a high somewhere in the 20s. I'd like to think New Englanders are just so used to the cold skiing that they won't care going even on a freezing day.
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