LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. -- Ski slopes like Perfect North rely on cold weather to stay in business. In fact, Perfect North's 2016-17 winter season ended early due to unseasonably warm weather and lots of rain.
But what happens when it's too cold outside for skiing?
This week, the Tri-State reached temperatures in the single digits -- and below zero with the wind chill -- and health officials have warned about the dangers of hypothermia and frost bite.
Briana Harper spoke to Perfect North staff to see how they prepare for dangerously cold weather. Watch her report in the video player above.