^Pandemoium is prone to valleying, it won't be running in extreme cold. It seemed like it was running with different wheels though so that should help. But if there are some extreme cold days, I bet it will be the first to close.
BoulderDash wrote:^Pandemoium is prone to valleying, it won't be running in extreme cold. It seemed like it was running with different wheels though so that should help. But if there are some extreme cold days, I bet it will be the first to close.
Six Flags New England doesn’t seem to be as incredibly aggressive with cold weather as Great Adventure and Great America but they’re still pretty great. Pandemonium is also probably more valley prone than anything that Great Adventure or Great America is running and if it valleys it’s more likely to do it way up in the air.
I wouldn’t be shocked to see Pandemonium closed for weather on rare occasions but I’d venture a guess that they’d be more worry about a combination of cold and wind than just extreme cold.
Last edited by coasterbill on Tue Dec 03, 2019 7:27 pm.
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