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    Two weeks out. I think I will scheduling the day off now.
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    Please be snow for the hills and just a little rain or nothing for the city's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
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    Please be snow for the hills and just a little rain or nothing for the city's.
    Haha gotta love the PC comments now about hoping for snow. Hope everything is going good for you and your place of business Scotty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bzrperfspec77 View Post
    Haha gotta love the PC comments now about hoping for snow. Hope everything is going good for you and your place of business Scotty.


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    Thanks my place is okay but my job is another story.($1,000,000) gone due to flood and insurance not covering it , my boss has been pretty okay about it conserding how he normally is.
    Got to get high upb oh so high up and enjoy the mountains .

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    324 hours out on the GFS warrants a thread?
    calm down people. 'nothing to see here.

    although, I must admit I am getting antsy as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HowieT2 View Post
    324 hours out on the GFS warrants a thread?
    calm down people. 'nothing to see here.

    although, I must admit I am getting antsy as well.
    It would just be cool if it panned out.

    Here is the same model 24 hours later. While its showing the same storm is mostly rain for New England it still has a lot of cold air behind it. Also the blocking high over Greenland has been replace with a low.

    Screen shot 2012-11-16 at 9.27.27 AM.jpg
    Last edited by Abubob; Nov 16, 2012 at 8:34 AM.

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    We just need a snow storm this weekend, going to Killington this weekend and it would be nice for some new snow on top of all that blown snow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abubob View Post
    It would just be cool if it panned out.

    Here is the same model 24 hours later. While its showing the same storm is mostly rain for New England it still has a lot of cold air behind it. Also the blocking high over Greenland has been replace with a low.

    Screen shot 2012-11-16 at 9.27.27 AM.jpg
    I'm not getting too excited about this one. The setup isn't nearly as favorable as we had with recent storms. Had those occurred later in the season, we'd be doing cartwheels. But post T-day may not be able to get that cold air entirely through us--one of the biases of this particular model. I could see a mixing scenario ending as some snow again with the storm track through the region but not the offshore bomb that we'd like. Something to keep an eye on but at this rate most resorts should focus on all-out snowmaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinnChill View Post
    I'm not getting too excited about this one. The setup isn't nearly as favorable as we had with recent storms. Had those occurred later in the season, we'd be doing cartwheels. But post T-day may not be able to get that cold air entirely through us--one of the biases of this particular model. I could see a mixing scenario ending as some snow again with the storm track through the region but not the offshore bomb that we'd like. Something to keep an eye on but at this rate most resorts should focus on all-out snowmaking.
    Hey Winn. A friend posted this no a non-ski site so his focus is around NYC but would you care to comment on this as reading it is getting me very excited...

    Long range models are honking big time for an epic winter pattern for very late November and into the 1st 2 weeks of December. Pattern that is very similar to the famous winters of 95-96 and 2010-2011. Im hoping these pattern projections last.


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