I made that my wallpaper, then I realized it was too tormenting.
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November: 22,23,28,29,30 (Mount Snow)
December: 6,7,13,14,20,21,26,27,28,31 (Mount Snow)
January: 1,2,3,4,10,17,18,19,24,25,31 (Mount Snow) 11(Stratton)
February: 1,8 (Bromley),7,14,15,16,17,19,20,21,22 (Mount Snow) 18 (Berkshire East)
'07--08 season: 51 Days, '08-'09 season: 55 Days, '09-'10 season: 41 Days, '10-'11 season: 49 days, '11-'12 season: 40 Days '12-'13 season: 57 days, '13-'14 season; 60 days '07-'14 seasons: 353 Days
Winn is not calling this one for NNH.
Live, Ski or Die Trying!!!
"Life is not measured by the numbers of breaths we take, but by the ski runs that take our breath away."
SKI THE EAST!!!!!!
NWS is calling for 10-14 incoming for Stowe/Smuggs and Jay.
And mighty Platty just reported on Facebook they have 8" since yesterday and the Lake Effect bands are still rolling in strong. Things are looking up.
Might have to hit Plattekill this weekend. Would go to Jay, but the gf is a teacher and cant just take a day off
The fact that you cant even see the trails is a positively beautiful thing!
Lake-effect bands have been coming thru all day...now we're up to 8" of the REAL DEAL!!!! Here's what we look like @ 1pm. More terrain opening shortly....
Nice... some solid upslope snows. Im headed up to Stowe tomorrow night (wish I was leaving tonight!). I can't figure out what this weekend event might bring up there.
Urgent - winter weather message
national weather service burlington vt
1155 am est wed feb 20 2013
orleans-lamoille-washington-eastern franklin-eastern chittenden-
including the cities of...newport...johnson...stowe...
1155 am est wed feb 20 2013
...winter weather advisory in effect until 4 pm est thursday...
The national weather service in burlington has issued a winter
weather advisory for snow...which is in effect until 4 pm est
* locations...the western slopes of the green mountains to include
the western portions of orleans...lamoille and washington counties.
* hazard types...moderate to occasionally heavy snow.
* accumulations...4 to 8 inches of snow with locally higher
* maximum snowfall rate...up to 1 inch per hour...mainly today
into thursday morning.
* timing...moderate to occasionally heavy snow will develop across
the advisory area today and continue tonight before gradually
tapering off thursday afternoon.
* impacts...difficult travel due to snow covered roads and reduced
* winds...west to northwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.
* temperatures...highs in the mid to upper 20s. Lows 10 to 15.
* visibilities...less than one half mile at times in moderate to
occasionally heavy snow.
A winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow will
cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and
limited visibilities...and use caution while driving.
Here's the 12z Euro update.
That's about a foot of snow for Plattekill on top of the probably 10" they've received in the last 24 hours. This could get pretty good pretty quick.
Everyone's a winner here, except for the Poconos, which will most probably get rained on and screwed (aka situation normal).
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