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    3/4 ain't bad... though let's go with the top right


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    Quote Originally Posted by skibumski View Post
    3/4 ain't bad... though let's go with the top right
    All the years I have lived in New England, I do not think I have seen that scenario. The two on the left are more likely.
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    NAO/AO dip, clippers, upslope, blocking, there was a miller B on one run and the EURO put 5" of snow down on another.All for late October. Models went full...

    Last edited by Tin; Oct 18, 2016 at 6:48 AM.
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    My couch might pull out but I send it.

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    Still above average temps for the next few weeks. Things get fun mid Nov.
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    Whoa, calm down guys. Just because some fancy computer model spits out some pretty maps doesn't really mean a lot, especially this time of year when boundary layer temps are marginal and the ground is beyond warm. And I don't think I've ever seen one of those 45 day snowfall maps that shows a snowmageddon scenario actually verify. And I'll take the under on 18" of snow in the 'Dacks.

    Still, it does get the juices flowing and it beats the blowtorch we've been having! A always, THINK SNOW!
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    Quote Originally Posted by slatham View Post
    Whoa, calm down guys. Just because some fancy computer model spits out some pretty maps doesn't really mean a lot, especially this time of year when boundary layer temps are marginal and the ground is beyond warm. And I don't think I've ever seen one of those 45 day snowfall maps that shows a snowmageddon scenario actually verify. And I'll take the under on 18" of snow in the 'Dacks.

    Still, it does get the juices flowing and it beats the blowtorch we've been having! A always, THINK SNOW!
    That map is from the 2008 storm. Hence my sadness as this is not 2008.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jully View Post
    That map is from the 2008 storm. Hence my sadness as this is not 2008.
    Damn it! I was hoping no one would catch it. I can see Jay and Stowe getting 3-4" up high but nothing like the October systems from 2008 or 2005. The Euro really goes wild with upslope though. Wait and see. Just hope to see some flakes at Magic on Saturday.
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