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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    This will be a fun one to watch on the VT webcams tonight.
    Can you watch Webcams at night?

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    You can for Bush and MRG and are able to see snow. Not sure about others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    My wife and I are both of the opinion that trees make steeps easier. Something about that vertigo, it's nice to have a vertical frame of reference at least in the peripherals.

    NAM 3k puts the bullseye on Killington and Pico. Let's see.
    I totally get what your saying about the trees....although it a totally false thinking As the trees only add danger.

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  4. #44
    Latest NAM 3k is awesome.. for me anyway. Killington and Pico still in the crosshairs at 16" if 10:1 ratio... Stowe at 14"... Southern VT sorta misses out but anywhere that's a mountain in NH does well. ADKs nice hit too.

    edit... 18z GFS coming in and couldn't disagree more... still saying big hit for SoVT and SoNH, small hit for the north. This is enough to drive a skier mental !

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    Last edited by bdfreetuna; Jan 17, 2017 at 4:07 PM.
    2016/2017: * = powder day
    Berkshire East [January 16, February 10]
    Bolton Valley [January 1, February 5*, February 19]
    Burke [December 17*, January 28*]
    Heavenly [March 5*, March 11]
    Jay Peak [January 29*, April 9]
    Jiminy Peak [November 26]
    Killington [December 4, December 10, April 8*, April 15]
    Kirkwood [March 8]
    Mad River Glen [February 25]
    Magic [February 13*]
    Mt Rose [March 7*]
    Mountain Snow [April 3]
    Northstar [March 10]
    Okemo [November 23]
    Pico [January 7*, February 18, March 19]
    Smuggler’s Notch [January 22]
    Stratton [February 4]
    Stowe [January 21]
    Sugarbush [January 2]
    Telluride [March 27, March 28*]
    Whiteface [February 12]

  5. #45
    Wow - hope it's huge....

    I cna't ski this weekend, but hope you all get some. Need one more round of good luck on next week's warm up....

  6. #46
    Planning on getting out tomorrow, even if it is dense, it'll still be fresh.

    Will be evaluating my Max Pass options in the morning and hitting the road.

    Unsure where I'll end up at this point.
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    Just have to watch the radar, only constant appears to be decent in southern NH.

    HRRR/GFS/EURO (hit in southern VT) vs NAM/RGEM (hit from K/Pico north). I will shave my head if K north grabs more than 10".
    Last edited by Tin; Jan 17, 2017 at 5:01 PM.
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  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Tin View Post
    I will shave my head if K north grabs more than 10".
    I will shave my 1 week of stubble if K and Pico summit gets less than 10" by Thursday.
    2016/2017: * = powder day
    Berkshire East [January 16, February 10]
    Bolton Valley [January 1, February 5*, February 19]
    Burke [December 17*, January 28*]
    Heavenly [March 5*, March 11]
    Jay Peak [January 29*, April 9]
    Jiminy Peak [November 26]
    Killington [December 4, December 10, April 8*, April 15]
    Kirkwood [March 8]
    Mad River Glen [February 25]
    Magic [February 13*]
    Mt Rose [March 7*]
    Mountain Snow [April 3]
    Northstar [March 10]
    Okemo [November 23]
    Pico [January 7*, February 18, March 19]
    Smuggler’s Notch [January 22]
    Stratton [February 4]
    Stowe [January 21]
    Sugarbush [January 2]
    Telluride [March 27, March 28*]
    Whiteface [February 12]

  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by WJenness View Post
    Planning on getting out tomorrow, even if it is dense, it'll still be fresh.

    Will be evaluating my Max Pass options in the morning and hitting the road.

    Unsure where I'll end up at this point.
    If the ratio is 10:1 or better it should be good!

    You guys are really having a rollercoaster season - warm last week refreeze over the weekend snow tonight thaw over the coming weekend into next week. Holy crap!

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    The secondary low looks to be developing well south east of the NAM's positioning which would steal the precip from K north and the White's barring some elevation magic (which is always possible).

    Still shredded on radar as modeled, southern NH still looking ok. The backbuilding, or lack there of, is what will make or break SVT/Berks.
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