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    Just looked at my phone 10 day ...50's on wednesdays gone to 47 and things look colder again . Are the models flipping again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siliconebobsquarepants View Post
    Just looked at my phone 10 day ...50's on wednesdays gone to 47 and things look colder again . Are the models flipping again?
    They better or I'm flying up to the Arctic and having a word...
    Dude.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    2015/2016 season started off great. I have the photos of mid January at MRG and Stowe to prove it. Then it fell off completely.

    This season November did not allow for an early start but end of November and December allowed for great expansion and decent conditions.

    January was 3/4 not ideal and 1/4 better than average. The not ideal times hurt the areas that had yet to establish their terrain but didn't melt down the northern areas or snowmaking-intensive areas as some of the projected rain turned out to be mix or snow.

    So far I give it an average rating, but if January doesn't repeat itself.. and it doesn't look like it, we could be doing well with nice conditions for a while. Whether or not we get some big storms will determine how long the natural trails last into March and April.
    You have not looked at Wednesday have you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlague View Post
    You have not looked at Wednesday have you?

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    I'm not convinced quite yet Wednesday is going to be a disaster...at least where I ski. Everything has trended colder this season and if this happens to do the same things could turn out ok. Time will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlague View Post
    You have not looked at Wednesday have you?

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    You mean next week? I'm going to Whiteface and Gore next weekend, tentatively.. looks like they could be picking up maybe a foot over the course of a week. Not concerned about conditions in Connecticut or New Jersey.
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    January 17 was an odd month. It was quite warm yet NH/ME did not see a loss of snowpack. In fact, they both actually gained and very little R..n fell (granted not many pure snow storms). Most years with the type of warmth we saw, most storms would have been pure r..n and we'd be down to little if none on natural. Didn't happen that way which is strange but I take it as a win. Disappointed first February storm seems to be trending the same for a mixed bag, especially after the cold finally returned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by machski View Post
    snow stake.png I take it as a win.
    looks like a win!


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