Pre-Xmas/Xmas week weather

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    Pre-Xmas/Xmas week weather

    The more I read from reliable sources, the more certain it appears that we make break the 6 year streak of warm and poor Christmas weeks. It is loaded up and there appears to be opportunities for storms a few times p week until the end of the year. Even if we only strike gold on 50% of these, we should be in good shape for the holiday. Lets just hope we don't get an Inland runner.


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    Favorable snowmaking temps too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Favorable snowmaking temps too.
    Specially the middle of next week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiberg View Post
    The more I read from reliable sources, the more certain it appears that we make break the 6 year streak of warm and poor Christmas weeks. It is loaded up and there appears to be opportunities for storms a few times p week until the end of the year. Even if we only strike gold on 50% of these, we should be in good shape for the holiday. Lets just hope we don't get an Inland runner.
    Has it really been 6 years of warm christmas weeks? Last year we had the new years day storm, but I don't remember the week before it... probably means it was warm haha.

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    Last year we got a foot of snow on the Thursday between Christmas and New Year.
    form is a 4 letter word

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    The later part of this week is looking so-so at best. But things may call off next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    The later part of this week is looking so-so at best. But things may call off next week.
    Depends where you ski. I've put out my initial forecast blog post. Northern New Hampshire and Maine look to come out ahead.
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    Well, some good news if it snows on Christmas in the mountains!
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    Ugh...planning on skiing Sugarbush and Stowe over 12/24-27. Concerned.

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