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    Wow, those are steep transitions!


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  2. #122
    Quote Originally Posted by lerops View Post
    Wow, those are steep transitions!


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    Yup! That's what's crazy about this storm. A small shift mileage wise and you get big differences in snow. Instead of 2-4" vs. 3-6" its 3-6" versus 10-12". Need it to come just a bit west for Sugarloaf. Had this trip booked since the ski show and I'm there Thursday and Friday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KustyTheKlown View Post
    i would be shocked if this drops >6" on Vermont and the ADKS.

    i hope i eat my words
    It already did. Stowe reporting 6 inches plus fell over night.
    It's a Powder Day at Stowe!!

    After a week long snowfall drought, a little Mansfield Magic happened overnight and we measured 6 inches of blower at our Barnes Camp snow plot at 1500'. Our grooming team is reporting over a foot at upper elevations resort wide.
    Lets go!
    I'll drive.

  4. #124
    Just leaving this here.. the NAM keeps getting better.

    edit: 12z run after this not quite as impressive

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  5. #125
    Quote Originally Posted by kingslug View Post
    It already did. Stowe reporting 6 inches plus fell over night.
    [FONT="]It's a Powder Day at Stowe!![/FONT]

    After a week long snowfall drought, a little Mansfield Magic happened overnight and we measured 6 inches of blower at our Barnes Camp snow plot at 1500'. Our grooming team is reporting over a foot at upper elevations resort wide.
    that's not attributable to this storm. that's a fluke/lake effect/orographic stowe storm. my statement refers to the Thursday storm and I stand by it, but continue to hope for >6", and that the cold burst isn't as extreme as they predict
    ~the stars turn, and a time presents itself~

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    I know.....just happy that its snowing. Here. Once again I'm in the same position as you...leaving the snow to go where its warm and dry.
    Lets go!
    I'll drive.

  7. #127
    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    Just leaving this here.. the NAM keeps getting better.

    edit: 12z run after this not quite as impressive
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  8. #128
    Here's the ECMWF.

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  9. #129
    The real life storm has a greater pcp shield and is tucked a bit further west than the same time GFS model depiction.

    This is incremental good news. Though in general it seems the model is doing okay with the storm so far.

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    EDIT: Cant seem to get those pics to work
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  10. #130
    I enjoy reading the posts you guys make about storms, but not going to lie... some of it goes over my head.

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