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  1. #201
    Quote Originally Posted by cdskier View Post
    Just looked at the 24 hour timelapse of the summit snow stake webcam at Sugarbush...yikes!
    Kinda wish I didn't watch that. Ouch.

  2. #202
    Quote Originally Posted by VTKilarney View Post
    Not so much today (at least here at a lower elevation), but definitely last night and into the early morning hours.
    And just as I type that the fog has returned.


  3. #203
    Okay, so... worth going to somewhere like Wildcat tomorrow? Are they actually going to get some fresh snow on the back end of this storm amounting to anything to offset some of this awful rain?
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    Trail counts are dropping.

  5. #205
    Only 7 more hours of pain for me according to the models.

    Only problem....the HRRR says it should be in the low 50/upper 40s by 5pm at my place in Sudbury, VT....actually temp is 62!

    Edit: 3km NAM is right on track, matches current temps and has Rutland to 32 by 11pm tonight...a 30 degree drop in the next 6 hours.
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  6. #206
    Quote Originally Posted by Jcb890 View Post
    Okay, so... worth going to somewhere like Wildcat tomorrow? Are they actually going to get some fresh snow on the back end of this storm amounting to anything to offset some of this awful rain?
    I don't see any models forecasting snowfall for Wildcat, area is dried out by the time the cold air comes in aloft.
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  7. #207
    Quote Originally Posted by Jcb890 View Post
    Okay, so... worth going to somewhere like Wildcat tomorrow? Are they actually going to get some fresh snow on the back end of this storm amounting to anything to offset some of this awful rain?
    They're definitely gonna get some "mixed precipitation" before it turns over to anything significant....
    Precip is supposed to be over by 11am- Noonish
    HARD Freeze Sat night, single digits by Sun morniing

  8. #208
    5:24 pm in Sudbury, VT we have cold frontal passage. Temp is down 4 degrees since 5:24.
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  9. #209
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    Just arrived at Jay. Apocalyptic. I swear to god, there was 3 feet of snow in the woods at 1850' last Sunday. 80% gone.
    Pretty nice inversion 10F warmer at 1850' than in the Valley at 300'.

  10. #210
    Short summary.... In general, the natural snow trails and trees are pretty much toast until a foot or so of natural falls... Snowmaking trails with some resurfacing and grooming the next few days post freeze up, will be the name of the game....

    Let's hope the backside of today, plus the storm Tuesday/Wednesday get things going again... Until then, fire up the snow guns

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