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    The Official 3/7 Storm Discussion Thread

    Totals just skyrocketed from Mass Pike north. It now looks like 6-8" from the pike to route 2 and possible a foot north of that! Unfortunately, the storm will start as some rain, but new freshies sounds like more than an equalizer.



    Also, another coastal storm is forecasted to strike Friday-Saturday.

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    I awoke during the night to the dreaded sound of rain pattering on the roof. It's a sound I like to hear off-season, but it's amazing how much less soothing the sound is when you're a skier and own an inn in ski country. I awoke expecting the worst, but the ground cover was still pretty thick and like you said, the storm predictions skyrocketed overnight. They're saying around a foot of new snow in the Mad River Valley. With any luck that will translate into 15" plus at Sugarbush and MRG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingM
    I awoke during the night to the dreaded sound of rain pattering on the roof. It's a sound I like to hear off-season, but it's amazing how much less soothing the sound is when you're a skier and own an inn in ski country. I awoke expecting the worst, but the ground cover was still pretty thick and like you said, the storm predictions skyrocketed overnight. They're saying around a foot of new snow in the Mad River Valley. With any luck that will translate into 15" plus at Sugarbush and MRG.
    A classic March Storm that's going to BOMB out in the Gulf of ME. This is just the beginning wait until Fri-Sat
    W.F.O

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    3-7 storm thread

    was raining here this morning, but has turned to snow!! They are predicting 5-10

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    Its snowing hard here in NW CT now!
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    From the look of the Intellicast 12 hour Java loop, it doesn't look like Northern NH and Western Maine saw much rain at all (Vermont got some). Any locals wanna give us the skinny on who saw rain and who didn't?
    I ski double black diamonds.

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    It's snowing sideways here in Northern Jersey right now....


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    It just started snowing in Woburn, MA (20 miles north of Boston). There was a bit of heavier NCP for a few hours.

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    Still NCP here in Boston.
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    Wow. This is one of the worst storms of the year. There isn't that much snow, but wow. Whiteout conditions, blizzard conditions, and about a 40 degree temp swing in the last 8 hours. All of the rain that fell earlier froze and all of that ice is under this wet, slushy snow that we're getting now. Winter storm warning, high wind warning, and wind chill advisory are all posted for tonight.

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