10-15 Inches at Jay Peak?!

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    10-15 Inches at Jay Peak?!

    Just saw a Facebook post from Jay Peak claiming 10-15 inches on the upper mountain this weekend.

    Hogwash? Or time to Hike?


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    and so the debate starts whether it counts towards their season total

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huck_It_Baby View Post
    Just saw a Facebook post from Jay Peak claiming 10-15 inches on the upper mountain this weekend.

    Hogwash? Or time to Hike?
    The actual forecasts are calling for twice as much snow at Killington vs. Jay Peak, so maybe Killington will get 20-30".........??????


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    If Killington were Wildcat, they'd spin lifts

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadheadskier View Post
    If Killington were Wildcat, they'd spin lifts
    And then they'd promptly pput them on wind hold.

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    SR will probably get 10 inches of NCP. Oh well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highway Star View Post
    The actual forecasts are calling for twice as much snow at Killington vs. Jay Peak, so maybe Killington will get 20-30".........??????


    Really? Can you post a link to these forecasts?

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