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    Nice! I'll be at Jay starting on Sunday so every...

    Nice! I'll be at Jay starting on Sunday so every hour spent with frozen precip is gonna be critical for the conditions. Has it flipped to flakes yet?
  2. This deep snowpack will do a work in keeping a...

    This deep snowpack will do a work in keeping a warm front south of NNE in a potential rainer, but if next weekend comes in as amped as currently modeled, New England, save for possibly Northern...
  3. Here comes the west trend. Absolute bombs on...

    Here comes the west trend. Absolute bombs on guidance too. Ensemble members are dropping below an unheard of 950mb SLP. That would be a record for an extratropical cyclone in this region.
  4. Storm keeps on showing up, but much farther east....

    Storm keeps on showing up, but much farther east. The mid level evolution shows that today's solutions are not far from a hit, and small H5 improvements would lead to a much faster phase that would...
  5. The storm will be a juicy Gulf slow that splits...

    The storm will be a juicy Gulf slow that splits into two parts. We are looking for the developing storm to split earlier rather than later. Once the split occurs, the low will race north and develop...
  6. Current Arctic Pattern: Possible Relaxation and Storm on 1/4

    It's damn cold out there. Arctic air coming straight from north of Baffin Island is the currently locked in thanks to a +NAO and a variety of Pacific indices. The duration and intensity of the arctic...
  7. "Patterns": A senior project on Meterology and the Future of Eastern Skiing

    In addition, here is the trailer I made.


    https://vimeo.com/169901053

    The videos are embedded via browser but show up as a link on the app fwiw
  8. "Patterns": A senior project on Meterology and the Future of Eastern Skiing

    Hey all,

    If anyone wants to take a brief look back at winter and skiing, hear me out! I just completed my senior year at Milton Academy in Milton. MA and spent the month of May working on my...
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    Yellowstone Club/Big Sky: 3/15-3/20

    Yes Blizzard of Ahhhhs Scot Schmidt. Apparently you can arrange to ski with him. Our group leader managed to pull some strings to set up an afternoon with him at YC.

    We got in because the guy who...
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    Great view of the YC from the traverse below Dude...

    Great view of the YC from the traverse below Dude Park heading toward the Shedhorn Lift
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    Lenin, Marx and the Dictator Chutes from Shedhorn (Fantastic snow in Castro's which is on the far left)...
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    Yellowstone Club/Big Sky: 3/15-3/20

    Some pics:

    Steins Chute at YC.
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    Steins is arguably the best run on the mountain.It has a tight drop-in, lined with a 5-15 foot cornice depending where you start. Being the aggressive...
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    Challenger was actually broken down. They are...

    Challenger was actually broken down. They are replacing it at the end of the season with a quad I believe. Fantastic snow conditions!

    I'll post the report soon.
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    It will be, don't worry!

    It will be, don't worry!
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    Yellowstone Club/Big Sky: 3/15-3/20

    Getting the opportunity of a lifetime to shred the Yellowstone Club and Big Sky --including a day with Scot Schmidt on the 17th--so I will be sure to post pics and reports here.

    So stoked!
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    Really marginal set up for this one. That is one...

    Really marginal set up for this one. That is one potent trough rounding the bend but two factors are against locking this one in as a complete New England snowbomb which tracks over the Cape Cod...
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    Hey all, haven't looked to see if this has been...

    Hey all, haven't looked to see if this has been discussed but Open Snow.com has added a new blogger for New England and his first post was impressive. I would check it out!

    Don't know much about...
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    I'm liking what I'm seeing for 11/24. A few...

    I'm liking what I'm seeing for 11/24. A few months out and a little uncertainty here but looks good.
  18. This is your storm man! Congrats! You've been...

    This is your storm man! Congrats! You've been pining for a Pocono's jackpot and it will be stunning if Lucy pulls the football somehow.
  19. The NAM may be an idiot, but it may have scored a...

    The NAM may be an idiot, but it may have scored a coup with the north trend. Slash those totals by 1/3 and the NAM is sitting pretty.
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    Tropical Tidbits.com is a free site which you can...

    Tropical Tidbits.com is a free site which you can access the GFS, NAM, RGEM and even some EURO products on. If you want to know more about the models I would check it out!
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    This storm has been especially finicky. This...

    This storm has been especially finicky. This winter as a whole perhaps may be more difficult to track than normal. El Nino patterns always have so much going on that if one thing goes wrong, down...
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    oops, accidentally sent twice

    oops, accidentally sent twice
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    What.... Holy s*** The NAM overamped? Never:roll:...

    What.... Holy s*** The NAM overamped? Never:roll:

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    Actually wow the EURO says paste job for NH

    Actually wow the EURO says paste job for NH
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    Ticks to the NW. Better for Maine, but still a...

    Ticks to the NW. Better for Maine, but still a light event for NH.
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