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    Tasty

    Days on the Snow:

    Pre 2011:~20 per year
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    2013-2014: 25
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    2015-2015: 17

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    I'll be in North Conway from Friday night 12/25 until Sunday 1/3.

    I just put my snow tires on yesterday. It's game time.
    2016-2017: 79 days
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  3. #13
    18z GFS thumps Central VT-Central NH. Nearly a foot verbatim for Killington-Waterville and south to Crotched and Mt Snow.

    Look if you dare.

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    If this scenario is the truth, go 6-10 inches for the area. Widespread 12+ is unrealistic for this type of system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Bulldog View Post
    18z GFS thumps Central VT-Central NH. Nearly a foot verbatim for Killington-Waterville and south to Ragged and Okemo.
    Whatever you're smoking you could at least share. 18Z GFS is a hot mess. Will leave just a pile of slush in it's wake.

    More importantly, it's way to early too start commenting on run-to-run variance in a specific operational model, especially on 06/18Z cycles.
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    2014-2015: 63 days
    2013-2014: 68 days

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    That 18z is a mess. No matter what, whether it is 5" or 15", this is just a base builder, concrete and ice. Not enough to really get things open.
    My couch might pull out but I send it.

  6. #16
    15" of base building cement would be a godsend.

    Putting the snow tires on Sunday.


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    Loon this weekend via Exit32

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  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by yeggous View Post
    Whatever you're smoking you could at least share. 18Z GFS is a hot mess. Will leave just a pile of slush in it's wake.

    More importantly, it's way to early too start commenting on run-to-run variance in a specific operational model, especially on 06/18Z cycles.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tin View Post
    That 18z is a mess. No matter what, whether it is 5" or 15", this is just a base builder, concrete and ice. Not enough to really get things open.
    Christ, don't kill the messenger! You guys are acting like we're coming off three 2 foot snowstorms within the last week and this will ruin it. Not acting like we've had the worst December in NE history. SNOW! Remember, SNOW!

    The earlier the better for this storm. Monday night arrival could mean we see the totals on that map. A Tuesday @ noon arrival would bring nothing but ice holds and downed power lines.

    I'm hoping the snow line ticks south to I-84 in CT. I'm hoping to teach this first weekend of January!
    2019-2020 0 days and holding...
    "Skiing is the closest you'll get to flying without leaving the ground." -snowmonster

  9. #19

    First call for Dec 29/30, Tue/Wed 2015

    Several of my sources are of a growing consensus that we may see a measurable amount of heavy, wet snow during this period. That will be followed by one day of warm up, then it gets cool again for the snow makers to wind up.

    Way too early for any details on the exact timing or how much, but it seems clear it will cover the whole region.
    Sent from my TACPOD (Tactical Airborne Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence Pod) using Satellite TADIL J Alternate Gateway Controller (Alternate STGC) via Blackjack

  10. #20
    Moved

    Seriously Bill. Before making a "First Call", take a look at the forums.

    This was already being discussed. It was one of the very first weather threads in the subforum.

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