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    Wildcat needs to crank up the snowmaking/natural snow bad in order to do their usual spring thing. It was a skating rink there today even though it hit 46 degrees at the base before 10am. I was hoping for some soft turns but it was all base and no snow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edd View Post
    Wildcat needs to crank up the snowmaking/natural snow bad in order to do their usual spring thing. It was a skating rink there today even though it hit 46 degrees at the base before 10am. I was hoping for some soft turns but it was all base and no snow.

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    Their snow report claims they plan to crank it up on Lynx and then Polecat at least.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ss20 View Post
    By the end of next week every region in the NE (From the Poconos to eastern Canada) should pick up 6in-12in give or take. Meanwhile, CO, UT, Tahoe, Jackson, Taos, Big Sky, etc all go dry. Sustained cold will put snowmakers out in full force. I still believe we'll see a turnaround, and soon.

    Perfect, I leave for Taos end of next week.
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  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckstah View Post
    4-8 inches tonight in the flatlands near Boston according to the local news. WTF? May have to drive south and make a few turns at Blue Hills tomorrow night. So sad.
    I live 6 miles from Blue. Bring an extra set of legs! This is some seriously heavy snow, perfect base building quality. Just too south and too late.

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    Killington season total snowfall 33".

    Brooklyn, NY season total snowfall 35".

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    Wish the western mountains(SL & SR) would've gotten the 10"+ that we in the eastern portion of the state got yesterday...plus the potential added accumulation that early next week's coastal store is forcasted to bring.
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