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  1. #191
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    Correct I would not recommend using it for precipitation forecast but the temperature gradiant by elevation, and I noted you have to cross reference. Precipitation makes no difference when planning snowmaking windows. Temperature, humidity and wind data are king.

  2. #192
    Quote Originally Posted by WJenness View Post
    Opening day Terrain Summary:
    SR: 1 Lift, 2 Trails, 12 Acres
    K:2 Lifts, 2 Trails, 5 Acres
    Wow that is funny to look at. Wolf creek has 960 acres open with 4 lofts but opened on the 13th with 3 lifts a shit load of trails and over 400 acres with no ropes.

    A Basin opened with 28 acres while Loveland opened with 40 acres. Both WROD like SR and K. Wait time in lift line about 15 minutes yesterday as A Basin. The wait for our mugs about 3 hours.



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    2013-2014 (36)
    2014-2015 (51)
    2015-2016 (47)

    2016-2017 target - 50

    If you take what the mountain gives you, you will always have fun!

  3. #193
    Quote Originally Posted by dlague View Post
    Wow that is funny to look at. Wolf creek has 960 acres open with 4 lofts but opened on the 13th with 3 lifts a shit load of trails and over 400 acres with no ropes.

    A Basin opened with 28 acres while Loveland opened with 40 acres. Both WROD like SR and K. Wait time in lift line about 15 minutes yesterday as A Basin. The wait for our mugs about 3 hours.



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    A Basin view from yesterdau12604.jpg

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    2012-2013 (39)
    2013-2014 (36)
    2014-2015 (51)
    2015-2016 (47)

    2016-2017 target - 50

    If you take what the mountain gives you, you will always have fun!

  4. #194
    re: weather forecasts, almost all "graphical" forecasts, including NWS, use the GFS model. I think the various mountain forecasts based on elevation are suspect. Use with caution.

    2017/18 = 37
    2016/17 = 31
    2015/16 = Depressing
    2014/15 = 28
    2013/14 = 27

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