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    Quote Originally Posted by urungus View Post
    Forecast for where?
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  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    This might be one of those times where I make a Go/No-go decision on Friday after the 12z runs.
    Agreed here.

    Likely making mine Saturday. Already in NH Saturday for some boot fitting, so I'll be deciding whether to just drive back home for a weekend or keep going for some skiing.

  3. #23
    Forecasted snow totals have dropped in the last couple of hours in the Whites and Southern Vt. but are holding strong in Northern Vt.

  4. #24
    Ski Jiminy Peak tomorrow afternoon...probably 10am-6pm shift and enjoy the new snow. Then slog up to Turn of River Lodge Tuesday evening and ski Killington Wednesday.

    Yes, you read that right...twisty MA/VT backroads as the storm rapidly intensifies. I'm crazy and accept it.
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  5. #25
    josh fox says the outlook for MRG this weekend improved a bit overnight. i think i will wait until the Wednesday model runs to be either optimistic or pessimistic. i am heading up to sugarbush for the weekend. crossing my fingers.....
    gladerider

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    Quote Originally Posted by gladerider View Post
    josh fox says the outlook for MRG this weekend improved a bit overnight. i think i will wait until the Wednesday model runs to be either optimistic or pessimistic. i am heading up to sugarbush for the weekend. crossing my fingers.....
    Not saying he's wrong in this case as it has improved some, but be cautious of that guy's holiday weekend forecasts.

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  7. #27
    Things are looking better for Friday. It's trending cooler with lower precip amounts...and moving out quicker. Right now, NWS Albany has the changeover line just south of the Southern Greens. Tentatively good for the ski areas. And should be all wrapped up by the time the masses get to the lifts on Saturday AM.
    SoVT

  8. #28
    OK - booked a room in Manchester. If Friday is no rain, finally will get to Magic Mountain!

    If weather is poor, we'll ski Okemo or Broomley Saturday for the snow making and grooming, and maybe Mt. Snow on the way home sunday.

    Yeehaw....

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    If the Mt Mansfield report is right..crazy winds Friday..might be stuck on the triple for a while...
    Lets go!
    I'll drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingslug View Post
    If the Mt Mansfield report is right..crazy winds Friday..might be stuck on the triple for a while...
    I saw 100MPH on mountain forecast overnight friday. Crazy.

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