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Long Range Possibility

BodeMiller1

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Bow N.H.
No need for a map. All ski areas in New England will get from 4 to 17 inches of snow.

Pats Peak 12'

Killington 10'

Sunapee 15"

Sunday River 5"

Sugar Loaf 8"

Loon 10"

Cannon 10"

Hopefully it turns to rain at the very end to make sure the snow sticks to the slopes. Could be running the snowcats on the steep stuff during the storm. Snow is great, snow where it is skiable is more betterer.

And the beat goes on...
 

Abubob

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Apr 9, 2010
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Location
Alexandria, NH
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Firmly entrenched in a 7 day pattern. Monday looks a bit lie wet snow Next Wednesday starts off good up doesn’t end so well. Let’s hope it moves a little to the east.

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eatskisleep

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Dec 23, 2003
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Looking like some extreme bitter cold coming Friday night. -25 in Noco with -53 windchill. Still early, but might be a good weekend to stay warm!
 
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