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Possible big snow for the north this weekend

SIKSKIER

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Tim Kelly at NECN is predicting possible 10-20 inch snow in northern Vermont,NH,and Maine Saturday night,especially at higher elavations.Keep an eye on this one.Unfortuanately for you southern ski areas you could be getting heavy r**n.
 

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I've been hearing the same from a couple different sources. I'm thinking of heading up to Jay tomorrow night to get the goods on Sunday. I have 2 passes, just need to find a partner...
 

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I've been hearing the same from a couple different sources. I'm thinking of heading up to Jay tomorrow night to get the goods on Sunday. I have 2 passes, just need to find a partner...

...if only I weren't in friggin' NC...!


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drjeff

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Its likely all about latitude and elevation! And this snow where it falls isn't going to be blower quality powder!! Mandatory fat skis for slaying it!!
 

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point forecast from NWS at 3000' has SB getting 12-18".
 

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〽❄❅;835070 said:
The Weather Channel is showing those amounts for the far northern reaches bordering Canada. Jay Peak could make out ok, doesn't look so good for SugarBush.
mountain-forecast for Lincoln Peak at 3,900' is calling for 6 inches Sat night into Sun, no r^*n.
 
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Smugglers, Stowe, Jay Peak areas are hot. Sugarbush could get some due to elevation. More south mountains it is a prayer and some cold or rubber ducky outfits for the brave.
 

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All I can say is it rained pretty hard this afternoon from K south. Wasn't up north so I have no idea what happened up there. Was 38 degree's at around noon in the K parking when I left. Absolutely poured while I was driving south from Rutland down to around Jiminy Peak then it lightened up south of there. They did pick up an inch or two of slop this morning & it didn't start raining hard until around the time I left. I had a pretty decent morning session. Just FYI.
 

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All I can say is it rained pretty hard this afternoon from K south. Wasn't up north so I have no idea what happened up there. Was 38 degree's at around noon in the K parking when I left. Absolutely poured while I was driving south from Rutland down to around Jiminy Peak then it lightened up south of there. Just FYI.

Additional 1st-hand reports would be appreciate. Anyone near Smuggs/Stowe or Jay Peak?
 

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Lots of rain in the forecast this am. Hopefully elevation will help the far northern resorts pick up some snow.

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