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Saturday: Redeveloping clipper

Boston Bulldog

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Lets reeeeeel this one in. Pretty obvious west trend on this, but as of right now its congrats ME.

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FYI, the upslope machine will be cranking in the Greens this weekend as well.
 

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Ugh, sorry that I can't make the picture bigger. Right now 4-8 inches looks good for Whites, Maine. Less in the Greens, but upslope should make up for that.
 

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Congrats SR, meh for everyone else (1-4 inches).

Turn our hopes to Tuesday before the warm up begins.
 

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My local app us calling for 3 to 6 tomorrow locally ?

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If the GFS is right, you could be pushing double digits. Jesus, 2-3 feet in Washington County ME. Too bad I'm in NYC for this (No skiing for me this weekend:angry:)

If this thing wraps up any more, 4+ amounts could come into question for Southern/Central ski area. SR is looking like 6+ right now.
 
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xwhaler

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Local Tv WMUR NH calling for 4-8" seacoast NH. I'm not even cleaned yet up from yesterday's event!

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BenedictGomez

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Razor thin cutoffs projected on this due to expected path.

 
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