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Mercurial

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KGPI
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Whitefish Mountain, MT, elev. 4600 ft
  • Interests
    Snow
  1. Mountain West Discussion

    They're both in the same valley, but Bozeman-MSU is tucked at the southeastern corner of the valley against the Gallatin and Bridger mountains, whereas Gallatin Field is located in the middle of the valley about 400 feet lower than MSU, and is actually in an entirely different town with a way drier microclimate. So, it's legit. I used to live in Bozeman, they have super sharp microclimates around that valley.
  2. DCA: +0.8 NYC: +0.4 BOS: +0.6 ORD: +2.4 ATL: +1.1 IAH: +1.5 DEN: +2.0 PHX: +2.4 SEA: +2.5
  3. Public Service Announcement - Please Read

    Fwiw I still think this is one of the better subforums here. I stop by periodically to read the LR threads, although as a Westerner, I love me a nasty SE ridge, so I won't be actively posting in them :).
  4. looks fun DCA -0.5 NYC -0.9 BOS -1.5 ORD -2.4 ATL -2.0 IAH -1.2 DEN +2.5 PHX +3.2 SEA +1.7
  5. Mountain West Discussion

    ka ching We've done a great job of making lemonade from lemons this winter. Snowpack is a little lacking in northern MT east of the divide, but otherwise we're in good shape and AFAIK most terminals will finish the month with BN temps.
  6. Mountain West Discussion

    Some areas around GNP including Essex picked up 40". Got 18" here. About two feet of snowpack now.
  7. Mountain West Discussion

    HEEEEEHEEEEEE
  8. Mountain West Discussion

    Man the 12z gfs op looks like total crapola. Worst model run of my life. Lol.
  9. Mountain West Discussion

    Certain other subforums would have multiple tracking threads with thousands of posts to track 1" of snow. Not us, nuh uh. We're the Rockies, we're a snow region
  10. Mountain West Discussion

    Day 6 is the new Day 15. Such terrible model consistency in the LR lately.
  11. Mountain West Discussion

    We broke the scale lol... good ol' 384hr gfs
  12. Mountain West Discussion

    00z op GFS is pretty cold at hour 384 lol.
  13. Mountain West Discussion

    I did see a sundog today. Lasted for several hours actually, as the fog was just barely starting to break up at the Big Mountain base area. Big Mountain (the local ski resort here, a.k.a. Whitefish Mtn) usually has a persistant fog layer toward the bottom or middle portion of the mountain, especially when we ridge.
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