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6 minutes ago, eyewall said:

I am at Bolton Valley and as of this post there was around 0.3" on the grass and rooftops at 2000 ft. Snowing steadily

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I'm posting everything in the storm thread and not NNE....you should post your findings over there.

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19 minutes ago, mreaves said:

Wind driven misery mist. That's always nice. 

We had a couple more heavy cells move thru here Mark once i got back from the show, At least the temps are dropping to more seasonable levels now so it feels more fall like, Greens, Dacks and Berks are looking quite wintry though................:snowman:

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I went past Bromley around 3 and there were a few mangled flakes in the air.  Came back over Rte 4 from Rutland past Killington around 7:40 or so.  There was snow below the gap level and it appeared to be covering cars but not the ground as far as I could tell.

 

38F here at the house.

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Well, accumulation has hit the 0.1” mark, so this will represent the first accumulating snow of the season.  It’s actually a few days behind average for first frozen precipitation (Oct 19th) but a few days ahead of average first accumulation snow (Oct 26th) according to my data.

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5 minutes ago, J.Spin said:

Well, accumulation has hit the 0.1” mark, so this will represent the first accumulating snow of the season.  It’s actually a few days behind average for first frozen precipitation (Oct 19th) but a few days ahead of average first accumulation snow (Oct 26th) according to my data.

Awesome!

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I see that there have been some evening updates to some of the BTV NWS maps – there’s a Winter Weather Advisory down in Southern Vermont now, and there’s an update to the projected accumulations map as of late this evening, although I think it’s the same as earlier with projected accumulations near the summits around here in 8-12” range.

 

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Event totals: 0.2” Snow/1.31” L.E.

 

I had time to do a snowboard clearing at midnight – it’s snowing pretty hard, but the temperature is still a bit above freezing so the accumulation is slow and the consistency is very slushy.

 

Details from the 12:00 A.M. Waterbury observations:

 

New Snow: 0.2 inches

New Liquid: 0.09 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 2.2

Snow Density: 45.0% H2O

Temperature: 33.4 F

Sky: Snow (1-10 mm flakes)

Snow at the stake: Trace

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Well that escalated quickly!  Everything but the rocks and stones look to be covered and it is snowing at a good clip!  Yeah first snow at the new house!,

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Event totals: 0.6” Snow/2.06” L.E.

 

There was definitely a solid shot of moisture over the past 6 hours because I found another 0.84” of liquid in the rain gauge, which was put into winter mode at midnight.  I’m not sure if accumulations reached any higher during the overnight, but the boards had 0.4” of very dense slush on them since they were cleared.  The mountains must have had at least an inch of liquid as snow out of this event based on what I saw down here.

 

Details from the 6:00 A.M. Waterbury observations:

 

New Snow: 0.4 inches

New Liquid: 0.32 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 1.3

Snow Density: 80.0% H2O

Temperature: 35.6 F

Sky: Light Snow (1-3 mm flakes)

Snow at the stake: 0.5 inches

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10 minutes ago, J.Spin said:

Event totals: 0.6” Snow/2.06” L.E.

 

There was definitely a solid shot of moisture over the past 6 hours because I found another 0.84” of liquid in the rain gauge, which was put into winter mode at midnight.  I’m not sure if accumulations reached any higher during the overnight, but the boards had 0.4” of very dense slush on them since they were cleared.  The mountains must have had at least an inch of liquid as snow out of this event based on what I saw down here.

 

Details from the 6:00 A.M. Waterbury observations:

 

New Snow: 0.4 inches

New Liquid: 0.32 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 1.3

Snow Density: 80.0% H2O

Temperature: 35.6 F

Sky: Light Snow (1-3 mm flakes)

Snow at the stake: 0.5 inches

Congrats on the the first measurable!

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50 minutes ago, Hitman said:

6" on the snowcam.  And more importantly, no drifting, so hopefully the siting issue is resolved.  Time lapse feature is awesome.

Yes very cool.

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Just too warm here, zero accumulation. Would have been a nice event maybe a month from now. Never got below 35F. Saw a report of just .50" SN in landgrove at 1850ft up in the greens.

Will take a drive in a bit to see where th snow line actually is.

 

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18 minutes ago, alex said:

Looks like the snow line is a bit lower on our side which is strange - I'm only at 1550. Was this synoptic or upslope? Surprised that wildcat got so little  

 

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Nice paste job! Good start to the season for you.

I don't know about know much about wildcat, seems like the highestest totals were on windward side of ranges which is where you are. Wildcat is on the SE side of the presidentials during NW flow events, maybe they downsloped a bit? Not sure.

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2 minutes ago, backedgeapproaching said:

Nice paste job! Good start to the season for you.

I don't know about know much about wildcat, seems like the highestest totals were on windward side of ranges which is where you are. Wildcat is on the SE side of the presidentials during NW flow events, maybe they downsloped a bit? Not sure.

Wildcat looked windblown. I bet they had more than a coating. MWN is 16F and blowing at 80kts..lol.

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Yes definitely does. As a past season skier at Wildcat, they don't do well in upslope compared to this side - they get an inch or two when BW gets 4-5. But this wasn't really upslope I don't think so I'd expect less shadowing

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35 minutes ago, backedgeapproaching said:

Waitsfield VT reported 7" new and 8"depth via cocorahs.  They are kind of near Jay, so they probably did pretty well.

Waitsfield is south of PF by 20-25 miles. 

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We had half an inch and everything was coated when fell asleep around 2 and it was still snowing at a good clip.  This morning I woke to find it had all melted.  There are a few mangled flakes in the air at the moment.  37f.

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totals

http://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=BUF&product=PNS&issuedby=BTV

 

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

NEW YORK

...CLINTON COUNTY...
   DANNEMORA              2.0   757 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA
   PERU                   2.0   921 AM 10/23  PUBLIC

...FRANKLIN COUNTY...
   1 W ST. REGIS FALLS    7.0   804 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA
   7 SW MALONE            6.0   549 AM 10/23  1370 FEET ELEVATION
   5 S WEST BANGOR        6.0   548 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA
   FRANKLIN FALLS         5.0   732 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   CHATEAUGAY             5.0   736 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA
   ST. REGIS              3.0   910 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   GABRIELS               3.0   820 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   TUPPER LAKE            2.0   904 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   BURKE                  1.5   812 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA

VERMONT

...ADDISON COUNTY...
   SOUTH STARKSBORO       7.5   748 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   STARKSBORO             7.0   741 AM 10/23  1400 FEET
   BRISTOL                2.0   844 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   LINCOLN                2.0  1109 PM 10/22  PUBLIC
   RIPTON                 2.0   820 AM 10/23  PUBLIC

...CALEDONIA COUNTY...
   WALDEN                 4.0   806 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA
   PEACHAM                3.0   727 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   DANVILLE               2.5   715 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   NEWARK                 2.0   714 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   2 S WHEELOCK           1.0   706 AM 10/23  COCORAHS
   GROTON                 1.0   608 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA

...CHITTENDEN COUNTY...
   BOLTON                 9.0   738 AM 10/23  SKI AREA
   UNDERHILL              5.0   809 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA
   HUNTINGTON             5.0   847 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   JERICHO                1.0   706 AM 10/23  PUBLIC

...ESSEX COUNTY...
   AVERILL                7.0   737 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   CANAAN                 4.0   827 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA
   LUNENBURG              1.0   810 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA

...FRANKLIN COUNTY...
   EAST ENOSBURG          7.0   815 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   BERKSHIRE              5.0   819 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   RICHFORD               3.1   757 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   FAIRFIELD              3.0   808 AM 10/23  A FEW TREES DOWN
   FAIRFAX                1.0   657 AM 10/23  PUBLIC

...LAMOILLE COUNTY...
   HYDE PARK              7.0   818 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   EDEN                   6.8   904 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   JEFFERSONVILLE         6.0   849 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   WOLCOTT                2.0   756 AM 10/23  PUBLIC

...ORANGE COUNTY...
   VERSHIRE               2.2   729 AM 10/23  PUBLIC

...ORLEANS COUNTY...
   HOLLAND                8.0   807 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA
   JAY                    6.0   806 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   MORGAN                 6.0   728 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   GREENSBORO             5.5   745 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   WESTFIELD              3.5   715 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   NEWPORT CENTER         3.5   737 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA
   BARTON                 3.2   857 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   EAST ALBANY            3.0   800 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA

...RUTLAND COUNTY...
   SHREWSBURY             3.0   710 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   EAST WALLINGFORD       2.5   807 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA

...WASHINGTON COUNTY...
   MIDDLESEX              5.0   708 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   WARREN                 5.0   802 AM 10/23  BROADCAST MEDIA
   PLAINFIELD             3.3   811 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   FAYSTON                2.0   655 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   DUXBURY                1.0   716 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   WORCESTER              0.7   739 AM 10/23  PUBLIC
   WATERBURY CENTER       0.5   651 AM 10/23  TRAINED SPOTTER

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