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NNE Winter Thread

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30 minutes ago, alex said:

Great pictures!

Thank you! It was long flight to get out there but worth it :)

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Ugh, yellow coloring on the advisories map?  Something tells me that’s a sketchy situation, and, it’s probably not going to get us any snow.  Actually, I just got a text alert that there was a Tornado Watch in the area, and I guess that’s it.  I don’t know if I’ve ever been in one of those before or see that color on our advisory maps, but it’s possible I just missed it before the text alerts were around.

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I was just up looking at the 5-6 foot snowpack on the upper Toll Road of Mansfield when my phone went off with a Tornado Watch.  

Never had that before while skiing.

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32 minutes ago, alex said:

One of the last patches of natural snow in my yard. Gone soon!

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Any idea what the snow depth situation is like on the cog railway side of washington.

 

Cog base is 2400' was wondering . 

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57 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

I was just up looking at the 5-6 foot snowpack on the upper Toll Road of Mansfield when my phone went off with a Tornado Watch.  

Never had that before while skiing.

Burlington is on the eastern edge of the Moderate Risk. That is the first time I ever remember a Moderate being issued for this area since I have been here. 

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Not really sure, haven't been up there in a while... my guess is the trails are still going to be messy since they are quite shaded (even if it's the south side of the mountain). I assume that's what you're thinking about? 

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Bagged on tomorrow on Washington due to forecasted winds tomorrow. Tuesday at Killington may have been my last ski day of season. The rest of month does not line up well.

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It is absolutely crazy to me that temperatures around 50F feel chilly now.  But what a day.  Love this weather, puffy Cu and high of 70F in the afternoon.

Decoupling up here in the bottom of the mountain valleys.  ASOS dropping into the upper 40s at MVL/BML/HIE.

Crazy differences locally.  Radiating out in the open-field valley airfields with MVL with 49/42, while it is 64/37 and well mixed at MPV on the hilltop.

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Is it time to start a Spring thread yet? Anyway the lake is flooding the King St. Dock and the breakwall is almost completely underwater. It will be interesting to see where it crests.

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Looks like the lake level was starting to back off this afternoon. Anyway here are some pics from last evening which was amazing weatherwise:
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11 minutes ago, eyewall said:

Looks like the lake level was starting to back off this afternoon. Anyway here are some pics from last evening which was amazing weatherwise:
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Great pics! Pretty cool to see almost the entire north east leading out at the same time. Your not much further behind then down here on Long Island 

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2 hours ago, eyewall said:

Looks like the lake level was starting to back off this afternoon. Anyway here are some pics from last evening which was amazing weatherwise:
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That's a phenomenal shot.  Print that one.  So peaceful.

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3rd day in a row skiing and still got 5 days in this week to start off May.

It isn't even about the skiing anymore, but when you live down the road and have the option of going to the gym and working out inside for an hour or skinning up the mountain (around an hour of effort for 2,000 vertical feet)... the skiing wins.  At least with that workout you get to enjoy the ski down.

Think of it like the local YMCA, ha.

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12 hours ago, powderfreak said:

It isn't even about the skiing anymore, but when you live down the road and have the option of going to the gym and working out inside for an hour or skinning up the mountain (around an hour of effort for 2,000 vertical feet)... the skiing wins.  At least with that workout you get to enjoy the ski down.

Think of it like the local YMCA, ha.

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