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Feb 5 - Rainer w/ some snow in NNE

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Skied Killington today.  Fresh snow was great!  They had about 5" by 4PM with snow still coming down pretty heavily.  I'm guessing they'll add several more inches by morning.  On the drive home, snow mixed with rain about 10 miles north of Brattleboro around 7PM.  It was pretty much all rain by the MA border. 

Looks like it could be a great week for ski areas.

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The first, quick stick out the backdoor measurement was about 6.5" with a bit of a crust at the top.

 

 

Edit: closer to 6.0 after a few measurements.

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Winter Wonderland.  About 4.5-5" of paste at home and now up to at least 6" at 1,500ft and it is crushing.

1" in past 30 minutes at the office this morning.  Beautiful choking heavy snow with the cold front.

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7 hours ago, backedgeapproaching said:

Whoa, 14" reported not to far from me in Landgrove VT at 1800ft.  

Had about 7" here, but turned to 33F rain for a the past few hours 

Some unconfirmed reports of 12-18" in the Okemo/Killington area per friends.

 

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9 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Some unconfirmed reports of 12-18" in the Okemo/Killington area per friends.

 

Nice.  We managed enough front-end snow that there's still snow on the car and a few inches of new/old remain on everything else.  Should be a bit of an adventure walking out when the temp drops below freezing.

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I gotta put the trail cam out in my back yard again.  Lots of very intriguing tracks in the inch or so of wet slushy with crust on top.  

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