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NNE Fall Thread

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15 minutes ago, J.Spin said:

Snow started up around 8:15 A.M. at our site, with flakes in the 2-3 mm range.  The forecast is calling for 1-2” today with the low pressure passing through the Mid-Atlantic States into Southern New England.  The forecast also indicates the potential for additional snow tomorrow, with the sharp cold front coming through the area.

Nothing here in Montpelier yet.  

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Arrived late here but really nice snowy afternoon. 3.5" so far. Very Xmasy lol. 

The ski conditions are incredible. This would be good in February. While not officially open, some people are already skiing the glades! The ungroomed trails are in exceptional shape too. What a start...

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Event totals: 1.9” Snow/0.12” L.E.

 

The forecast for today was 1-2” with this current event, so I’d say we’ve hit that with some light snow continuing.  Projected accumulations for tomorrow are similar with the anticipated cold front.

 

Details from the 8:00 P.M. Waterbury observations:

New Snow: 1.9 inches

New Liquid: 0.12 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 15.8

Snow Density: 6.3% H2O

Temperature: 25.7 F

Sky:  Light Snow (2-8 mm flakes)

Snow at the stake: 6.5 inches

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5.6 inches here.  Beautiful evening with the snow sticking to everything and the moon out.  A nice night to shovel for 3 hours.

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Snow has picked up quite a bit in the past hour. Living up here has taught me to really enjoy the part after the storm. It's like a bonus round, usually light but long lasting, and it's not really well forecasted so you never really know what to expect. Reminds me of when I was a kid

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Event totals: 2.0” Snow/0.12” L.E.

 

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

New Snow: 0.1 inches

New Liquid: Trace

Temperature: 25.7 F

Sky:  Cloudy

Snow at the stake: 6.0 inches

 

The overnight snow should make the end of the effects of yesterday’s low pressure system.  Next up is the potential snow from the strong arctic cold front coming through the area.

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10 hours ago, alex said:

Snow has picked up quite a bit in the past hour. Living up here has taught me to really enjoy the part after the storm. It's like a bonus round, usually light but long lasting, and it's not really well forecasted so you never really know what to expect. Reminds me of when I was a kid

Chris just threw his keyboard.

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7 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Snowing nicely in Stowe... I like the look for at least 2-4" for the mountains today in various rounds of snow showers and squalls.

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Yes, sounds good.  I thought I’d posted maps in the thread earlier, but I guess I got distracted after putting together the message:

The BTV NWS has put out a Special Weather Statement for today’s potential snow due to it being a fairly significant holiday travel day.  Current maps are below.

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Somebody shook the snow globe here in St. Johnsbury.  Big ole flakes.

 

 

 

Meanwhile I notice BTV didn't issue totals from yesterday.

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Event totals: 1.7” Snow/0.12” L.E.

 

We were ski touring up at the mountain when that first round of squalls came through – visibility was down below 100 feet at times, so the snowfall rates must have been way up there.  I will say it was the kind of snowfall where you put your gear down for a few moments, and small stuff could be easily lost because of how fast it became covered.  I took observations once we were back at 2:00 P.M. and we’d picked up 1.7 inches of snow here at the house.

 

Details from the 2:00 P.M. Waterbury observations:

New Snow: 1.7 inches

New Liquid: 0.12 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 14.2

Snow Density: 7.1% H2O

Temperature: 32.4 F

Sky:  Heavy Snow (1-10 mm flakes)

Snow at the stake: 7.5 inches

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1 hour ago, Met1985 said:

Hey guys what webcams are up to that are good to observe the weather in NNE?

It depends on your interests, but when it comes to active winter weather, it’s hard to get much better than the cams in the mountains of NNE.  Below are some I have hot linked in my bookmarks bar, and some of the guys here in the NNE thread have their own as well if you want something outside from the resorts.  Bolton Valley’s cam has been particularly impressive now that they’ve turned it on for the season, it seems like they might have upgraded it.  It streams live in HD on Youtube – this morning we had it on our 70” screen, checking on the snowfall as we got ready for touring, watching the coming and going of the people skinning, seeing what mountain operations was up to, etc.  It’s above 2,000’ which is nice.  The Lincoln Peak Snow Cam at Sugarbush doesn’t stream live, but it’s up around 4,000’ is great for checking on the snow line/accumulation in conjunction with other cams.

http://www.boltonvalley.com/webcam

https://www.madriverglen.com/live-web-cam/

https://www.sugarbush.com/mountain/webcams/

https://www.stowe.com/the-mountain/mountain-conditions/mountain-cams.aspx

https://www.killington.com/the-mountain/webcams/mountain

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1 hour ago, J.Spin said:

It depends on your interests, but when it comes to active winter weather, it’s hard to get much better than the cams in the mountains of NNE.  Below are some I have hot linked in my bookmarks bar, and some of the guys here in the NNE thread have their own as well if you want something outside from the resorts.  Bolton Valley’s cam has been particularly impressive now that they’ve turned it on for the season, it seems like they might have upgraded it.  It streams live in HD on Youtube – this morning we had it on our 70” screen, checking on the snowfall as we got ready for touring, watching the coming and going of the people skinning, seeing what mountain operations was up to, etc.  It’s above 2,000’ which is nice.  The Lincoln Peak Snow Cam at Sugarbush doesn’t stream live, but it’s up around 4,000’ is great for checking on the snow line/accumulation in conjunction with other cams.

http://www.boltonvalley.com/webcam

https://www.madriverglen.com/live-web-cam/

https://www.sugarbush.com/mountain/webcams/

https://www.stowe.com/the-mountain/mountain-conditions/mountain-cams.aspx

https://www.killington.com/the-mountain/webcams/mountain

Very nice! Thank you J.Spin.

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Lots of snow showers/squalls today.   About 1.5" total.

Regarding webcams in NNE there are lots for Vermont but a real lack of ones for Northern NH White mountain region.  I live just south of the Whites and have cams.

www.bridgewaternh.com

Alex has a good cam at Bretton Woods.   http://1800cam.ddns.net:8155/stream.jpg    I wish there were better ones in the White Mountains.  Loon cams and Waterville cams are really lacking.  No cams that I know of just north of the White Mountains.

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Precipitation had generally tapered off here, but it really picked back up with some moderate snow as these later bands started pushing through:

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I don't like to go there but this may be a November to remember.

It's been snowing all afternoon and evening, in some manner.  Even here at 7pm.  Cold temps, persistent light snows that come in pulses like a wave lapping over a rock, wind chills nearing 0F. 

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Radar doesn't look impressive but it's still a wind-blown snow globe.  The Winooski Valley gap is showing up well in the echoes on radar.

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Event totals: 2.7” Snow/0.17” L.E.

 

Details from the 8:00 P.M. Waterbury observations:

New Snow: 1.0 inches

New Liquid: 0.05 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 20.0

Snow Density: 5.0% H2O

Temperature: 15.8 F

Sky:  Light Snow (1-4 mm flakes)

Snow at the stake: 8.0 inches

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Event totals: 3.6” Snow/0.24” L.E.

 

I was surprised to find that the precipitation was still rolling right along when I got up this morning, but been there’s a steady light snow out there that the BTV NWS says is from the continued northwest flow.  It’s not really visible on radar, but with the continuous snow it definitely feels like winter in the Northern Greens.

 

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

New Snow: 0.9 inches

New Liquid: 0.07 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 12.9

Snow Density: 7.8% H2O

Temperature: 5.2 F

Sky:  Light Snow (1-3 mm flakes)

Snow at the stake: 8.0 inches

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13 hours ago, borderwx said:

7” today

deep winter!

in November

Cocorahs report of 15.0" from Pittsburg, NH.  A very snowy spot for sure, but since no one else in NH reported even 4", not sure I believe that 15.

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