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4 minutes ago, wxeyeNH said:

57/57F light rain

Probably the largest temperature gradient I have ever seen on my hill.

38F at the bottom and 63F at the top.  Distance about 3/4 mile.

Snow melting very fast right now

 

Yeah Gene that's crazy.  Even here starting to get some wide variations...like 37F at 650ft and 50F at 850ft.  Thats 13F in 200ft but not quite to your level.

Looks like 4-5" of snow on the ground at home and dense ground fog as we try to avoid the warm sector on the valley floor.

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7 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Screen door is open. Crazy.

I find it a bit humid, however, save on the heat a bit, dogs are at the window "sniffing", who would have thought at this hour still!

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What a crappy night. Other than the weather , my wife got transported to hospital for severe lower abdomen pain with chills. Getting CT scan. Suspecting diverticulitis. Meanwhile my mother in law also went to hospital for possibly pneumonia. Wth

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1 hour ago, CoastalWx said:

Good....good. Soon we’ll all be on the same playing field. 

lol I know you're joking but it is funny how that can manifest over time.  There is a small pleasure in melting others snow if we are getting screwed by Nature.  I think in 2014 it was cutter, suppression, cutter, suppression (Tamarack and I had more inches of rain than snow for like 3 weeks in January) while PHL, NYC, BOS got Warning events in between.  After a while, start to enjoy the cutters when you've got nothing to lose but others do, lol.  

I've always liked Ray's honesty in that way...he's got no use for someone else to see snow if he can't.  It's refreshing because there is likely a bit of that in everyone here :lol:.

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Just now, Lava Rock said:

What a crappy night. Other than the weather , my wife got transported to hospital for severe lower abdomen pain with chills. Getting CT scan. Suspecting diverticulitis. Meanwhile my mother in law also went to hospital for possibly pneumonia. Wth

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Damn dude.  Hope your wife is ok.  Best of luck with the CT scan results.

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5 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

What a crappy night. Other than the weather , my wife got transported to hospital for severe lower abdomen pain with chills. Getting CT scan. Suspecting diverticulitis. Meanwhile my mother in law also went to hospital for possibly pneumonia. Wth

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Jesus man. I hope it all works out. Thinking of you guys. 

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6 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

What a crappy night. Other than the weather , my wife got transported to hospital for severe lower abdomen pain with chills. Getting CT scan. Suspecting diverticulitis. Meanwhile my mother in law also went to hospital for possibly pneumonia. Wth

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Really sorry to hear that. I hope everything goes well and they see a quick recovery. 

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5 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

lol I know you're joking but it is funny how that can manifest over time.  There is a small pleasure in melting others snow if we are getting screwed by Nature.  I think in 2014 it was cutter, suppression, cutter, suppression (Tamarack and I had more inches of rain than snow for like 3 weeks in January) while PHL, NYC, BOS got Warning events in between.  After a while, start to enjoy the cutters when you've got nothing to lose but others do, lol.  

I've always liked Ray's honesty in that way...he's got no use for someone else to see snow if he can't.  It's refreshing because there is likely a bit of that in everyone here :lol:.

I’m kidding. I do see Ray’s point but then I feel  bad about seeing snow disappear for people.  You guys will be fine. Crazy differences in elevation. 

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23 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

I’m kidding. I do see Ray’s point but then I feel  bad about seeing snow disappear for people.  You guys will be fine. Crazy differences in elevation. 

Ha, yeah I know you're joking...but the misery loves company phrase isn't entirely untrue.  Applies to a lot of facets of life sometimes.  This could get real off topic though.

Anyway, there's some sort of slurping noise going on out there...Mother Nature is drinking my snowpack through a straw at this point.

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42 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

What a crappy night. Other than the weather , my wife got transported to hospital for severe lower abdomen pain with chills. Getting CT scan. Suspecting diverticulitis. Meanwhile my mother in law also went to hospital for possibly pneumonia. Wth

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Best of luck to you all. 

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Just crazy.  I live right next to the golf course near where the 42F is...and about a mile away and one road over its 52F.IMG_1629.PNG.f09866576eee232c676bdf3adea3b94b.PNG

MVL still holding at 42F and the PWS next to the airport is 41F.  

1,500ft is 54F.

Not sure I can remember such wide variations in temps.  There's still one PWS that is 36F by the river in the lowest part of town too!  

Wonder if the best snow cover left in town will be along the low river drainages, while the elevated fields are bare.

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56 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

What a crappy night. Other than the weather , my wife got transported to hospital for severe lower abdomen pain with chills. Getting CT scan. Suspecting diverticulitis. Meanwhile my mother in law also went to hospital for possibly pneumonia. Wth

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Prayers bud, Hope everything works out.

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56 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

lol I know you're joking but it is funny how that can manifest over time.  There is a small pleasure in melting others snow if we are getting screwed by Nature.  I think in 2014 it was cutter, suppression, cutter, suppression (Tamarack and I had more inches of rain than snow for like 3 weeks in January) while PHL, NYC, BOS got Warning events in between.  After a while, start to enjoy the cutters when you've got nothing to lose but others do, lol.  

I've always liked Ray's honesty in that way...he's got no use for someone else to see snow if he can't.  It's refreshing because there is likely a bit of that in everyone here :lol:.

Never understood any of this snow envy , melt it if I can't have it stuff. 

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51 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

What a crappy night. Other than the weather , my wife got transported to hospital for severe lower abdomen pain with chills. Getting CT scan. Suspecting diverticulitis. Meanwhile my mother in law also went to hospital for possibly pneumonia. Wth

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Hopefully it isn't gall stone pancreatitis. The pain from that is almost unbearable. When they took me to the hospital with that at my somewhat advanced age in my mind I thought i was heading for the last roundup.

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32 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Ha, yeah I know you're joking...but the misery loves company phrase isn't entirely untrue.  Applies to a lot of facets of life sometimes.  This could get real off topic though.

Anyway, there's some sort of slurping noise going on out there...Mother Nature is drinking my snowpack through a straw at this point.

The noise at the bottom of a Pico is really weird.  It almost sounds like snowmaking air blowing through pipes. And then there is the constant loud crashes of snow unloading off the roofs.  I’ve only heard the unloading this bad once.  When we woke up that morning like 3 feet of snow was gone and the trails were almost bare.  

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