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NNE Cold Season Thread

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2 hours ago, #NoPoles said:

Pretty decent plow pile

Lol yea that was what I was looking at, lots of Turkeys around our woods too.

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2 hours ago, alex said:

A cloudy but awesome ski day. The little pink thing is my 3 year old daughter on a black diamond. 

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That's one lucky awesome kid. I wish I grew up on a mountain some times. 

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Just now, Ginx snewx said:

6z Euro 

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I’ve been watching this the past few days, Been out riding, 3-5” looks like a lock for my area, Figured I’d post it in here seeing it only affects a few of us on the board and not much mention because of it.

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21 hours ago, J.Spin said:

...it looks like we’ve got a chance for a bit of snow today into tomorrow, and then a slightly larger system in the Tuesday timeframe.

Event totals: 0.7” Snow/0.02” L.E.

 

This first event has always been shown as fairly weak in the modeling, but when I heard the plow go by this morning I assumed we’d picked up something.  I found 0.7” of fluffy snow on the boards, and the BTV NWS forecast discussion assigned it to a weak cold front traversing the area.  I’m not sure exactly when the snow fell, but I could tell that the accumulation had settled a bit from what it had initially been – the overall surface still had the subtle ridges and valleys that come from irregular accumulations or larger flakes and flake clusters, but it had the smoothed over look in the way that initially dendritic accumulations settle down.

 

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

New Snow: 0.7 inches

New Liquid: 0.02 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 35.0

Snow Density: 2.9% H2O

Temperature: 22.5 F

Sky:  Partly Cloudy

Snow at the stake: 15.5 inches

 

The next system is still expected to affect the area in the Tuesday/Wednesday time period, with 2-4” in the point forecast here.  Beyond that through the weekend, the BTV NWS says to watch for a couple of upper level shortwaves traversing overhead, but in general the weather will be quieter.

 

My records indicate that we’ve just passed the two-thirds point in the snowfall season, so at this point we’ve got roughly a third of the way to go on average.  A check on seasonal snowfall here shows the mean for today at 106.3”, and we’re just a bit behind that pace at 104.4” with this morning’s snow included in the total.

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4” wouldn’t be too bad. I’ll be able to try out the new blower skids. It looks a lot like last week’s system...just gotta get the QPF to verify. 

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7 minutes ago, dendrite said:

4” wouldn’t be too bad. I’ll be able to try out the new blower skids. It looks a lot like last week’s system...just gotta get the QPF to verify. 

Ground too warm, ratios, temps.

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14 hours ago, #NoPoles said:

Pretty decent plow pile

 

11 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

Lol yea that was what I was looking at, lots of Turkeys around our woods too.

They aight all things considered. The bigger pile is by the birds. We don’t melt a lot of snow on the north side of the hill. They get pretty high in AN winters.

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I like 3-5" for this one, Looks like a good 6hrs of decent rates as modeled, Start time around 21z tues looks to be over by 10z or so Weds so the bulk falls overnight.

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Put 98 miles on yesterday riding local and for what snow there was, It wasn't to bad, We headed NW of here thru Turner, Buckfield, Canton and Jay area then back thru Livermore, Leeds, Greene and Lewiston, So whatever falls tomorrow will add to what we already have out there.

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45 minutes ago, dendrite said:

 

They aight all things considered. The bigger pile is by the birds. We don’t melt a lot of snow on the north side of the hill. They get pretty high in AN winters.

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I had to stay home Saturday because one of our dogs tore his ACL but my wife had a great time at the ice castle and Woodstock Brewery.  Sent me a bunch of pics,decent snow cover. Another 4 to 6 there and ski areas. Great vacation week for many.

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1 hour ago, Ginx snewx said:

I had to stay home Saturday because one of our dogs tore his ACL but my wife had a great time at the ice castle and Woodstock Brewery.  Sent me a bunch of pics,decent snow cover. Another 4 to 6 there and ski areas. Great vacation week for many.

Damn it, I wish you were up here,  I would have met you for dinner or something

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4 hours ago, dryslot said:

Put 98 miles on yesterday riding local and for what snow there was, It wasn't to bad, We headed NW of here thru Turner, Buckfield, Canton and Jay area then back thru Livermore, Leeds, Greene and Lewiston, So whatever falls tomorrow will add to what we already have out there.

Lots of sled traffic this weekend on the club trail thru our woodlot.   16" a the stake so a bit thin for good grooming.  Snowshoeing with our Dudley Lab was excellent - at least something good came from the sleet fest 10 days ago.

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1 minute ago, tamarack said:

Lots of sled traffic this weekend on the club trail thru our woodlot.   16" a the stake so a bit thin for good grooming. 

Looks like an excellent EURO run for the next week and a half for you guys

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7 hours ago, dryslot said:

Put 98 miles on yesterday riding local and for what snow there was, It wasn't to bad, We headed NW of here thru Turner, Buckfield, Canton and Jay area then back thru Livermore, Leeds, Greene and Lewiston, So whatever falls tomorrow will add to what we already have out there.

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Nice. Did 105 Saturday and 91 yesterday. Got to get it while you can. 

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The first flakes I saw this morning at the house in Waterbury appeared around 7:15 A.M. or so, and it was certainly picking up in intensity by the time I was leaving around 7:45 A.M.  As I headed west though, the snow stopped altogether, which may be due to some of that downsloping that the modeling shows for the western slopes.  There was nothing going on here in Burlington when I arrived around 8:30 A.M., but there’s a steady light snow out there now.

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Event totals: 1.0” Snow/0.10” L.E.

 

The snow accumulations in the Burlington area seemed similar to what I found here in Waterbury, but in line with what I saw on the way into town this morning, there was essentially no visible accumulation in the Richmond area by I-89.  I’m guessing it was due to downsloping along the western slopes of the Greens.

The snow had stopped and we just had some mist falling at observations time here at the house, but not long after that it changed back to snow and we’ve had light snow falling here since that point.

 

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

New Snow: 1.0 inches

New Liquid: 0.10 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 10.0

Snow Density: 10.0% H2O

Temperature: 31.3 F

Sky:  Mist

Snow at the stake: 15.5 inches

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Event totals: 1.6” Snow/0.14” L.E.

 

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

New Snow: 0.6 inches

New Liquid: 0.04 inches

Snow/Water Ratio: 15.0

Snow Density: 6.7% H2O

Temperature: 36.0 F

Sky:  Cloudy

Snow at the stake: 16.0 inches

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