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9 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

The spotter at 1750' only had 0.5" at 0700, seemingly about the same as me. I don't see how anyone around here added 4.5" since then. I have been watching it on the cam. Maybe 2-3 inches total at most. There is no one living in Randolph higher than about 1750', as far as I know.

Seems high for real.

Perhaps on  SW edge bordering Jefferson. You notice 2 miles ese Jefferson was in there for 7.1 as well and we know Santa Village in Jefferson got hit hard. 

 So probably somewhere that does poorly on Eastern flow (and good on NW flow)  on SW side/edge of Randolph.

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Just now, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Seems high for real.

Perhaps on West edge bordering Jefferson. You notice 2 miles ese Jefferson was in there for 7.1 as well. So probably somewhere that does poorly on Eastern flow (and good on NW flow)  on NW or SW side of town?

Yeah, it was probably someone in the actual little village of Randolph which is down the road several miles next to Jefferson. Much lower in elevation but that didn't seem to matter as much in this one compared to being further west.

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30 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Bet 300 ft makes all the difference in the world 

It can.  I’m seeing it on Mansfield.  

300 verts is enough to go from 0” to 3”.  It’s literally an inch per 100ft on the snow line.

Fukkin winter is nice to see.

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Just now, powderfreak said:

It can.  I’m seeing it on Mansfield.  

300 verts is enough to go from 0” to 3”.  It’s literally an inch per 100ft on the snow line.

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Definitely a difference-maker usually. This storm there are places that are definitely lower in elevation that got smoked, however. Such as Whitefield, Lancaster, Littleton, and Jefferson. 

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First plow of the season.  I'd have let it melt on its own but we've been dealing with lots of cranky renters between snow and power outage. You have no idea how mang "can you please fix our power issue" messages we have received lol

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21 minutes ago, bwt3650 said:

The cam at my place at jay has nothing at around 1900 ft.  Based on their pics, I would guess the line was around 2500-2800 ft there.

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What a sick location you have at Jay. 1900' probably sees 250" a year. Screwgied on this set up but that's rare

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9 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

Definitely a difference-maker usually. This storm there are places that are definitely lower in elevation that got smoked, however. Such as Whitefield, Lancaster, Littleton, and Jefferson. 

Those “changeover from W to E” events with NW flow do that even down here. They aren’t that common but I’ve seen places on the west slopes of the ORH hills toward Hardwick and Ware even at lower elevation get 4-6” and then we barely get an inch or two in ORH. They are sometimes to fascinating to watch even though they would drive me nuts. 

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18 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

What a sick location you have at Jay. 1900' probably sees 250" a year. Screwgied on this set up but that's rare

Yeah, it gets buried.  We plan on spending a good chunk of this winter up there so I definitely expect some f-u comments once winter really gets going.  1500’ was the magic number a couple of times last year for some big events.

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Just now, powderfreak said:

Ha where you at Mark?

All thanks to Alex's webcam. I saw that earlier post. Surprisingly Cannon was nearly bare at the bottom, I kept going. White knuckling  I'm embarrassed to post this. But you got to do what you got to do.

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20 minutes ago, bwt3650 said:

Yeah, it gets buried.  We plan on spending a good chunk of this winter up there so I definitely expect some f-u comments once winter really gets going.  1500’ was the magic number a couple of times last year for some big events.

Yeah 1500ft is often a magic number for snow around these parts.

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Final, 2.13 in the tipper, 2.15" in the stratus, So this one was pretty uniform, 5.21"/mos so far, Stein gone.

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12 minutes ago, MarkO said:

All thanks to Alex's webcam. I saw that earlier post. Surprisingly Cannon was nearly bare at the bottom, I kept going. White knuckling  I'm embarrassed to post this. But you got to do what you got to do.

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Ha! You may be one of those I saw coming down lol!!!

Sun is out. Time for a snowball fight. Will 5" survive the night?

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20 minutes ago, bwt3650 said:

Yeah, it gets buried.  We plan on spending a good chunk of this winter up there so I definitely expect some f-u comments once winter really gets going.  1500’ was the magic number a couple of times last year for some big events.

Yeah 1500ft is often a magic number for snow around these parts.

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15 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Final, 2.13 in the tipper, 2.15" in the stratus, So this one was pretty uniform, 5.21"/mos so far, Stein gone.

Was in northern Maine from Tuesday thru early afternoon yesterday - missed all but the Wed AM drizzle in the woods there - 95% of storm #1 came overnight - but a messy drive home.  Had 2.43" in the gauge at 5:30 PM when I got home, another 1.21" thru 7 this morning, probably about 0.75" in the tube as I type.  Cocorahs from nearby sites (including a very recent addition from New Sharon, about 2.5 miles ENE from my place) point to twin events 2-2.3" each this week.  No more here, please, until freeze-up.  ^_^

Advisory posted for NW Maine this morning, places we visited Wed-Thurs (Round Pond, Telos, Deboullie) - would've been a lot messier for the auditor today.

Yeah 1500ft is often a magic number for snow around these parts.

Here too.  Accumulating SN in Rangeley, which is all above 1500.

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47 minutes ago, MarkO said:

All thanks to Alex's webcam. I saw that earlier post. Surprisingly Cannon was nearly bare at the bottom, I kept going. White knuckling  I'm embarrassed to post this. But you got to do what you got to do.

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Mark, how high up did you make it?

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11 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Lol you said East, about as wrong as it could be,  good try

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Yup over 2 inches here. He was way off.  Thanks for posting. 

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24 minutes ago, tamarack said:

Was in northern Maine from Tuesday thru early afternoon yesterday - missed all but the Wed AM drizzle in the woods there - 95% of storm #1 came overnight - but a messy drive home.  Had 2.43" in the gauge at 5:30 PM when I got home, another 1.21" thru 7 this morning, probably about 0.75" in the tube as I type.  Cocorahs from nearby sites (including a very recent addition from New Sharon, about 2.5 miles ENE from my place) point to twin events 2-2.3" each this week.  No more here, please, until freeze-up.  ^_^

Advisory posted for NW Maine this morning, places we visited Wed-Thurs (Round Pond, Telos, Deboullie) - would've been a lot messier for the auditor today.

Yeah 1500ft is often a magic number for snow around these parts.

Here too.  Accumulating SN in Rangeley, which is all above 1500.

I don't want to see anymore unless its white now, Going to be pretty wet in the woods after being bone dry.

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