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January 16 2021 - Inland runner Rain/Snow/Wind

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1 hour ago, Ginx snewx said:

They reported 21 yesterday.  Solid solid base builder. Hopefully they keep power on for you today. Enjoy the pow, upslope is cranking 

I live at the base of Pico, 100 feet from the lift. Should be fun. Yesterday was cement. I’m hearing 15” upslope last night.

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8 minutes ago, Skivt2 said:

I live at the base of Pico, 100 feet from the lift. Should be fun. Yesterday was cement. I’m hearing 15” upslope last night.

Damn

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36 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Yeah tilt 4 on radarscope does the best for me... beam still is blocked by a few peak tops (like Mansfield) but by and far it shows the best of what's going on IMO.

On Wunderground the 2.45 degree scan is my favorite as the lowest that doesn't hit the peaks.  J.Spin probably 1"/hr just above the "W" in Waterbury.  I hear I-89 through the Spine is near whiteout.

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Yeah, good call – we picked up roughly 1” in the 7:00 A.M. to 8:00 A.M. period.

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1 minute ago, J.Spin said:

Yeah, good call – we picked up roughly 1” in the 7:00 A.M. to 8:00 A.M. period.

Crazy how it's stacked on the east side now.  

It is just hammering in town and RT 100 from Stowe to Waterbury.

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One of the stranger storms in memory - after taking 6-7 hours to reach 1/2", it dumped 3" from 11:30-1:15.  Then came a bit of IP followed by 1.2" of big wet (0.51" LE) flakes until changing to rain at 4:45 just as I began running the snowblower.  Rain total 0.29", much of it while I was clearing the driveway, ending with a smattering of tiny graupel.  Those afternoon mashed potato flakes reminded me of late Feb 2010, but for this event we did better than most (outside of the upslope world.)

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5 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

LOL Randolph came in with 15.2"

2.06" of liquid.

Sorry was looking at depth.

Yeah I see 15.4” in the PNS. Is that the coop observer? Another report from Randolph said 6.2”. Why do I feel like that coop guy may stick the ruler in a little sideways?

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1 minute ago, CoastalWx said:

Yeah I see 15.4” in the PNS. Is that the coop observer? Another report from Randolph said 6.2”. Why do I feel like that coop guy may stick the ruler in a little sideways?

The 6.2" was from yesterday at 1:00 PM.

The 15.4" is a different guy from over to the west in the town proper.

Seemingly a bumper crop of Randolph weather observers this winter...

Randolph 1.4 NE is the regular guy very close to me.

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3 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

The 6.2" was from yesterday at 1:00 PM.

The 15.4" is a different guy from over to the west in the town proper.

Seemingly a bumper crop of Randolph weather observers this winter...

Randolph 1.4 NE is the regular guy very close to me.

Oh i didn’t see the time issuance. Just the report for 6.2”. So you said depth was 15.2”? 

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5 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

Yep, new depth. Overall depth is 19.0”. 

Man wish you were there to measure. Call your plow guy and see what he says. Haha.

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Man, Rochester VT observer just north of Killington on RT 100.... another 16.5" with a depth of 22".

The mountains got a great shot out of this one.

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1 hour ago, PhineasC said:

Hermit Lake Snowplot (called "Gorham" on the PNS -- it's not even close to there) checked in with 11.4" so far.

Up to 14.5” on the automated sensor.

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Winter wonderland out there. I think somewhere between 8”-10”. I haven’t checked the PNS yet to see what my NWS employee neighbor has reported. She had 5.1” yesterday morning at 10:45. 
 

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13 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Man, Rochester VT observer just north of Killington on RT 100.... another 16.5" with a depth of 22".

The mountains got a great shot out of this one.

Middlebury Snow Bowl reporting 16-24” of new snow.. would be weird to have an 8” variance as they have a pretty high base elevation (1800’) but who knows!

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22 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Up to 14.5” on the automated sensor.

They are just going to call it Gorham now to piss off Phin, lol.

I’m surprised that station at Hermit Lake didn’t have more given the QPF.

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VERMONT

...Addison County...
  S Hancock              9.0  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  N Middlebury           2.0  400 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  Vergennes              1.8  700 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer

...Caledonia County...
  Walden                 8.0  858 AM  1/17  Public
  2 NW Danville          6.5  600 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  1 W Lyndonville        6.0  830 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  Sutton                 3.4  805 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer
  2 WNW Wells River      2.0  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS

...Chittenden County...
  Westford               8.0  902 AM  1/17  Public
  4 NNE Underhill        6.8  800 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  North Underhill        6.8  700 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer
  Jericho                6.3  828 AM  1/17  Public
  1 E Nashville          5.8  645 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer
  1 E Huntington         5.6  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  1 NNE Huntington       4.7  800 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  1 S Essex Center       4.6  847 AM  1/17  NWS Employee
  3 SSW South Burlingt   4.5  755 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  1 NE South Burlingto   4.2  706 AM  1/17  NWS Office
  1 NNW Burlington       4.0  847 AM  1/17  NWS Employee
  Winooski               3.5  927 AM  1/17  Public

...Essex County...
  1 NW Granby            3.5  830 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  Island Pond            3.0  902 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer
  2 NNW Lunenburg        2.5  600 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS

...Franklin County...
  ESE Fairfax            5.2  900 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  St. Albans             4.2  928 AM  1/17  Public
  1 NNE Swanton          2.2  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS

...Grand Isle County...
  Alburgh                1.0  846 AM  1/17  Public

...Lamoille County...
  2 SSW Eden            10.5  930 AM  1/17  Trained Spotter
  Johnson               10.0  944 AM  1/17  Public
  3 N Smugglers Notch    7.6  730 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer
  2 N Johnson            6.5  730 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer
  Belvidere Center       6.0  947 AM  1/17  Public
  Morrisville            5.0  850 AM  1/17  Public
  SW Stowe               4.9  730 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS

...Orange County...
  1 NW West Braintree   10.0  922 AM  1/17  Public
  Williamstown           8.5  900 AM  1/17  Public
  2 E Corinth Corners    3.1  700 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer

...Orleans County...
  4 NNE Greensboro       6.6  745 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  1 WNW Westfield        4.3  720 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  7 SE Morgan            4.0  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  3 ENE Barton           3.7  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  3 NW East Charleston   3.5  943 AM  1/17  Public
  North Troy             2.0  949 AM  1/17  Public
  Coventry               1.0  940 AM  1/17  Public

...Rutland County...
  Mt. Holly             15.0  947 AM  1/17  Public
  1 WNW Middletown Spr   4.5  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  1 N Rutland            3.6  700 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer
  Wallingford            1.4  947 AM  1/17  Public
  1 SSE West Rutland     0.4  800 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS

...Washington County...
  2 E Warren            19.0  928 AM  1/17  Public
  Warren                19.0  939 AM  1/17  Public
  Moretown              15.0  911 AM  1/17  Public
  Duxbury               12.0  953 AM  1/17  Public
  2 W Worcester         11.1  700 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer
  2 SE Waitsfield       10.3  700 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer
  4 WNW Waitsfield      10.1  800 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  3 NNW Woodbury        10.0  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  2 NNE Waterbury Cent  10.0  829 AM  1/17  Trained Spotter
  2 E Cabot              9.5  810 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  5 E Moretown           9.3  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  Cabot                  9.0  856 AM  1/17  Public
  2 N Calais             9.0  730 AM  1/17  Trained Spotter
  2 W Berlin             8.6  925 AM  1/17  Public
  1 SW East Barre        8.1  648 AM  1/17  NWS Employee
  3 NW Waterbury         6.2  600 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  1 NNW Woodbury         5.3  830 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS

...Windsor County...
  2 NE Rochester        20.5  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  3 S Ludlow            16.1  800 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  Plymouth              14.0  926 AM  1/17  Public
  3 N Pomfret           11.3  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  NNE Proctorsville      7.0  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  1 E Woodstock          5.0  800 AM  1/17  Co-Op Observer
  NE Rochester           4.2  700 AM  1/17  CoCoRaHS
  Norwich                4.1  841 AM  1/17  Public

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Just now, powderfreak said:

Some big totals out there.  Two 19” reports from Warren in the Mad River Valley.

Looks like the central spine has been the jackpot. 

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