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January 16 2021 - Inland runner Rain/Snow/Wind

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8 minutes ago, mreaves said:

Looks like the central spine has been the jackpot. 

Yeah they got crushed.  It’s switching to up north now.  I still can’t believe how hard it’s snowing here at Stowe.  I hear town got hit fast this morning with a quick several inches in two hours.

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8 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Yeah they got crushed.  It’s switching to up north now.  I still can’t believe how hard it’s snowing here at Stowe.  I hear town got hit fast this morning with a quick several inches in two hours.

Where are you located? Closer to the mountain?

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3 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Good totals from ludlow. The whole winter in two storms. 

Prob 33% of winter ave
60” out of 180“ 

Okemo in Ludlow says they average 200” but that seems a tad high to me 

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4 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Prob 33% of winter ave
60” out of 180“ 

Okemo in Ludlow says they average 200” but that seems a tad high to me 

I just meant the winter so far. Literally in two events haha. 

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5 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

I just meant the winter so far. Literally in two events haha. 

34.4” of my ~40” is in 1. lol

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23 minutes ago, DavisStraight said:

Where are you located? Closer to the mountain?

Daylight hours I’m at the ski area based at 1500ft... dark hours I’m down in town at 750ft.

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1 hour ago, powderfreak said:

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.

I should take a measurement near the summit of Adams and call it Randolph. Would be the same as measuring at Hermit Lake and calling it Gorham. 

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7 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

I should take a measurement near the summit of Adams and call it Randolph. Would be the same as measuring at Hermit Lake and calling it Gorham. 

Ha well is it technically in the town lines?  Mount Mansfield will show as a Stowe, VT site.

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19 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Ha well is it technically in the town lines?  Mount Mansfield will show as a Stowe, VT site.

No.

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2 hours ago, mreaves said:

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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Nice pic Mr Eaves. Congrats 

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30 minutes ago, dendrite said:

No.

Ha!  Oh then I get it.  Why the hell is it titled Gorham then?  I just figured the plot fell within the geographic boundaries of the "town".  

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3 hours ago, wxeyeNH said:

Another 1/4" last night.    5" at the snowstake..

Alex....that is the2nd plastering your trees have taken this year

I know... we usually don’t get much of that, and if we do it’s in October lol. It is pretty, though! 

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Sugarloaf really froze up hard last night. It was really bad cement. They dropped a few ropes on Trails that were almost unskiable.

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2 hours ago, powderfreak said:

Ha!  Oh then I get it.  Why the hell is it titled Gorham then?  I just figured the plot fell within the geographic boundaries of the "town".  

Sargent’s Purchase. 
 

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As best I can tell, 6.0" from the backside and upslope so the storm total is 17". It's very windy so there's lots of blowing and drifting. The measurement is an average of several. 0.56" of liquid. The 24" report from Woodford seems a bit high IMO.

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9 minutes ago, wxmanmitch said:

As best I can tell, 6.0" from the backside and upslope so the storm total is 17". It's very windy so there's lots of blowing and drifting. The measurement is an average of several. 0.56" of liquid. The 24" report from Woodford seems a bit high IMO.

Looks like an outlier. But then again so does Randolph to some extent. 

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13 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

Looks like an outlier. But then again so does Randolph to some extent. 

Are you back up there yet?

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