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October Discussion: Bring the Frost-Hold the Snow


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20 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

A coworker sent video of it snowing above 3,300ft on the Stowe Gondola.  Picnic table snow.

Sugarbush’s cam at 4000ft is snowing.

On a beach looking at web cams and obs from friends back home… :weenie:

 

hate to see it this early in the season.  

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1 hour ago, PhineasC said:

How often does Mansfield get first measurable before first freeze?

I don’t think it’s that rare.  I’ve seen it snow a few times at 33-34F in early October before it hits the freezing mark.  Get a rain to wet snow with a cold front type situation.  The summit doesn’t radiate at all, so it’s sort of like MWN that it’s often snowing or snow showers as the temp drops.  These coating to 1-2” though with CAA dropping temps aren’t *that* uncommon for first freeze.

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Looks like some good squalls stuff home, ha.  Temps dropped down to 39F at the Stowe Country Club site in this.  Snow level might have got quite low there, wonder if it hit the 1800ft high inhabited areas.

Look at that temp drop with the squall.

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10 hours ago, Damage In Tolland said:

70’ s again Wed -Fri

Furnace rolls on

 

10 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

Maybe 70ish Thursday, but uber furnace is gone.

Nice to run in coo, mornings. Been awhile since I did a morning jog.

 

10 hours ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Every single forecast and piece of guidance I’ve seen this morning has low- mid 70’s for BDL , BOS etc Wednesday and Thursday and near 70 Friday 

Torch just keeps on keeping on 

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2 hours ago, powderfreak said:

A coworker sent video of it snowing above 3,300ft on the Stowe Gondola.  Picnic table snow.

Sugarbush’s cam at 4000ft is snowing.

On a beach looking at web cams and obs from friends back home… :weenie:

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I mean, it’s literally what I do! 

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1 hour ago, PhineasC said:

Thanks, I knew I wasn’t hallucinating. 

Sounded like dynamic cooling in they heavy squall got big fat aggregates flying down to that level.  You’d need a strong shower/squall most likely.  All the temps around it plummeted during heavy precip and they rose a bit afterwards again.

Very classic lowering of snow level in heavy precip, then back up as it wanes.  I’m such a nerd/weenie for this stuff… A classic temp graph of strong dynamic cooling… then temps rising again post heavy precip.

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There’s accumulation down to about 2,000ft on the cams. About 500ft above the parking lot aggregates.

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16 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Sounded like dynamic cooling in they heavy squall got big fat aggregates flying down to that level.  You’d need a strong shower/squall most likely.  All the temps around it plummeted during heavy precip and they rose a bit afterwards again.

Very classic lowering of snow level in heavy precip, then back up as it wanes.  I’m such a nerd/weenie for this stuff… A classic temp graph of strong dynamic cooling… then temps rising again post heavy precip.

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There’s accumulation down to about 2,000ft on the cams. About 500ft above the parking lot aggregates.

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Lot of leaves still left . Wow 

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