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Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 6 Dec 2004 15:55:01 -0500
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    MOUNTAIN WEATHER FORECAST

   National Weather Service Burlington VT
   227 PM EST Mon Dec 6 2004

   Midday forecast for the mountains of Vermont and Northern New York.

   Tuesday: At 2000 feet, temperatures ranging from the mid to upper 20S
   across the Green mountains, to the lower to mid 30S across the
   Adirondacks. winds increasing to 10 to 20 mph late. at the summits,
   temperatures ranging from the mid to upper 20S across the Green
   mountains, to the lower and mid 30S across the Adirondacks. Winds 25
   to 35 mph.

   Wednesday: At 2000 feet, early morning highs in the mid 30S, then
   temperatures falling into the 20S. at the summits, early morning highs
   around 30, then temperatures falling into the 20S.

   Light snow and sleet will change to freezing rain and rain late
   Tuesday afternoon. Some ice and snow accumulation is expected.
   Wednesday snow showers are expected with some additional accumulation
   possible.

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