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September 1999, Week 3


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"Mark P. Renson" <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 21 Sep 1999 19:42:01 -0400
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On Monday, September 20, 1999 10:09 PM, Todd Kehoe
[SMTP:[log in to unmask]] wrote:
> due to the lack of rain trough the summer we may be having it a little
> than usual, the the leaves are barely changing right now.

        Just the opposite;  dry weather = earlier accelerated fall foliage.  I was
surprised at how much colour I saw in the Adirondacks over Labor Day

On Monday, September 20, 1999 12:24 PM, Todd Kehoe
[SMTP:[log in to unmask]] wrote:
> Just out of curiosity is anyone else looking at any new stuff for this
> winter?

        Just the opposite; I, "The Frugal Yankee", am looking for OLD stuff for
this Winter.  Keep me posted on the ski swaps.

On Monday, September 20, 1999 12:24 PM, Todd Kehoe
[SMTP:[log in to unmask]] wrote:
> P.S. I found a good long range weaether web site click on
> it looks like we have cold winter if La Nina
> together.

        We had La Nina last weather and look what happened to us;  on the bright
side, look what happened in the PNW and Western Canada.  La Nina is still
alive and well though and is forecasted to maintain it's punch well into
2000;  Seattle had it's coldest Summer in 50 years and Calgary had their
chilliest Summer of the century.


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