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Roger Klinger <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 3 Dec 2004 16:37:21 -0500
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The text of this page:
http://www.erh.noaa.gov/nerfc/products/ALBRR5BTV.txt
will be down soon, so I'm posting the only interesting parts of it for those that want an idea of the
snow situation:

Sutton(between Burke and Lake Willoughby):  5" on the ground
Eden(between Smuggs and Mt. Asbedivere):   4"
Jay Peak:  11" on the ground


Also from:
http://www.nohrsc.nws.gov/nsa/discussions_text/Northeast/snowdepth/
stationsnowdepth_20041203_all.txt

comes the reports from the following stations(with helpful info as to what elevation the
measurement is from):

JAYV1|JAY PEAK,VT|737 meters|station snow depth|25.40|cm|2004-12-02 12|
MMNV1|MT. MANSFIELD|1201 meters|station snow depth|22.86|cm|2004-12-02 21|
FISM1|1MI.E FORT KENT,ME|159 meters|station snow depth|17.78|cm|2004-12-02 13|
KMWN|MOUNT WASHINGTON|1715 meters|station snow depth|15.24|cm|2004-12-03 00|
MWN|MOUNT WASHINGTON|1715 meters|station snow depth|15.24|cm|2004-12-02 12|
BIGN3|10MI.ENE COLEBROOK,NH|697 meters|station snow depth|15.24|cm|2004-12-02 12|
VANM1|VAN BUREN,ME|140 meters|station snow depth|12.70|cm|2004-12-02 13|
PORM1|PORTAGE LAKE|207 meters|station snow depth|12.70|cm|2004-12-02 12|
ALGM1|ALLAGASH|185 meters|station snow depth|12.70|cm|2004-12-02 12|
CLTM1|CLAYTON LAKE,ME|348 meters|station snow depth|12.70|cm|2004-12-02 12|
EUSM1|EUSTIS,ME|364 meters|station snow depth|10.16|cm|2004-12-02 12|
SUTV1|2MI.SW SUTTON,VT|450 meters|station snow depth|10.16|cm|2004-12-02 12|
EDNV1|BEAN MOUNTAIN|409 meters|station snow depth|10.16|cm|2004-12-02 14|
WABM1|WASHBURN #2 17-9020-01|171 meters|station snow depth|10.16|cm|2004-12-02 12|
DGSQ1|DEGELIS|143 meters|station snow depth|10.00|cm|2004-12-02 13|
RVBQ1|RIVIERE BLEUE|214 meters|station snow depth|20.00|cm|2004-12-02 13|
SCMQ1|ST CAMILLE|384 meters|station snow depth|19.00|cm|2004-12-02 13|

(where are these last 2? quebec? and where is bean mt? 409 meters is a fairly low elevation for 10
cm of snow right now.)

Everywhere else has less than 4" on the ground.
Note that some of these measurements are from yesterday and it has snowed today.
Also note that Jay's reporting station is some 1500' lower than mansfield's.

You gotta go where the snow is, so tomorrow Amy and I are throwing on the Rebounds and
scouting up a closed road recently donated to the state(mentioned to me  by Todd H. a couple of
years back).

http://tinyurl.com/6g5h2

and we'll be inspecting the terrain for the secrets it may hold during times of deeper snow pack.
Y'all are welcome to join us.


Sunday will probably find us at Okemo-- they seem to have the most terrain open right now,
anyone going there?

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