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December 2004, Week 1


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Scott Braaten <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 3 Dec 2004 15:51:58 -0500
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For all of you who are sick of the depressing reading...I am paying
attention to the Mon-Wed time fram next week.  Models are now indictating
a very strong high pressure system just north of the border in Canada with
a low still forecasted to move west of our area.  We could see some light
overrunning precip in the form of light snow in the North Country on
Monday before the real show starts.  If the current models are on to
something...there will be a shallow layer of below freezing temperatures.

Another batch of precip associated with the main low could show up Monday
night into Tuesday.  Freezing Rain looks like a good possibility.  It
might not even turn to all rain if a coastal low takes over and keeps us
on a slight north wind bringing the low level cold air into the North
Country, especially valley areas.

Stay Tuned.


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