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January 1999, Week 4

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"Slifkin, Douglas" <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 23 Jan 1999 15:01:29 -0500
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        WATER EQUIVALENTS OF 2 TO 4 INCHES AND UP TO 6 INCHES ACROSS THE
        HIGHER TERRAIN (MUCH OF WHICH WILL RUNOFF THROUGH SUNDAY)
COUPLED
        WITH A PERIOD OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEPOSITING 1/2 TO 1
INCH
        OF RAIN AND TEMPERATURES CLIMBING WELL UP INTO THE 50S AND
PERHAPS
        TOUCHING 60 FOR A BRIEF TIME NEAR MORNING COULD LEAD TO SERIOUS
        FLOODING. IN ADDITION...THE FORMATION OF ICE JAMS COULD
AGGRAVATE
        THE FLOOD SITUATION. FLOOD WATCH FOR LATE TONIGHT AND ON SUNDAY
        OBVIOUSLY WARRANTED.



        I guess we are having a January thaw.  I hope this doesn't close
down Mad River Glen.  What can I say, I am the anti-snow god.  When I am
gone you have nice ski conditions and while I am here it pours.  At
least I got in a few nice days before the thaw.  It looks like the
mountains will lose half their snowpack and Burlington and valley areas
will only have patchy snowcover by Monday.


        Doug

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