On Thu, 12 Feb 2004 23:04:30 -0500, Scott Braaten
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>On Thu, 12 Feb 2004 19:51:28 -0800, James Dugan <[log in to unmask]>
>>The snow _is_the difference.
>A friend of mine went to Stowe today and said the same thing.  Stowe's
>website is reporting 8-10 inches in the past two days and second hand
>reports are that the woods are over a foot of fresh with blow in.  Another
>powder day in the powder league of northern Vermont.  I'm not sure where
>its all coming from because all we get in Burlington are flurries between
>sunny periods.  The mountains don't even seem to be all that socked in
>everytime I look over there.
>Either way...there seems to be powder up there, and lots of it.  I'll be
>back in Albany this weekend and thinking about Gore or something in that
>neighborhood (I wonder if Hickory picked up any snow this week from
>showers/squalls?) because Stowe feels it is necessary to black out passes
>for a couple days. sdratsaB.

Scott, don't expect much but crowds at Gore this weekend. They didn't get
any new snow yesterday and its gonna be very crowded. Central NY picked up
a few new inches last night and more is to fall saturday night.


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