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I guess my annual El Nino predictions last September have been reasonably
accurate so far.

Except that small part about a "slow start" to an epic season in California

Leigh

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From: "Scott Braaten" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, January 05, 2005 8:50 PM
Subject: [SKIVT-L] 7-10 Feet last week in Sierra...another 7-10 Feet this
week


> I am just blown away with the back to back dumps that will happen in the
> Sierra.  The first dump already dropped 7-10 feet from Mammoth to Tahoe.
> That is a lot of snow.  First stories of houses...gone.  I hope they've
> been digging out because I'm seeing 7-9" of liquid equivilant for the next
> five days.  Temperatures will stay cold enough to keep this from being
> sludge and they should see another storm with cold 8-10% powder.  That
> would mean another storm has the potential to break the 100" mark at
> places like Mammoth and Kirkwood where the higher elevation always helps
> out in higher snow ratios.
>
> Wow.
>
> -Scott
>
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