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  The below forecast is a week out, I don't want to be the bearer of bad
news, etc., etc.  But as we watch the long range forecast evolve, you might
want to pencil in some middle of the coming week ski days.
  The NWS guys usually don't go this far beyond climatic average
temperatures unless they see something really strong in the computer models.

  Ski here now.

  - Randy
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EXTENDED FORECAST DISCUSSION
NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD
158 PM EST FRI MAR 03 2006

VALID 12Z MON MAR 06 2006 - 12Z FRI MAR 10 2006

GOOD OVERALL MODEL AGREEMENT WITH THE FORMATION OF A DEEP MEAN WRN
CONUS TROF AND ERN RIDGE. FIRST TROF COMES THRU CA EARLY NEXT WEEK
FOLLOWED BY A REINFORCING SHORTWAVE DROPPING DOWN INTO THE MEAN
WRN TROF. ENERGY EJECTS OUT NEWD THRU THE PLAINS/MS VALLEY WITH A
FAIRLY WIDE SPREAD OF TIMING DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MODELS AND
ENSEMBLE MEMBERS. HPC PREFERENCE FOR FINALS IS A SIMPLIFIED 12Z
GFS ENSEMBLE MEAN SOLUTION.

...EAST...
MINOR LOW MOVING SEWD ACROSS THE OH VALLEY SUN NIGHT MAY BRING
SOME LT SNOW ACROSS IN/OH INTO THE MTNS WV AND SWRN VA. LT RAIN
EXPECTED ACROSS REMAINDER VA/NC MON. COOL HIGH PRESSURE WILL
DOMINATE THE EAST THRU THURSDAY WITH AN INCREASING S -SW WIND AND
A VERY CONSIDERABLE WARM UP FRI AND INTO THE WEEKEND WITH TEMPS IN
THE 60S AND 70S MID ATLC REGION SWD..40S AND 50S INTO THE
NORTHEAST AND NEW ENG WITH WEEKEND TEMPS REACHING NR 70 INTO THE
NORTHEAST AND WELL INTO THE 70S AND EVEN 80S MID ATLC AND SWD.

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