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Holy CRAP! That's awsome! :) 



On Wed, 14 Nov 2007 16:48:24 -0500, Scott Braaten <[log in to unmask]> 
wrote:

>URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
>NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
>354 PM EST WED NOV 14 2007
>
>...POTENTIAL FOR 6 OR MORE INCHES OF SNOW AT HIGHER ELEVATIONS
>BEGINNING THURSDAY AFTERNOON INTO FRIDAY...
>
>.A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL MOVE EASTWARD FROM THE EASTERN GREAT
>LAKES REGION TONIGHT...AND THEN STALL ACROSS CENTRAL AND EASTERN
>NEW ENGLAND DURING THE DAY THURSDAY. MEANWHILE...AN UPPER LEVEL
>DISTURBANCE MOVING NORTHEAST FROM THE TENNESSEE RIVER VALLEY 
WILL
>RESULT IN A RAPIDLY DEVELOPING AREA OF SURFACE LOW PRESSURE ALONG
>THE FRONT LATE THURSDAY INTO THURSDAY NIGHT OVER EASTERN NEW
>ENGLAND. AS COLD AIR FILTERS IN AT LOW-LEVELS...DEVELOPING
>PRECIPITATION WEST OF THE SURFACE LOW CENTER WILL CHANGE FROM 
RAIN
>TO SNOW ACROSS THE NORTH COUNTRY. THE CHANGEOVER WILL OCCUR 
FIRST
>IN THE ADIRONDACKS...AND THEN GRADUALLY MOVE TO THE GREEN
>MOUNTAINS AND LOWER ELEVATIONS OF NORTHERN NEW YORK AND 
VERMONT
>DURING THURSDAY NIGHT. THE TIMING OF THE CHANGEOVER SUGGESTS THE
>POTENTIAL FOR 6 OR MORE INCHES OF SNOW OVER THE NORTHERN
>ADIRONDACK REGION AS WELL AS NORTHERN VERMONT AND THE WESTERN
>SLOPES OF THE GREEN MOUNTAINS...RESULTING IN HAZARDOUS TRAVEL
>CONDITIONS LATE THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY. LESSER SNOW AMOUNTS ARE
>EXPECTED IN THE VALLEYS.
>
>
>VTZ003-004-006-007-016>019-150500-
>/O.NEW.KBTV.WS.A.0009.071115T2300Z-071116T2300Z/
>ORLEANS-ESSEX-LAMOILLE-CALEDONIA-EASTERN FRANKLIN-
>EASTERN CHITTENDEN-EASTERN ADDISON-EASTERN RUTLAND-
>INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...NEWPORT...ISLAND POND...JOHNSON...
>STOWE...ST. JOHNSBURY...ENOSBURG FALLS...RICHFORD...UNDERHILL...
>BRISTOL...RIPTON...EAST WALLINGFORD...KILLINGTON
>354 PM EST WED NOV 14 2007
>
>...WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM THURSDAY EVENING THROUGH
>FRIDAY AFTERNOON...
>
>THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BURLINGTON HAS ISSUED A WINTER
>STORM WATCH FOR NORTHERN VERMONT AND THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE
>GREEN MOUNTAINS...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THURSDAY THROUGH 6
>PM FRIDAY.
>
>RAIN DEVELOPING OVERNIGHT WILL MIX WITH AND THEN CHANGE TO SNOW
>DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON INTO THE EVENING HOURS THURSDAY. THE
>CHANGEOVER WILL OCCUR FIRST AT THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS...AND
>GRADUALLY MOVE TO THE LOWER ELEVATIONS OVER NORTHERN VERMONT 
AND
>ALONG THE SPINE OF THE GREEN MOUNTAINS. SNOW WILL CONTINUE INTO
>EARLY FRIDAY MORNING...AND THEN TAPER OFF TO OCCASIONAL SNOW
>SHOWERS DURING FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
>
>TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATIONS WILL DEPEND PRIMARILY ON HOW QUICKLY 
COLD
>AIR CAN MOVE INTO VERMONT WHILE A SURFACE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM
>DEVELOPS RAPIDLY OVER EASTERN NEW ENGLAND LATE THURSDAY INTO
>THURSDAY NIGHT. THERE REMAINS SOME UNCERTAINTY...BUT THE 
POTENTIAL
>EXISTS FOR 5 TO 9 INCHES OF SNOW IN THE WINTER STORM WATCH 
AREA...WITH
>ISOLATED 10 INCH AMOUNTS IN THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS ACROSS THE
>NORTHERN GREEN MOUNTAINS.
>
>PLEASE STAY TUNED TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO...YOUR LOCAL MEDIA...OR
>GO TO WWW.WEATHER.GOV/BURLINGTON FOR FURTHER UPDATES ON THIS
>WEATHER SITUATION.
>
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