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Sent: Friday, January 15, 2010 1:02 PM
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Subject: Best Ski Weather Flash Report

 

Best Ski Weather Eastern Report -- New Storm emerges for the EAST -- Flash

Posted: 2010-01-15 11:26:58

Friday 1-15 forecast

EAST -

Flash – New Storm emerging for Sunday Night into Monday with a few inches of snow likely for many resorts in the Northeast U.S.

As of yesterday we were looking at a fairly quiet weather pattern going into next week and ignoring the sub tropical branch of the jet stream which was generally bringing a rain storm to southern New England and points south. Well – no more.

This storm system has been trending northward with nearly each model run. The latest track takes developing Nor’easter from Delaware Bay Sunday night (with the leading edge of the snow shield moving into the Berkshires and southern Green Mountains early to mid evening) and then the storm heads east of Cape Cod Monday morning.

This is good enough for a quick shot of about 3 to 7” for the Green Mountains, White Mountains, and the Western Maine Mountains.

Best favored resorts will be Mount Snow, Killington Pico, Okemo, Loon, Waterville Valley, wild cat, to Sunday River Saddle Back Maine…

Roger Hill Best ski Weather and Weathering heights

 

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Roger Hill --Best Ski Weather & Weathering Heights Consulting.

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