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Oh god I hope you're right on the 68-69 analogue. That sort of
juxtaposition makes me giddy.

On Wednesday, January 20, 2010, Roger Hill <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Best Ski Weather EAST update near term and a check into February Roger
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> Posted: 2010-01-20 10:41:45
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> Wednesday 1-20-10
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> EAST – Short term Update…
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> Accumulating snow…though light will fall across New Hampshire’s
> White Mountains and Maine’s western Mountains through Wednesday night
> favoring areas like Black Mountain, Mount Abram and Titcomb with
> another 1 to 4” and Mount Jefferson in eastern Maine seeing 3-6”
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> Otherwise a trace to 2” might accrue in parts of upstate New
> York’s Adirondacks, The Green Mountains of Vermont, Temperatures were
> marginal at base lodges in the 20s at most summits with winds moderate.
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> Thursday and much of the weekend – High pressure will bring
> brilliant sunshine and spring like skiing to much of the Northeast U.S. through
> most of Sunday before a warm surge of air moves in from a developing
> southerly flow late Sunday into Monday next week.
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> Colder air will wrap around this exiting storm system for the middle part of
> next week introducing more light snows to mountainous areas New York and New
> England with generally from a trace to 5” and nothing major was foreseen
> through the end of January at this point.
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> A LONGER RANGE LOOK TO FEBRUARY
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> Courtesy of Jim Roemer -
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> FOR ANALOG YEARS AND WEATHER PATTERN COMPARISONS TO FORECAST
> FEBRUARY SNOWFALL IN  NEW ENGLAND
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> STOWE/CANNON MOUNTAIN/KILLINGTON AND OTHERS--
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> The year 1969 seems to fit very well in some ways. December and
> January, 1968
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> snowfall was below normal across much of New England with January
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> ever in 1969 with over 170 inches, while about 45" fell at
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> AND Roger Hill Best Ski Weather
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