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Snow level now down to 1,500ft in the Stowe base area and slushy
accumulation beginning.  The summits have got to be getting crushed.

http://www.backtotheearthgroup.com/scottb/Weather2012/April9_10event/stowe_base_10am.jpg

This is textbook stuff and should be shown to any budding skier/rider about
why the Greens take the cake for snowfall... and why we are lucky to live
and play here.

Nothing happening in Burlington and a few miles east where the air is
upsloping, its steady, moderate, soaking precipitation (or caking snow up high).

http://www.backtotheearthgroup.com/scottb/Weather2012/April9_10event/April9_10am2.gif

Composite radar:

http://www.backtotheearthgroup.com/scottb/Weather2012/April9_10event/April9_10am.gif

-Scott

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