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The measurement is inches of snow and grossly incorrect. From first hand
observation this morning, I would say there is closer to about 14-20 inches
of snow on the mountain, at least in wind protected areas of the upper
mountain. I can confidently say the mid to upper mountain has a SOLID foot
deep cover. I hiked and skied Chinclip this morning and encountered nice
conditions with great coverage until about 500 yards above the Midway lodge.
K is opening tomorrow morning!
-Bobby G.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: CJNelson [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Sunday, October 24, 1999 5:50 PM
> To:   [log in to unmask]
> Subject:      Re: From the Top of Mt. Mansfield...
>
> Are the measurements below "inches of snow" or some other
> kind of measurement?
> Pcpn: 4 ; "New - 11;  TTL 8 ???  Odd.  Those temps are
> interesting too: Looks like winter to me...it's still Fall
> down here...So, did the K open?  If not, it seems like it
> won't be much longer.
>
> CJN
>
> Wesley's Ski Hut wrote:
> >
> >  6:53 PM EDT SAT OCT 23 1999
> > STATION        FLOOD         RIVER                TEMPS       SNOW
> >                STAGE  PCPN   STAGE  PRESENT WX  MAX MIN CUR  NEW TTL
> > MT MANSFIELD          4.00                       36  27  29   11  8
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