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Thanks Scott. This is great and very timely. I'll add this to the Climate 
impacts section of my website for April 2011.

LA

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On Wed, 4 May 2011, Scott Whittier wrote:

> Folks -
> Conor Lahiff, one of our forecasters, captured these images and 
> aligned them up to make a nice, smooth 4 picture loop of the North 
> Country from April 8th to May 1st.
>
> The most obvious thing is the loss of snowpack across the region as 
> well as ice cover on area lakes. In the latter images you will 
> notice the sediment plumes in Lake Champlain, especially near the 
> Winooski, Lamoille and Missisuqoi Bay. Lastly, some sediment plumes 
> in Lake Memphremagog as well.
>
> Scott
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