Nice picture John
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We got some, ours was at zero feet. Yep, it stuck, burned off shortly after but it looked good for awhile.
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Please keep it there. We don't want any this year up here in New England.
This was early for us. It was t-shirt weather the day before. We had two days of rain and flooding before a front came through and dropped the temps enough to get this at the higher elevations. We have a good chance of not seeing any of the white stuff again until late December/January.
Chuck, you guys will get more in one storm than we'll get all winter.
Local Ski Area:But down here near sea level, no snow!
Base at Heather Meadows:
Base at Pan Dome:
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Last night the fortune tellers were calling for 3-5 inches........just west and north of us got hit but we escaped it all. Other than the fools who can't or forget how to drive in winter weather, I actually like it and look forward to it!...then again, I can break out in a sweat at the mere mention of the word hot...or work...or honey can you....
Wow-3000 feet of snow is a LOT!!!
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