Archive for September, 2009

September 30th, 2009 | By:  Greg | Comment

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The Famous Internet Skiers are dulling their edges, and citra-solving their junk boards... The Mount Mansfield Forecast indicates snow showers today, tonight and tomorrow... The(th) Timeth Hath Cometh! Snow is about to come down(eth) upon(eth) us, and you can count on to go out there and find it for you. ... ...Read more

Update: Chances still high for snowfall within the next 48 hours
September 29th, 2009 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 6 Comments

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I'm going to start out with a text based update here and if I have time later today try to get some maps up. If you have been following Scott and I you would have learned last week that chances were good that the higher terrain of the greens and adirondacks ... ...Read more

Confidence Increasing on High Elevation Snowfall Later This Week
September 26th, 2009 | By:  Scott | 2 Comments

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Before you get too excited, let me state that a best case scenario out of this is a couple inches of wet snow above 3,000ft but I do think later this week the lofty ridges of the Greens, Adirondacks, and Whites will be coated in white.   Dare I say it ... ...Read more

Potential for First Flakes in the Northeast!!!
September 24th, 2009 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 2 Comments

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No shit. I'm hesitant to post this because I don't want to be that know the guy that screams "IT'S GONNA PUKE" as soon as any weather model hints at a snowflake. However, I feel like the possiblity of seeing a real, honest coating of snow above ... ...Read more

More Internet Fame for the FIS
September 24th, 2009 | By:  Greg | 2 Comments

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Our famous internet skiing just got even famouser, dangerouser and sparklier, as we landed the centerpiece picture on the "mountain page" for Stowe Mountain Resort. The skier is our buddy Graham who showed up and got his "rip" on for last winter's East Coast Supershoot at Stowe Mountain Resort, in ... ...Read more

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