Archive for November, 2010

Get Over It (Part Two: Make Hay When The Snow Falls)!
November 28th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 11 Comments

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For any new readers we've acquired over the last few months from out west, first WELCOME, and second, I don't want to give off the impression with this "Get Over It!" series that all we do back east is ski grass, white ribbons of death, or worse. No, we do ... ...Read more

Get Over It (Part One)!
November 27th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 4 Comments

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If you're living in the PNW this doesn't apply to you (nice TR Allen!) For the rest of us who still find ourselves on the EC: GET OVER IT. It's a La Nina year, and that means a jet stream that enjoys putting us in the freezer-box until JUST before ... ...Read more

TR: Late November in the PNW
November 27th, 2010 | By:  Allen | Comment

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Click the image, or click right HERE to read more. Last weekend was a spectacular weekend to be a ski bum in the PNW. The snow was deep and the sun was out.

Thanksgiving Weekend Forecast…deja vu all over again.
November 22nd, 2010 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 10 Comments

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Ahhhh shoulder season la nina. Nothing makes the weather writer happier than realizing you're in for a six to eight weeks of rollercoaster weather and computer guidance. Watching the weather and the computer guidance go from warm and wet to cold and dry, to dry and warm and back again ... ...Read more

When November Takes a Nose Dive…
November 21st, 2010 | By:  Greg | 11 Comments

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...get back in the saddle.... ...stand tall... wind up... ...and give the month that supposedly hates schuss a Chin Clip with your best left hook (or right ski edge). There's plenty of snow in them-thar hills. THANKS Lionel for the heads up that we should expect a few rounds of refreshing uplsope magic ... ...Read more

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