All articles tagged as 'Early Season skiing'

Double Trouble. Two possible winter weather events in N/E (Monday AM Update…Still with UTAH content)
December 14th, 2012 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 14 Comments

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Monday AM update. (Again UT update is on page 2) I'm sick. I'm angry. I had to miss what was prob. a great dawn patrol today. My head feels like it is in f fishbowl. I blame this jerk. Carbonara. My ass. More like spagetti with flu sauce. Accordingly, ... ...Read more

More Kinda Interesting Weather (Updated for Mon 12/10/12)
December 3rd, 2012 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 7 Comments

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MONDAY 12/10/2012 AM UPDATE Well it's raining on the Beast Coast. For now. Today, a low pressure system will track over the Great Lakes. The associated warm front is just passing through northern VT right now. This will place the N/E in the warm sector of the storm. Temps ... ...Read more

TR: An Early Season Apology
November 14th, 2012 | By:  Ben

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November 14th and we've already had two over 40" storms in Utah. Check out how Ullr is apologizing for last winter in a big way!

Systems Test
October 8th, 2012 | By:  Greg | 27 Comments

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Based on yet-another spot-on forecast by the esteemed Lionel Hutz, the FIS east coast bureau was ready bright and early today for a systems test in preparation for the upcoming ski season. Most of us were of the impression that we were merely going to practice getting up early, and ... ...Read more

TR: High (of) Five
December 18th, 2011 | By:  Greg

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The whispers in the air last night were that it had finally really begun. We braved a high of five to potentially exchange high fives as we checked it out: Click the picture or here to read: High (of) Five

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