All articles tagged as 'Green Mountain Upslope snow'

SPAM #16: Barney and Friends
December 31st, 2011 | By:  Greg | Comment

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While I organize the holiday week's events into some sort of a TR, here's an installment to the (not defunct!) SPAM Series. We were up for a dawn patrol due to the dual impetii of blacked-out-passes, and holiday crowds, and, well, the pow and the light and the high fives ... ...Read more

The Pow Clause (cf. Article 10. Section 8: Clause 4.)
December 17th, 2011 | By:  Greg | 10 Comments

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Every non-skiing plan made during the winter months requires a "Pow Clause," which, if you have never heard of such a thing before, governs the amount of snow that must fall from the sky so as to render said non-skiing plan null and void, thereby allowing all interested parties opportunity ... ...Read more

LH Peek at the Week: Early Spring Storm followed by cold
March 21st, 2011 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 3 Comments

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Spring will start with a snow storm.  Throughout today, northern stream energy will swing into the Northeast.  With below freezing temps this storm will bring snow over the next 24 hours.  High resolution modeling indicates that the High Peaks and the Green Spine could see up to an inch of ... ...Read more

The Ides of March… Whatever that Means
March 15th, 2011 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 15 Comments

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So the way I see it, the start of the NCAA tourney and the  move to daylight saving time is the start of spring.  While that doesn't mean we will not get some great powder from now until the end of the ski season, it does signal a change.  Greater sun angle, ... ...Read more

February Thaw: A taste of spring or the intermission?
February 15th, 2011 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 10 Comments

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I was going to call this post "Roller Coaster of Love" in honor of Valentine's Day and the fact that temps over the next 5 days will indeed be on a roller coaster.  However, I hate roller coasters, don't celebrate Valentine's Day (thanks C.B.B.), and was in a surly mood ... ...Read more

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