All articles tagged as 'lionelhutz ski forecast'

LH Peek at the Week: Rainy frontal passage followed by cold
April 4th, 2011 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 8 Comments

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Well after a weekend that felt much more like late february or early march than early april, we will return to spring briefly today thru early tomorrow.  A low pressure system will work itself over the next 24 hrs up into the St. Lawrence Valley.  As it does it will ... ...Read more

March: In like a Slob and out like a Coastal Storm? Updated Friday PM
March 30th, 2011 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 13 Comments

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Friday PM Update: Eh...storm blooming a bit with some radar returns snowing light snows along the Green spine and Catskills.  Not a very well organized system by any means.  Wasn't feeling my snowfall totals a few hours ago and though they were too high. Now I think we might hit the ... ...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

All Aboard the Bus to Pow Town? HECK YES!
February 25th, 2011 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 18 Comments

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Update on totals: Jay Peak: 9” Burke: 12” Smuggler’s Notch: 10” Stowe: 13” Bolton Valley: 16” Mad River Glen: 9” Sugarbush: 10” Pico: 14” Killington: 14” Magic Mountain: 14” Stratton: 15” Mount Snow: 14" ADK High Peaks 14" Whiteface: 14" Plattekill: 12" Cannon: 11" Bretton Woods: 8" Wildcat: 9" So reviewing those totals, it looks we were right that the heaviest snow would fall in the Central Greens. However ... ...Read more

Wasatch Weather: Potential Large Scale Pattern Change May Lead to Generous Snows
February 16th, 2011 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 10 Comments

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Wed. Evening Update: As advertised, the winds are howling in the mountains and valleys alike, dust is widespread, the pre-frontal orographic snow has commenced, and the heavy snowfall is on the doorstep. The cold front is expected to crash into the Wasatch Mountains around 7PM this evening. Thunder snow is a good ... ...Read more

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