All articles tagged as 'ski weather forecast'

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

Smarch: In like a slob…(UPDATED WITH TOTALS)
March 6th, 2011 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 17 Comments

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UPDATED TOTALS BOOM: MON. AM UPDATE Well it hammered all night in the ADK and Greens. The area was in a region of prime frontogenesis (the tightening of a temperature gradient along a constant pressure surface) which served to really just spike snowfall rates.  As I hinted at to a few of you ... ...Read more

Dy-no-mite! Powerful Storm On Tap for Much of NY, VT and NH
February 1st, 2011 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 18 Comments

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No need to beat around the bush on this one.  Another powerful storm is aimed straight at the heart of the Northeast and it's locked and loaded to deliver some serious moisture into ski country. WED. AM UPDATE Looks like the storm has occluded. The center of surface low pressure is off ... ...Read more

Pre-Holiday Snows: Eastern flow snows over next 48 hours
December 22nd, 2010 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 19 Comments

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Again, moisture retrograding from a coastal low will impact the North Country.  Now, last week I mentioned the possibility of the development of  NORLUN trough delivering moisture to NH and Maine.  Well it looks like this might not develop quite as planned.  Instead it appears that an easterly flow from ... ...Read more

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