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Where is the snow?????????

post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 
I live in the northeast, and we need snow. Is there any kind of snow dance that I can do.
post #2 of 16
Snow, what's snow? Never heard of it. Today was 56 and sunny in New Yorsie, I was driving the Saab with the top down.

Kaj
post #3 of 16
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Originally Posted by bruski79 View Post
I live in the northeast, and we need snow. Is there any kind of snow dance that I can do.
We had thunder here in NC sunday night so that's suppose to mean we'll get snow in ten days. I hope you guys get some snow because I have a buisness trip planed and I would like to go skiing while up your way. I think folks in the mid atlantic have it worse than we do here in the south. I've skied 4 times this year which is less than normal but at least most of the resorts are open. The weather has to turn around soon or the season going to be almost over.
post #4 of 16
We have all your snow out here in the PNW. Whistler set a record for snowfall in November. Crystal Mt. has gotten 16" of new since 3 this afternoon and the weather pattern is wet and cool through the weekend.

This is me on November 27th - shralping 20+" of pretty much untracked blower at Crystal Mt., inbounds no less.





Come on out and get some!
post #5 of 16
Nice !! sent some EAST Pretty please
post #6 of 16
Do a dogpile search on the famous words of a dude named Horace Greely.
post #7 of 16
Thread Starter 
I dont want to go west. I just want snow
post #8 of 16
Central, NH Forecast

A nice day, with plenty of sunshine is expected Thursday along with some high clouds. Temps will climb well into the mid 40s across northern areas and into the upper 40s and lower 50s across the south.

The next system(fairly weak) will move in on Friday with quite a few clouds and some light showers possible. More rain will likely affect New Hampshire, however, on Saturday, as moisture streams in from the south. If the rain ends early enough on Saturday, we could see record warmth, with temps well into the mid to upper 50s !
post #9 of 16
I think global warming is here I am from central maine "45 minutes from the loaf" and all I have is ice on my lawn who thinks skiing when the flats
are still mowing their lawn. please some one do a snow dance we are due!!
post #10 of 16
Snowdance? Yeah, move to Seattle or Portland.
post #11 of 16
if this gets any worse out east...i just might
post #12 of 16
58 degrees, another top down convertible day! : On the plus side, at least there is nothing to shovel here.

Kaj
post #13 of 16
Two years ago we had a similar problem in the PNW. There was only one benefit: The ski gear went on sale early and there were great deals.
post #14 of 16
Not in the NE; here is where the snow is.

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/SNOW/ARCH...007004_usa.gif

Check out the 31 day loop. Pretty nifty.
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Two years ago we had a similar problem in the PNW.
Weren't you guys stiffed until early March? Is that what we have to look forward to?

I remember you had a nice end-of-season comeback though, right?
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Weren't you guys stiffed until early March? Is that what we have to look forward to?

I remember you had a nice end-of-season comeback though, right?
We did indeed have a decent end to the season. However I skied 17 days that year and I usually ski about 40. At no time did it look anything like it looked this year over Thanksgiving.
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