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post #1 of 17
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 For all those in it's path- Lets hope it's a big one!

http://www.skifernie.com/conditions/alpineweather.aspx

So to summarize we are expecting between 10-18"( 25-45cm) between Sunday night and and late Monday here in the Lizard Range. Freezing level looks like it will allow for snow above mid mountain. 

If you have a better forecast for your area please post.

So excited.
Edited by FB User (Private) - 3/28/10 at 1:03am
post #2 of 17
The WA Cascades are lined up as well.  Crystal is forecasted to get 16" to 2' Sunday  through Monday.  Good times in the Northwest.

Know where I will be Tuesday.
post #3 of 17
It's a ways out but Tahoe is looking to get dumped on next week, Monday through Thursday. 30+.

Perfect, I arrive in Reno Saturday the 3rd.
post #4 of 17
Mt. Hood is looking to get it BIG. NOAA is predicting 5 to 7 feet for Mt Hood Meadows between Sunday and Wednesday. Madness!
post #5 of 17
 Fatties,don't leave home without them. Pictures!
post #6 of 17
I skied the best powder of the year Friday, stuff worthy of my fattest boards.    This week calls for more of it.  (How will I ever get down the mountain without some rockered waterskis?)

The woods are safely covered with 100+ inches, the temps are cold...got to love spring in the PNW

Oh and may I add the mountain bike trails are dry and primo?
post #7 of 17
 I predict epic conditions in the western mountains beginning on Tuesday and lasting for weeks.  This is because I have to take a class for my farm starting on Tuesday and then I'm gone to New Orleans until the 20th of April.  I LOVE NOLA, but it's been a pretty crappy year so far (except for the beginning) and we have not had our traditional spring dump fest.  Here it comes and I'm going to miss the whole thing.

(That sobbing sound is me crying in my beer.)
post #8 of 17
Dude, you almost have me crying in my latte in sympathy... It would have been nice to get in a few really good powder runs with you.

My response to newfy's post is to note that I plan to spend part of the afternoon deciding which of my rockered waterskis to use tomorrow!   I spent Friday skiing powder on a pair of Tributes (complete with waterski pics on the topsheet). It was good. And righteous. 
post #9 of 17
 Well, I'm going to at least get tomorrow morning and it looks like we'll have a little new snow, maybe 18-30".  I guess that'll have to do.
post #10 of 17
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 Well, I'm going to at least get tomorrow morning and it looks like we'll have a little new snow, maybe 18-30".  I guess that'll have to do.

Is that a violin, playing softly in the background?
post #11 of 17
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Is that a violin, playing softly in the background?
No!  It's a jazz band.  I'm getting ready for NOLA!
post #12 of 17
I post whiteroom pictures for ya P.
post #13 of 17
I'll start putting some fresh wax on my water ski's. When you ski this badly, you need every advantage you can get.
post #14 of 17
My fatties may not be fat enough...might be time to try the morbidly obese rocker skis at 122 underfoot (really fat for my size and weight)  I've been itching to demo...They'll probably take me for a spin rather than the other way around.

Newfydog...the mtn bike trails are in great condition...might need a day or two to dry up but they are reallllly nice right now.
post #15 of 17
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No!  It's a jazz band.  I'm getting ready for NOLA!

 


Good one.!!
post #16 of 17
Thread Starter 
 10" over night and still snowing hard. 
post #17 of 17
Thread Starter 
 10" over night and still snowing hard. 
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