3/16 Forecast

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 March 16, 2011

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Good morning,

I have to be quick this morning because, unlike some of you, I have to work today.

There’s a few inches of new snow on the hill this morning, and we’ll see more snow falling throughout the day and evening. Total snowfall today will be .5-.75”, mostly falling between 2 and 10pm, for 5-7” of new snow. Winds will be SW 15-20 early, rising to 25-30 by 4pm and switching to W 15-25 late evening. The snow level will be 1500’ early, rising to 3000’ by noon and falling to 1500’ by 10pm

Tomorrow looks mostly dry, most likely cloudy, with snow flurries starting mid afternoon fro 1-2” of new snow. The snow level will be around 1500’, and winds will be SW 15-20 through the day.

The snow level rises to 4000’ Friday morning before falling to 3000’-3500’ by noon. We’ll see .4-.6” water value for 5-7” of new snow, falling in two wave, 5am-noon and 5pm-10pm. Winds will be S 20-30 early going to SW 10-15 midday.

At this point, Saturday looks cloudy with snow flurries and light wind and Sunday looks partly cloudy with light wind.

Have a great day!


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