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  1. interesting how I saw the radar and heavy bands were passing just north of portland, which wasn't forecasted. Are the winds out of the NE where you are?
  2. Just came back from Jay Peak and the snowpack in the Northeast Kingdom is pretty impressive I must say . From Burke northward the peaks will have snow till May. I know that Jay Peak recorded 403" as of Monday and plans to be open through till Mothers Day(Weekends only after easter) Peak in the background is Mt Mansfield
  3. only a few sprinkles here so far. Off topic but looks like Maine will benefit from the end of season snowfall trip to Rangely could be in order
  4. Right interesting because precip starts as rain and turns to snow as LP winds up the coast
  5. He didn't mention it today so probably no
  6. I'll be at Jay Peak during this time frame, maybe some freshies amongst the corn?
  7. This photo was taken on the summer solstice 2012 at Artist Point rd
  8. Great I'm supposed to fly out of Logan Sunday afternoon to New Orleans
  9. 14" here still snowing but warm at 34 . This was a huge forecast bust, as accuweather had a 3-6 for my area and NWS a 5-8. Best forecast was the HRRR model showing 12-14 in my area
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