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Originally Posted by SnowRock View Post
After this warm front pulls out we could be looking at some real deal cold.. depending upon what we get coming through during that period temps would definitely be right for snow. At worst, anything lost during this warm-up would be easily covered by snowmaking. For people like us, we should hope that thecold pattern lasts into February when we typically have some good opps for storms.

I have been to Camelback and Hunter a few times already... Hunter this past Sunday was pretty solid. Should be spring like this weekend around these parts.

Would like to get back out to Elk.. but haven't had a chance yet. Have two Stowe trips planed and will be heading somewhere west in March.
I'm thinking about Elk this Saturday, I figure it'll probably hold up better than Camelback or Blue after some warmer temps and possibly a little rain. It's still been pretty cold at night this week so hopefully the mountains have been blowing at night.
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