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Old 02-11-2014, 09:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Forecast is looking good for some of the mid Atlantic resorts. Best chance for 12-18" at Liberty, Massanutten, and Wintergreen. Might actually be worth taking the powder board out for once around here.

-Guy on the local news says much less. I hope the accuweather people get it right this time.

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Old 02-11-2014, 12:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Oh my. My house in Catskills NY is right in that dark blue line. I think I'm leaving Manhattan Thursday night to ride that!!!
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Fuh if I wasn't saving my money to go to Utah at the end of the month I would be headed to SnowShoe. I was in SnowShoe the last storm that went trough we didn't get shit there but got 8 inches or more in Currifuck NC.
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Yeah, I'm saving to go out west in a couple weeks as well, but still trying to decide on Utah or Jackson Hole. Would love to be up riding Cupp and Shay's for this one if it didn't cost me $140 just to drive my truck up there. Probably just heading for one of the small resorts close by since I have a discount card and they'll probably get a lot more snow.

Forecasts are still all over the place, but the guy on Weather channel just said models are now coming together for the possibility of up to 2 feet in the northwestern suburbs of DC and Philly.
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Looks like they are not going to get much of anything up at the WV resorts, but this is what the NWS says for Massanuthin: "ACCUMULATIONS...10 TO 15 INCHES...WITH UP TO 20 INCHES AT ELEVATIONS ABOVE 1000 FEET".

8-12" at Liberty, 3-6" at Whitetail.
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about 16" here in Fairfax..
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