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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 10-28-2009, 06:28 PM
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thanks for the link!
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post #12 of 25 (permalink) Old 10-28-2009, 07:25 PM
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I'm excited to get my first run in but I'll wait until they start up the chairs. Hopefully we'll get some more of that beautiful snow soon!
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Looks great man! If i make it up to Baker this weekend (if weather allows) ill take some pictures... plan on heading up pan to get a few turns in.
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Nice Scott!

I don't know if you read Frequency TSJ or not, but check out the article on page 20 in the new 7.3 edition. It's an introspective short about guys like us who hike their resort in the offseason. You might recognise the guy in the photo too.

Not pandome, but I have this picture from october of last year as my wallpaper for a month now. We put in the track the day before, and did all the riding in a white out.. check out the air on lookers left.

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Why did you have to post that! Mind if i use for a wallpaper at work? I could use one more thing to distract me! ha
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Be my guest. Lot's more here, feel free to look and use. I quit organizing, but there are some other 542 categories on the left. anything table, baker, or heliotrope.
Pictures by luckyana - Photobucket

here is a little bit of the backside of pan in the bottum left. and my favorite washington mountain in the back.


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great picture man! I will def. take a look at the albums on my lunch! Just checked in with my girlfriend.. she said its 39 degrees and raining at our house (about 45 min drive from baker) cant see the foothills from my office.... its gotta be snowing up there! Hopefully wunderground is wrong this time.
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I'm gonna link you to death... here's the weather data for baker. Just a couple degrees above freezing at the base.

Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center (NWAC) — Mt. Baker Ski Area - Last 24 hours
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I'm gonna link you to death... here's the weather data for baker. Just a couple degrees above freezing at the base.

Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center (NWAC) — Mt. Baker Ski Area - Last 24 hours
You are amazing ha.

I've always tried to use NOAA's reports (at 10,000) and glaciers reports on wunderground and take a medium ha.

How do you use the numbers under the 24 hr snow 4210' right now its reading 77 76 76 etc.

Also any idea what RH% is? the temp data is sooooo rad man, thanks.
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Sometimes the sensors get ice rhyme and say there is more then there is. If it looks wrong, it probably is. You can look at the past history(10 day), and then take a guess how much by how much precip and how cold it's been.

The RH% is relative humidity.

I think the general rule of thumb is -3.5 degrees for evey 1,000'? so if it's 46 degrees at sea level, it should be about freezing at 4,000'. but not always.
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