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post #11 of 65 (permalink) Old 07-19-2012, 11:51 AM Thread Starter
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I hope it pans out (so long as it does not fuck us up here) I will hit you up this fall when I come down to hike Havasu. I stay with a buddy who lives by Arrowhead off of the 101 and always spend a couple days in Phoenix. We could grab a beer at Arizona Mills in Tempe....
Yeah man sounds like a plan, I actually live in tempe these days so Keep my email and let me know Mestrada55@gmail.com


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Just check the Noaa update and its looking like SW/Cali is going to be Epic this winter. check the link for the outlook-Climate Prediction Center - Seasonal Color Maps This just made my day right here. soo pumped. Snow wolf I hope this means you will be coming out here to AZ again. If this all pans out id think Feb-March might be a epic time to hit Backside of Snowbowl. Im leaving AZ in 2 years and I wanna ride Freemont peaks before I move. Sounds like this might be the winter to do it.
I get all my weather from opensnow.com, which is run by Joel Gratz. He can't confidently say there will be snow until the storm is within 10 days. So I'm going to take those maps with a grain of salt seeing as they're half a year away.
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I get all my weather from opensnow.com, which is run by Joel Gratz. He can't confidently say there will be snow until the storm is within 10 days. So I'm going to take those maps with a grain of salt seeing as they're half a year away.
Well being that Joel is a meteorologist I'd expect that from him. If you read the link youd see it says climate prediction center, which is what a Climatologist does. If you want to know what a storm is going to do, listen to the Meteorologist. If you want to know about the factors driving storms, listen to the climatologists. So its safe to say that these outlooks are just outlooks. They are based off of observational data, Like the fact that Equatorial waters are warmer then they have been in recent years. Which indicates a El nino pattern that dictates the pattern storms and weather systems follow. Not snowfall totals and current temps.


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Just check the Noaa update and its looking like SW/Cali is going to be Epic this winter. check the link for the outlook-Climate Prediction Center - Seasonal Color Maps This just made my day right here. soo pumped. Snow wolf I hope this means you will be coming out here to AZ again. If this all pans out id think Feb-March might be a epic time to hit Backside of Snowbowl. Im leaving AZ in 2 years and I wanna ride Freemont peaks before I move. Sounds like this might be the winter to do it.
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Climatologists can "sort-of" predict ENSO by looking at ocean temperatures in a couple of spots out in the Pacific. Like meteorologists they are not always right, but there is a general pattern which indicates where the jet-stream is going to hang out. FYI you want the jet stream to be near you, it sends you precious gifts of Pow.

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I understand that they are outlooks based on data, but I'm very skeptical... Last year was La Nina so the Rockies were supposed to do well. Summit got screwed, but Southern CO got pounded. Ill take it one week at a time once the season is here...
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PRAY FOR SNOW IN TAHOOE.

Lets get it this year.
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I understand that they are outlooks based on data, but I'm very skeptical... Last year was La Nina so the Rockies were supposed to do well. Summit got screwed, but Southern CO got pounded. Ill take it one week at a time once the season is here...
Last year was cold on the west coast, but less precip than normal. Ya can't win...


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Damned us mid westerns deserve more snow than you guys. Tired of crap winters and riding all man made snow and ice. Moving is not an option either. Wish I could afford a trip but just not in the family budget

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Well, hopefully I can get the same luck as last year. My frst time boarding I happened to be blessed with 2 feet of fresh powder. I went as often as I could find the time... And each time I was blessed with atleast 6"+... And apparently it was a horrible season here in SoCal
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