Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Higher elevations of New England Receive Snow

" From NECN-11/6/07 12:29 p.m.) NECN Cable News meteorologist Matt Noyes is calling for a breezy day with periodic rain, highs in the 40s and 50s. Tonight there will be gradual clearing, cool, with scattered mountain snow showers in the Green Mountains, lows in the 30s."
The higher Elevations above 2000 feet of new England have received 1 to 5 inch's of Snow so far today. Sugarloaf USA in Maine has 5 Itch's on top The rumors of of New England Ski Resorts opening by this weekend. New England is also looking at 2 to 3 storms moving in from the west and from the ocean over the next week. A mass opening of resorts could happen if conditions are right There is a cold from coming in with the storms from the west. I have heard a prediction of 10 inch's plus in the mountains. Along with the snow making that most northern resorts have been doing should make openings possible at places like Okemo and Killington in Vermont Bretton Woods in New Hampshire along with Sugarloaf USA and Sunday River in Maine.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and so far so good for skiing and Snowboarding before Then. Keep your eye on the resort Web Sites . Cape Cod and the South Shore sure took a beating in the last storm. To bad that wasn't snow in the mountains. It would have been between 3 and 4 feet. After all parts of Maine received 5 inch's of rain.
From Sunday River Maine : "Current forecasts say that snowmaking temps return either tonight or Wednesday night and that means the snowmaking team will be back out wielding their guns on T2, Cascades, Sunday Punch, Jungle Punch and possibly others. We're still on track for an opening day of Nov. 9th. If the weather and temps cooperate it could be even earlier." COOL
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