Good dump everywhere with cooler storm.

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Good dump everywhere with cooler storm.

Post by JM21760 » Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:26 pm

0706 AM HEAVY SNOW MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN 37.65N 119.03W
01/03/2006 95.0 INCH MONO CA PUBLIC

90-95 INCH SKI AREA STORM TOTAL AT 9000 FT. 6.29 INCHES
WATER EQUIVALENT IN 36 HOURS.

I would imagine Snow Nymph is pretty happy! Except for the shoveling perhaps? Looks like all areas finally got a good amount of snow.








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Post by Hikin Mike » Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:35 pm

I was wondering what you meant by "good dump everywhere"... :eek:

I wish the Tioga Passs webcam was updating. I'll bet there's a bunch of snow up there now!!

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Post by JM21760 » Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:42 pm

Yeah Man, almost 8 feet is a good dump! In 36 hours? Insane! :nod:
Avalanche time!

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