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Sierra's, Tahoe (active wthr pattern)
« on: 01/16/10, 02:45 PM »

 - some decent accumulation from the last system.  it put down a ft., and a couple inches from the little system before it.  it was some warmer type snow, which helped out with not hitting bottom - since it wasnt dry fluff. the 3 main slopes all had nice looking tracks.  (eventually, I need to post some pics)

* * things are going to become very active next wk. regarding storms.  I was skiing a Tahoe resort today, and a gal told me she heard 7 ft of new, and down at the higher elevations of Mammoth, numbers are at 8 - 12 ft.

     were sittin' at 75 % of avg. currently, so we should be above 100 % with the new snowfall !!
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