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Author Topic: Dry walk for Thursday at No. Conway  (Read 123 times)

Liam

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Dry walk for Thursday at No. Conway
« on: November 12, 2002, 05:57:49 PM »

HOping all the snow is gone and the wet will be dry by thrusday morning. What do people think.  ANd thanks ahead atime.
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Re: Dry walk for Thursday at No. Conway
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2002, 08:19:01 PM »

it's been raining all day today, Tuesday, and the forecast is for some more rain tomorrow. most if not all the snow is gone now, even off the Mountain. if we get some sun there will definitely be some stuff to climb - in the usual areas.  
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Re: Dry walk for Thursday at No. Conway
« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2002, 08:26:12 PM »

hmmm...I saw the forecast, it seems like at least at the summit it was slightly below freezing. Possibly the highest elevations are picking up snow?

well, in any case I think there's a chance for actual snow later in the week and the weekend...remember winter is only on its way...:)
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Re: Dry walk for Thursday at No. Conway
« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2002, 08:31:19 PM »

see, here's the report from the obervatory at 7 this evening...

The Night Observer Returns... A very nice day up here because for most of the day the higher summits were free of clouds. Right after noontime some very light snow started to fall and, surprisingly, visibility stayed rather high for most of the afternoon. Snowfall intensity started to pick up near sunset and the fog came in too - but - the windspeed has diminished and the snow is actually 'falling.' It only 'falls' here once and a while, so our Crew and Volunteers went out to see what it was like! Tomorrow, when the winds pick up again, whatever fell today will have a chance to fall again tomorrow, in Tuckerman's!!
Ken Rancourt, Meteorologist and part-time night person.
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