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  1. #34876
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    Brutal snowpack stats.
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  2. #34877
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    Percent of normal SWE is just used to sensationalize headlines this time of year if you ask me, one or two decent size storms is all it takes to flip it the other way.

    What we should be concerned about though are these temperatures!

  3. #34878
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowaddict91 View Post
    Percent of normal SWE is just used to sensationalize headlines this time of year if you ask me, one or two decent size storms is all it takes to flip it the other way.

    What we should be concerned about though are these temperatures!
    True re: the temps. Looks warm for awhile.

  4. #34879
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    To get ~3" of water by EOM, just to get back to average, would be one hell of a run.
    We did it in December 2016, and it didn't stop in January either. It be nice if that happened again!

  5. #34880
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    I've often thought of myself as an optimist.

    But I did throw the snow tires on the wife's ride this afternoon so the storm is definitely going to track north now.

  6. #34881
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowaddict91 View Post
    I've often thought of myself as an optimist.

    But I did throw the snow tires on the wife's ride this afternoon so the storm is definitely going to track north now.
    I'm not taking that risk. My wife can just crash her shit.

  7. #34882
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrenalated View Post
    I'm not taking that risk. My wife can just crash her shit.
    Don't worry, we've got that covered. My wife wants a new car so she won't buy snows for the shit box.

  8. #34883
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    I usually put snow tires on at Thanksgiving, haven't done it yet and have no idea when I will. Next week looks like a big step in the right direction but if it's just a one-off...

    Georgia vs. Alabama for the SEC Championship at 2pm today. You all know who to root for.
    "High risers are for people with fused ankles, jongs and dudes who are too fat to see their dick or touch their toes.
    Prove me wrong."
    -I've seen black diamonds!

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    Roll spliffs.
    Is it radix panax notoginseng? - splat

  10. #34885
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    Fucking Alabama. Go fuck yourself Blood Tide!!!

  11. #34886
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    Guess that's a wrap for '21-'22, maybe traffic will be light for getting my kid to the groomers at least.

    Anyone have the historical chart of tide rolling vs. not?
    "High risers are for people with fused ankles, jongs and dudes who are too fat to see their dick or touch their toes.
    Prove me wrong."
    -I've seen black diamonds!

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    ROLL DAMN TIDE


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    ROLL TIDE ROLL

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    Colorado Weather Discussion Thread

    When the fuck is Alabama going to be caught gaming the system. No way they’re clean.

    Once that happens, CO will be like LCC during a lake effect cycle.
    Last edited by The SnowShow; 12-04-2021 at 09:20 PM.

  14. #34889
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    Quote Originally Posted by bean View Post
    Guess that's a wrap for '21-'22, maybe traffic will be light for getting my kid to the groomers at least.

    t?
    wtf?

    its december 7th last time I checked winter where I live lasts until early may at least
    thats a long road ahead to be calling it a no show this early
    when I was a boy in the early 90s everyone was tweaking out cause they were fixing potholes in dec and there was no snow to be had
    christmas wishes and all that holiday specatcular wasn't going to happen cause it was so warm and dry
    sure enough it started snowing around christmas and a metric fuck ton it did dump

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    My crystal ball predicts a shit-show next weekend at WC. There will be a line of van-lifers waiting to slay the upper lodge toilets. Big dumps for all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastfred View Post
    wtf?
    "High risers are for people with fused ankles, jongs and dudes who are too fat to see their dick or touch their toes.
    Prove me wrong."
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    yo front range mtb punters are get there dream lift served bike park in evergreen only 850 ft of vert and they need to shut a few nimbys up to make it happen

    Could only imagine the outrage if they tried doing this in boulder county people throwing organic tomatoes w lots of Tibetan prayer flags and many of native american cerimonial dances to protect the sacred native land there 7,000 sq ft house is built on

    RIP full send bike ranch

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    Have to say, the sunrises every morning have been spectacular during this dry spell, some sunsets too.

    Just had to laugh at the crowds yesterday for what's open though, but it definitely seems like the M-F 9-5 crowd is full on again since covid started seeing the contrast between yesterday and during the week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamboocoreONLY View Post
    Have to say, the sunrises every morning have been spectacular during this dry spell, some sunsets too.

    Just had to laugh at the crowds yesterday for what's open though, but it definitely seems like the M-F 9-5 crowd is full on again since covid started seeing the contrast between yesterday and during the week.
    I was in Breck last night. That place never ceases to amaze. Had to park a mile from the Riverwalk and walk down Main Street right after the parade. What a scene, that place is hilarious. Do new CO transplants get issued a Burmese mountain dog at the border now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamboocoreONLY View Post
    I just try to imagine it like you're on a hill in Utah freeriding where it's also loose. Just float and flow!
    Yup. I remember the day I figured out how to ride that stuff. Was on Charlie’s Cutoff. Lock everything together and kind of surf it.

    And from that moment on I loved that “dirt”.

  21. #34896
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    Wildfire by Dumont now, windy and dry today isn’t going to help anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Name Redacted View Post
    Do new CO transplants get issued a Burmese mountain dog at the border now?
    I laughed pretty hard at this comment haha.

    GoBreck has a good main street webcam, I just watched the tree lighting on there even though my shop is a half block away, way too many people out there for my liking.

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    Wet avalanches and soft bumps were noted on BP yesterday on the way home from our Winter Park Christmas tree harvest. My son wore his Vans instead of boots without difficulty. The resort looked packed and the near collisions scared me from the highway.
    God help us, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timackie View Post
    Wet avalanches and soft bumps were noted on BP yesterday on the way home from our Winter Park Christmas tree harvest. My son wore his Vans instead of boots without difficulty. The resort looked packed and the near collisions scared me from the highway.
    God help us, please.
    Wet avalanches…in December. JFC!

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    Crazy fact It has snowed more in Hawaii than in Denver so far this year.

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