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  1. #126
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    It is snowing in Leysin (1264m at my place) since about 09h30, Tuesday.
    I watched the storm come across from the West/South West.
    That will be my last snow report until I see 50cm fresh.
    Then photos!!!

    As for off piste, take care all. Av is one thing, but coverage is another.
    There wasn't much coverage so far this year, only about 1m total accumulation.

    I teach all day tom/Wed, thus I will be skiing on Thursday onward.
    May it dump well...
    Ski, Bike, Climb.
    Resistence is futile.

  2. #127
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    Looks like rain at 2400 in LaGrave



    http://www.la-grave.com/english/webcam2400.php#2400

    Please correct me if I am wrong...

  3. #128
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    I think it's just snow melting on the lens. The rocks in the background look to be getting covered.

    This morning at Le Chazelet (1850m)


    This afternoon
    Last edited by bad_roo; 01-18-2005 at 08:20 AM.

  4. #129
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    Quote Originally Posted by KANUTTEN


    http://www.la-grave.com/english/webcam2400.php#2400

    Please correct me if I am wrong...
    It's snow. It's wet, but it's snow. Verbier's central place (1500 m.) is becoming white


  5. #130
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    AFter skinning GSB with LITT yesterday, we descended to the parking lot and... down the valley it came. Big, fat flakes rushing in at breakneck speed. We hauled ass back to Argentiere this afternoon and are watching the snow drift... or rather pour, out of the sky. This better keep up, Grand Montets tram may be closed tomorrow but we'll definitely find something. The plan is to head to La Grave tomorrow evening, but if they're not getting anything and Cham is, who knows...

    LG has to be getting something, though. I'll check the reports again tomorrow.

    Not on here much anymore. Drop me an email if you want to contact me. Have a wonderful winter!

  6. #131
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    Posted this over on another thread but the storm that was supposed to kill the suisse alps either hasnt arrived or didnt appear. Some small flakes in town but +6 and melting. They turned on the town fountain. I see some scattered flakes now so maybe it is moving in.

  7. #132
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    Whoa was I wrong


    Snow here now.
    NOW
    NOOOOOOW
    Pow skiing tomorrow.

  8. #133
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    As Snowfire reported, we descended Gd-St-B with fresh and plenty of blowing snow. From 2200m and above: all mountains disappear.

    From Martigny to Lac Leman I had occasional showers. I rounded Lac Leman past Lausanne on the way home to Geneve. I can report: Heavy, heavy rains and high winds slowed all traffic to 100-110 kph. Storm has arrived!!!
    when not on the snow what else do i do...

    http://www.jatho-craftsman.blogspot.com/

  9. #134
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    Wink

    YAY!

    But Jeez, that video you sent me of your nekkid snow dance has scarred me.

  10. #135
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    I did predict that I would bring snow to the suisse, just like the canadiens, but I must learn this naked snow dance.

    DUMPING DDDDUMPING

  11. #136
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    Smile

    Snowing down to 200 m now!!!!!!

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    snow levels may rise in western swiss up to 1500m again on thursday, but the second wave hitting friday looks massive.
    models predict 20-25mm of precip in 6 hours.( but it will snow the whole day......giving much much more in 24h.)

    which would result in at least 25-30cm snow in the same time
    concerning the high mountains these values might be at least 50% more woohooo 5-6cm per hour..... or more.
    Add up these 6hour values for geneva until the 23rd!!!! more than 100mm of precip down in geneva ! (warning this pic will only reflect the outrageous and extatic state of mind of the poster until 11pm cet.)
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_roo
    January 21st - the day I've scheduled some snowfall for the French Alps.
    MeteoSuisse got nothing on me.

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    hey roo could you please talk to ULLR earlier next season.

    and while im at it: could you talk to him at least every 2 weeks ?
    If he needs another car, booze or young female frost godesses(not that i know any but there must be some out there.... ) im sure the euromaggots will hook him up
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

  15. #140
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    DUUUMPING!!!

  16. #141
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    Quote Originally Posted by KANUTTEN


    http://www.la-grave.com/english/webcam2400.php#2400

    Please correct me if I am wrong...
    Snowing on and off when I went to Grenoble at 5pm, temperature about 2C. Very heavy snow at around 500 meters and the ploughs were working hard. Looks like a good dump today.

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    ahahahahhahhahahahahahahhahahaaa........... the forecasts get better as the day goes next week is gonna be a frenzy

    Maybe ill join Odin in Engelberg for a few days, but The mini should ave some niiice conditions too.
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

  18. #143
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    verb: 10 cm at 1500, 25 above 2500
    ..... an more to follow!

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    Central switzerland /Berner Oberland and the northeast got up to 35-40cm already.
    But the first wave wasn't supposed to bring more than 30cm in most areas so Verbier is just at the average. The second wave hitting tomorrow should be more fun and the one on sat/sun.....too hrr hrr

    edit: me stoneage man, me not keyboard able.
    Last edited by subtle plague; 01-19-2005 at 02:27 AM.
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

  20. #145
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    good lord it's about time! just makes the heart feel a bit better to see some of that glorious white stuff.

  21. #146
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    St Anton 15 cm fresh much more to come ......

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    meteoschweiz official warning.
    ill leave out the text and give you the warning sign. probability of 100cm snow and more in the next 3 days:


    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

  23. #148
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    Quote Originally Posted by subtle plague
    meteoschweiz official warning.
    ill leave out the text and give you the warning sign. probability of 100cm snow and more in the next 3 days:


    dude. i'm cancelling la grave!







    at least for the next 3 days......

  24. #149
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ripzalot
    teleal would be the master of the nekkid snow dance. the boy ain't got NO rhythm tho...here's the non-nekkid version:
    Yeah, but I got down on it, and look what it brought us!!!
    My dice rolled Wednesday, my teaching day,
    but Leysin is looking fine and I plan to ski tom.

    Ante up you maggots, I want to see y'all dancing for some more pow.
    Sat image is looking active and gooooooooood.
    Ski, Bike, Climb.
    Resistence is futile.

  25. #150
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    holy colder than a witches tit! bring your woolies to la grave, looks like -20C midweek

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