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  1. #201
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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    This is a pretty crazy stat that was posted today on the NWS Seattle's twitter feed :
    Can confirm. Was over in Forks a couple weeks ago and it was monsoon weather. Hiking 2 hours = soaked clothing even with rain gear. Just made it out of there before the Highway closed due to landslides.

  2. #202
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    I feel like OP cursed us claiming La Nina in the thread title lol. Makes me cringe to click on it

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    Maybe we should have had Emma Peel start it....like smashing a bottle of bubbly across the bow of the season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by garretvs View Post
    I feel like OP cursed us claiming La Nina in the thread title lol. Makes me cringe to click on it
    Or starting a thread without pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garretvs View Post
    I feel like OP cursed us claiming La Nina in the thread title lol. Makes me cringe to click on it
    God dammit!


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  6. #206
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    PNW 2021/2022 Season! La Nia ahead!

    Quote Originally Posted by garretvs View Post
    I feel like OP cursed us claiming La Nina in the thread title lol. Makes me cringe to click on it
    The SST anomaly pattern continues to indicate a strengthening La Nia in the equatorial Pacific. While the effects of La Nia are most typically felt later in the winter, the exception appears to be in the case of this thread where y'all are acting a little bitch.
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    The world needs more Donnely and less Stainless.

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    Lol

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  8. #208
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    The SST anomaly pattern continues to indicate a strengthening La Nia in the equatorial Pacific. While the effects of La Nia are most typically felt later in the winter, the exception appears to be in the case of this thread where y'all are acting a little bitch.

  9. #209
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    Seems like every year people get antsy thinking that skiing should start earlier but historically lift served skiing at most hills in WA doesnt really take off until mid December


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  10. #210
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    Rejoice those jealous of the WROD thread. Western WA will have it's very own WROD this weekend at Crystal:

    https://www.crystalmountainresort.co...mber-4-5?v=1.0

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    Hallelujah

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  14. #214
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
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    Shit, even Sugar is a step ahead. Is it fair to say that the PNW has been "Sugar'd" thusfar??

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  15. #215
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    Hasn't been cold enough to make much snow yet. But looks like mostly below freezing temps for the foreseeable future. Not much natural snow but good snowmaking conditions. Check back in on Saturday and that will be wall of wall ribbon of death.

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    Long term forecast shows a decent, cold storm on the way.

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    And I skied pow a week ago, so I can wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamtron View Post
    Long term forecast shows a decent, cold storm on the way.

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    And I skied pow a week ago, so I can wait.

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    Hints of a change for the better! I am jealous of your pow turns a week ago! Nice work

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentUnicorn View Post
    Seems like every year people get antsy thinking that skiing should start earlier but historically lift served skiing at most hills in WA doesnt really take off until mid December


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    Sure, but having most lifts spinning by mid-December usually implies you're not starting with bare dirt on December 1st. Bare dirt on 12/1 = justified antsiness.

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    Hell, when T-Line looks like this December 2nd, everyone is getting punchy. 45 fucking degrees at 6k
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    Cliff Mass discussed how yesterday's temperatures east of the Cascades (some places seeing 70 degrees) were just as anomalous as the June heat wave.
    https://cliffmass.blogspot.com/2021/...atwave-of.html

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    These are not the historic events I'd like to experience. I'm looking for historic snowfall rates at the 1000 foot and above zone...Record breaking bases at our ski resorts...those kinds of historic events, please....

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    Cliff Mass discussed how yesterday's temperatures east of the Cascades (some places seeing 70 degrees) were just as anomalous as the June heat wave.
    https://cliffmass.blogspot.com/2021/...atwave-of.html
    Very interesting. As most of you know, that June heat event is basically what started the miserable summer over here. I wonder what this warm spell foretells for the near future.
    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
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    Quote Originally Posted by plugboots View Post
    Very interesting. As most of you know, that June heat event is basically what started the miserable summer over here. I wonder what this warm spell foretells for the near future.
    Or maybe we just needed a bookend to the misery?????
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    That would be nice. Snow this weekend I hear.
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    long range looking ok


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