Category Archive: Weather

Feb 26

Photo of the Week: Two Feet on the Roof

While sorting through some photographs from the mid-February storm cycle here in the Northeast, this one caught our eyes. It’s the view out a two foot by two foot domed skylight above the pantry in our home, while buried by more than two feet of freshly settled snow on the roof. It’s pretty cool to …

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Dec 22

Photo of the Week: 5 Reasons the Christmas Curse Isn’t So Bad

The Christmas Curse, a spell of unseasonably warm and often rain-producing weather that occurs around Christmas time, is nothing unusual. Many of us have come to expect it, and for those who feel let down by the Snow Gods after such a great run of snow in late November and December, we urge you to …

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Nov 15

Photo of the Week: SNOWvember 2013

After a great week of skiing…on top of all of the other usual preparations for winter underway…we’re too wiped to say much this week. But the facts are simple… Approximately 12-30″ of progressively cold, fluffy powder fell upon the northern Green Mountains during this past week…with lesser amounts falling in the southern Greens, over the …

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Mar 09

Photo(s) of the Week: A Taste of Spring in the Alpine

Although it was gusting to 80mph atop Mt. Washington, NH on Friday, and temps were still in the teens across the north country at sunrise today (Saturday), Old Man Winter has handed the reins to his good friend Spring for the weekend – even in the alpine regions of the Northeast. Most solar aspects experienced …

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Dec 15

Photo (Image) of the Week: SNOW LIKELY

While it’s still officially fall for a nearly another week, a wintry forecast here for the mountains of the Northeast (like the one depicted here, for north-central VT) is a sight for sore skiers’ eyes. And while this is still just a forecast (Courtesy: NWS), it is one of many that have been trending toward …

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Aug 17

Photo of the Week: Deep Thoughts

It’s late August. Summer has crested. Pre-dawn temps might dip below forty degrees in some colder mountain zones this weekend. It’s dumping in the Andes. And the first issues of Backcountry and Powder magazines have already hit news stands. Ahhhh… It won’t be long now. Meanwhile, the hype about the winter season ahead has become …

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