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Major Snow Dump (Mon/Tues) - Lots of Stevens Discount Tckts

From: Jim M
Sent on: Sunday, March 28, 2010 11:30 AM
Hey Gang,

MAJOR SNOW DUMPAGE forcasted Monday & Tuesday (SEE BELOW FORECAST)
Winter is not over!!



LOTS of $35 STEVENS PASS SKI TCKTS LEFT


I (Jim Masters) either currently possess them for sale from friends, or know how you can get the last remaining ones. There is likely to be a run on these tickets like there was our last major storm dumpage. So get your cheap tckts while they last!
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We have been told by the local meteorologists each year that the Northwest Avalanche Center posts the most accurate updated forecasts of all weather sites (for skiers). With that said - see below forecast details pulled today!

Quoted TODAY from NWAC.com

Freezing Level: Stevens Pass
Monday morning 3,000 ft
Monday afternoon 2,000ft
Snow Forecasted:
Monday - 5-7"
Tuesday - 10-15"

"A very strong front such as we haven't seen for a long time like maybe since last fall is indicated by the GFS model to cross the area Sunday night and Monday morning. This should cause very strong ridge top winds and increasing heavy precipitation especially near and west of the crest Sunday night and into Monday morning. The front should cross the areas during the Monday early morning hours. The front should reach the Mt Hood area a little later than the Olympics and Washington Cascades. A short lull in winds and precipitation might be seen followed the front Monday morning since that is common. However a 180 knot jet stream should be over Oregon as indicated by the GFS model later Monday. An unstable and cool air mass should move to the Northwest Monday midday through evening. This should cause a period of moderate to heavy orographic showers in the Olympics and Cascades Monday midday through evening with greatly lowering snow levels. Winds and orographic precipitation should begin to decrease Monday night."


So Don't put those skis away for the spring yet. Its going to be wet and snowing all week up in the mountains!

Contact me via phone or email reply to this message.

Jim M
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