Friday, January 7, 2011

Hold On To Your Hats...

So, our Norlun trough seems to be a bit of a bust, but don't jump to conclusions. This system will suck in moisture for the Atlantic and should give us a good coating of 4-6 inches by Saturday--just enough to make things look pretty again and, hopefully, allow certain flat terrain skiers to ply their trade on Sunday at Cranwell.

But, the really big news is that we have not one but two storms in the pipeline. Shama-lama-ding-dong!There's a nice wall of moisture lurking west of Mexico that is just itching to leap into the Gulf, slurp up some moisture, and then head northeast up the Atlantic coast. You got it, kids--we're talking nor'easter on Wednesday. And, a very similar scenario is possible for the beginning of week after. The only downer with the second storm is that it could fall on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, which, as you know, we already have off. Alas, we should know that beggars can't be choosers.

Loving that low in the Gulf, just loving it.

Get excited about Wednesday's storm--the potential for a snow day is as high as the snow drifts from the December 26th nor'easter. Bring it on, Freeze Miser!

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