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Re: East on track for an average or better season

Postby Harvey44 » Wed May 27, 2015 5:25 am

Tony Crocker wrote:I just got the Mansfield Stake daily logs.

The stretch with no rain was from January 5 - April 9. The average temperatures for February were high 7F, low -9F. Both of these might be records.

The disparity in snowfall between the Mansfield Stake and the Stowe ski area (measured by powderfreak) is huge this year: 183.9 inches vs. 290 inches.


So what is the truth about Stowe? Is the NoVT conspiracy theory actually legit?

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Re: East on track for an average or better season

Postby Tony Crocker » Wed May 27, 2015 2:24 pm

Harvey44 wrote:So what is the truth about Stowe?

I mentioned this to my contact for Mansfield Stake, and he requested that I send him powderfreak's daily spreadsheet for comparison.

Jspin and powderfreak analyzed this issue exhaustively 5 years ago: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=8947&#p55109
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