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I've got about 5" so far here in Littleton. Still snowing hard.

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About the same here in Gorham at 2:00 am. Snowing like crazy right now, BRING IT ON!

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First Connecticut Lake at 7:15 am. 5" of granular damp snow with a little sleet. As long as we don't get a downpour this should help the trails quite a bit.


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Sweet. More in the elevations of Groton I hope. Won't be long we had 6-8" on ground last week...2' the other day and now this. We will take it any way we can even if its at a few inches at a time!


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3"-4" of very wet snow at 10:00am in Loudon.Temperature is above freezing, and heading up. If this stuff gets a chance to freeze starting tomorrow morning, it could be a pretty good base. We should have several days of cold weather this week.


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2-3"in Northwood this morning. 0-1" by 10pm after the tropical heat wave and changeover to rain we've got now.

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WELL, cheated again, 1-2" topped by ice here in Newport


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We got 2-3" of cement (wet, heavy slush).

The temps are still cold enough for icing here in So. NH

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About 5" here in Island Pond, VT. Before this little storm we didn't have all that much snow on the ground. I was shocked at all the sleds I saw in town yesterday when I drove through late in the afternoon. It had to have been pretty tough sledding out there.



Once this storm freezes up we should have a really good base, especially on the logginng roads just outside of town. All we'll need is a few inches of fluff for cooling and I may be able to get out for my first ride of the season :good:


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5-6" in Gilford. A slight crunch on top of the powder but mostly powder.

Took a few spins around the house and finally did a photo-op of the 2015 fleet.

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Seven Lakes Club got 3-5 inches of new snow yesterday. Six of us went out with the Tucker and three wide tracks, rolled, groomed and cut approx. 40 to 50 trees down and across Corr #19 from the club house to Rte 16. It took 7 hrs to cover 35 miles of trail. Boy were we tired, and I was the youngest at


age 62.


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