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Old 12-06-2013   #11
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I speculate that I'll be boating everyday whether it's high or low!

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Old 12-06-2013   #12
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Schutzie will do his part to ixnay the jinxay;
He is going to Hawaii for a week. Tomorrow.

Don't thank me; its the least I can do....................

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Old 02-03-2014   #14
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We got about 2 feet a night 3 nights in a row here in the vail valley and are supposed to get another 8 inches tonight. Dowd will be running high and for a long time!
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all good news it seems ! stoked. lmyers -wow- meteorology 101. im impressed. plus I doubt gannon is gonna boat anything next season seeing that the patch on his burn is bigger than he is......zing !!
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CO west-slope SWE is much above last year’s except for the San Juans. Those basins have exceeded 50% of the median peak.

The three month outlook is calling for near normal precipitation.

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Also from SNOTEL, I like this graph that breaks up the snowpack by major river basins.

NWCC - SNOTEL Snow Water Equivalent Update Graph
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If you are interested in what the runoff might be, it's best to look at percent of normal peak and not what the snowpack is typically today.

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