Weather Prediction for New York
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twin58
January 8, 2005
Member since 04/1/2000
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catskills
January 10, 2005
Member since 06/29/2004
53 posts
Don't know anything about future weather predictions. What I do know is the skiing in the Catskill Mountains was awesome on Sunday Jan 9, 2005. Definitly one of the top 5 days for this season so far. Thanks to mother nature for covering the Catskills with 10+ inches of the white stuff. Nice to see white covering everyone's front lawns again. Hey its winter.
warren
January 10, 2005
Member since 07/31/2003
485 posts
Well,
Maybe for you it is, but not here in the Mid-Atlantic We're supposed to see several days in the upper-sixties/lower seventies Supposedly, there's relief in sight

-Warren-
catskills
January 10, 2005
Member since 06/29/2004
53 posts
Warren I hear what your saying. Fortunately its a free country ( if you have the money). You can ski wherever you want. Seems like a lot of down hillers are complaining this year. To warm, not enough snow, too much snow, road to ski area closed because of too much snow, ski area closed because of too much snow, avalanche takes a 14 year old boy right out of chairlift, etc. etc. etc.

As Lucille Ball would say, "somebody got some xplaining to do." Or maybe that was Dezi Arnaz.
warren
January 11, 2005
Member since 07/31/2003
485 posts
Catskills,
You're right. It is a free country and I'm flying to Whistler from 3/18 - 3/26 I've been there twice in late January and I've seen where they can get some good dumps in March By the way, that was Desi Arnez that said there was some splaining to do (and there definitely is this year )
-Warren-
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