NWS forecasts the Shoe below freezing all week!
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The Colonel - DCSki Supporter
December 1, 2006
Member since 03/5/2004 🔗
3,107 posts
Here is the link to the National Weather Service forecasts for SNOWSHOE.
http://www.erh.noaa.gov/forecast/MapClick.php?CityName=Snowshoe&state=WV&site=RLX
The Colonel
rmcva
December 1, 2006
Member since 01/28/2004 🔗
187 posts
Looks like next weekend should be pretty good!
Snowmakers
December 1, 2006
Member since 11/23/2004 🔗
222 posts
You can hit 4444' on the point-click system.


http://www.erh.noaa.gov/forecast/MapClic...3&map.y=118


Im heading into the raging manmade blizzard up there tomorrow
fishnski
December 1, 2006
Member since 03/27/2005 🔗
3,530 posts
Mr. Makers, I tried clicking all over the place to find a higher elevation F-cast but couldn't do it! How did you find it?!?
The Colonel - DCSki Supporter
December 1, 2006
Member since 03/5/2004 🔗
3,107 posts
Snowmaker,
What is the "point-click" system, and how do you access and use it? Why is the web site I referenced showing slightly different data tan the one you referenced? How can you tell the altitude for the forecast?
Thanks....and think (and make) snow!!!
The Colonel
Murphy
December 1, 2006
Member since 09/13/2004 🔗
618 posts
You must have bad aim. I hit it on the first shot!

Click just below the "k" in Slaty Fork.
Snowmakers
December 1, 2006
Member since 11/23/2004 🔗
222 posts
Si Senor.

Right below the K.

I must admit, I am a weather guru (Its actually my career of passion). I spend alot of time on that site. Ive gotten to 4590' before, but not over Snowshoe. It was SW of Snowshoe.


All aside, Me and my friend will be up there tomorrow. Im riding a '06 Burton Retro Twin if anyone will be up there. Not that youll be able to see, anyway. Deffinately will be a day to not forget the goggles.
skier219
December 2, 2006
Member since 01/8/2005 🔗
1,318 posts
If anybody has a Mac with OS X 10.3.9 or higher, I wrote a weather program where you can plug in the latitude and longitude to get a direct point forecast:

http://hunter.pairsite.com/wx/

You can get the lat/lon of choice from Google Earth (I use 38.405, -79.990 for Snowshoe). Scott is using the same data feed for his point forecasts on DCSki now.
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