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Second weekend of December outlook

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Temperature Outlook

Cold air is moving into the Northeast today, and it will be here to stay for the foreseeable future. The long range forecast is for below-average forecast at least the next two weeks. Snowmakers will be working overtime. Below are the surface temperature anomalies for the next two weeks.

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This Weekend

This weekend looks tranquil with a low chance of very light snow -- not enough to do anything but look pretty. A wave low pressure should stay just offshore. There is still model disagreement with whether light snow will reach coastal areas, but it should stay far enough out to miss ski country. Below is one of the more snowy model solutions.

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For those of you attending our season kick-off and demo day at Bretton Woods on Saturday, expect highs in the 20s and calm wind. The snow should be hardpack after this week's rain. Hopefully a couple of grooming cycles will allow them to recover.

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No Snow?

While the ingredients are in place, right now there's no sign of significant snow over the next several days. Anything beyond early next weeks remains uncertain, but nothing stands out at this time. The 10-day forecast shows only light accumulations, with the possible exception of the higher terrain of northern Vermont. There they could see a total of several inches of light, fluffy snow, but nothing of the quality needed to build a base.

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