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Old 03-04-2011, 04:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Check out Johns Weather forecast for Pittsburg Monday!!

I hope this forcast sticks for Pittsburg on Monday! should be some killer off trail the next few weeks. Maybe there will be a May first ride this year out of East Inlet.


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Dense overcast. Snow likely. High 17, but temperatures falling in the afternoon. Wind chill ranging from -6 to 8. Wind north around 10 mph, gusting to 18 mph. Chance of precipitation 80 percent. Precipitation (liquid equivalent) mostly between 1 and 2 inches. Snow accumulation 15 to 20 inches
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Going up on 17-20, so I hope it's still good riding. Had to cancel last year due to the lack of snow.
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Going up on 17-20, so I hope it's still good riding. Had to cancel last year due to the lack of snow.

We are gonna be up there the same days, staying in the lower maggaloway cabins overlooking the lake. I think the riding will be great that week!
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We're renting a house from lopstick on 1st Conn Lake
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We're renting a house from lopstick on 1st Conn Lake

We will be down the hill from you, we rented maggaloway 1, 2 and 3. Stop by for a beer and say hi, we usually are back at the cabin by 6 to end our riding and have a few beers. Enjoy your trip!
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This morning, Saturday, John is still predicting 12 to 16 inches for Sunday night in his latest forecast.
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We will be down the hill from you, we rented maggaloway 1, 2 and 3. Stop by for a beer and say hi, we usually are back at the cabin by 6 to end our riding and have a few beers. Enjoy your trip!
We might do that. Enjoy your trip trip too.
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yep for the northern trails north of the notch 12-24 inches of heavy wet snow and lesser amounts south. so this storm comes in bad but saves the best trails in the state.
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And with the colder weather coming in after, the trails should be great by Tuesday morning. You need to give us OFs and groomers a chance to pack it down and smooth it out!
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Storm Blasting Northeast with Heavy Snow, Flooding

By Bill Deger, Meteorologist


Mar 6, 2011; 6:34 AM ET
A moisture-packed storm will batter the Northeast today through early on Monday, bringing up to 3 inches of flooding rain for some, while others could see more than a foot of wet snow.

The big cites of the Northeast should escape the brunt of this storm, though many areas further inland will be hammered with heavy rain and snow that will severely disrupt travel.

Heavy Snow Across the Interior

With cold air wrapping around the storm today, rain will transition to snow from west to east across the western half of Pennsylvania, upstate New York and northern New England. During the transition, a period of sleet or freezing rain could occur.



A larger version of this map is available at the AccuWeather.com Winter Weather Center. Scroll down for a version in centimeters.

By this evening, an all-out snowstorm will be underway from northern Pennsylvania through northern New York, complete with heavy wet snow accumulating at a rate of more than an inch an hour in some areas.

Overnight and early on Monday morning, snow will expand north and increase in intensity across northern Vermont, New Hampshire, northwestern Maine and southeastern Quebec.

While heavy snow is only expected to occur within a window of about 6 hours in most locations, accumulations will be impressive. A foot or more of snow is expected in places such as Syracuse, N.Y., Burlington, Vt., and Quebec City, Quebec (30 cm or more).

Because of the heavy, wet nature of the snow, widespread power outages are possible from the weight of the snow on power lines. Driving will also be dangerous for a time, as the pace of the snow might be too quick for road crews to keep up.



Winds gusting above 30 mph at times will help to reduce driving visibility to well under a mile during heavy snow.

Fortunately, most of the snow will be over by the Monday morning commute, with the exception of far northern New England and Quebec. Travel along Autoroute 20 from Montreal to Quebec will be treacherous to begin the workweek.

Potential for Flooding

Farther south, and even for some areas expected to receive snow later today, heavy rain exasperating flooding problems is a big concern.

Flooding is already ongoing across many creeks, streams and even larger rivers from the Ohio valley into the mid-Atlantic.



While rain is ending across the Ohio Valley, up to 3 inches of new rain will fall through tonight from the Appalachians into New England. Along the I-95 corridor, including Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston, lesser amounts of an inch or less are expected.

Making the situation even worse is an existing snowpack from northern Pennsylvania through New England, melting with the heavy rain and mild temperatures today. Because of this, areas downstream that get less rain will also experience flooding, in some cases a few days from now.

Always drive slower during heavy rain and never cross areas where water is flowing across the road.



Expected liquid precipitation through Monday. A large portion of this precipitation will fall as snow along the northern and western edges.

Areas such as central Pennsylvania, eastern New York and central New England will be changing to snow following a couple inches of rain, raising another problem: a rapid freeze-up as temperatures nosedive. What might be a slushy mess initially will freeze underneath accumulating snow, resulting in a hidden danger for motorists.

Farther south, across the Delmarva, Virginia and the Carolinas, strong thunderstorms today will also raise the risk for flash flooding.

This is continuing to look SERIOUS!
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