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Links to current conditions in the North Cascades

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Blake, not yet, gotta gear up for the season though. BG, your welcome! Anyone have a link that they like to see added either reply or pm and I could put it up on the link.

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So far the snowpack is very low this year.


See here:



Which fits in line with the NOAA forecast. See here:






And fits the long range forecast which is here:



Bottom line. I think we will 60%-70% average snowpack compared to normal. Somewhat similar to the 2002-2003 year and I think the 2000-2001 year but not quite sure...


I sure hope my guess is wrong--I would rather see more snow.

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2 days ago the road was passable all the way to eldorado tralhead at mp 20 - mgane t's been snowng snce then though. chans requred to be sure. beware fallng trees!

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