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    Lots of snow up north

    For those who may be considering heading into the whites this weekend, keep in mind there was a lot of wet sticky snow overnight and its still snowing. It probably will make for some nasty trail conditions. I have about a 12" in the yard in Gorham. The trees are covered with snow. Its predicted to warm up tomorrow and that usually leads to the dripping trees phenomenon, so plan to get wet. Given the timing of the storm parking lots may not be plowed and in the AM and the crews may still be doing clean up along the roads. That means parking along the side of the road may be risky as the state will tow cars blocking plowing operations.

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    Staying home and local sounds even better....

    We had a few stray flakes when the wind blows just right.
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    Have fun & be safe
    Mike P.

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    112 & 118 had ~18 inches

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    Nothing meaningful in N. Conway.

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