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US Extended Snowfall Outlook
Updated October 28, 2017

LAST DAYS OF OCTOBER/ EARLY NOVEMBER...
High pressure ridging will shift to the eastern US starting this coming week, for an overall warm-up (some low pressure systems will still affect the northeast at times).

--Low pressure develops/ deepens across the western US, with colder air and snow likely for western US resort areas again. The resort areas from Mammoth-Tahoe and north to the Cascades and Inland Northwest US, east to Utah and Colorado, will all see about a week to 10 days (Nov 02/03 to Nov 10/12) of frequent snows, some heavy, to build up the early season base depths. If you want the real insight on what is coming in the longer range, useable information, then keep checking back with the site that has been "Predicting Sick Days since 1998". Most of the information above was posted 8 days ago. Have a great season! CM

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↑63° / 17c°

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Mostly sunny

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None Expected

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From the E at 13 to 18 MPH.

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Mostly sunny

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None Expected

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None Expected

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From the E at 8 to 14 MPH.

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↑67° / 19c°

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Mostly sunny

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None Expected

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None Expected

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From the ESE at 8 to 14 MPH.

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↑66° / 19c°

↓46° / 8c°

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Mostly sunny

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None Expected

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None Expected

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From the SSE at 9 to 12 MPH.

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↑66° / 19c°

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Mostly sunny

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None Expected

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None Expected

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From the SSE at 8 to 14 MPH.

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↑64° / 18c°

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Mostly sunny

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None Expected

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From the SSW at 8 to 16 MPH.

Mt. Abram Ski Resort has long been a favorite of families, especially those with children. Even now, when families can travel just a little further to a mega-resort, many prefer the intimate feel of Mt. Abram Ski Resort. This is fostered by the fact that at the end of the day, or at lunch for that matter, it is easy to round up the family as there is only one base area and the parking lot is nearby — easily accessible for forgotten mittens, goggles or other items left in the car. The mountain provides beginner to expert terrain, enough to keep skiers of all abilities happy, but with an emphasis on intermediate level cruising. There is a 2-1/2-mile long Easy Rider with spectacular views, the Bullwinkle cruising trail, heat pumping Rocky's Run and two new fall-line bump runs. Mt. Abram Ski Resort offers a permanent half-pipe for snowboards on Dudley-Do-Right, an intermediate trail located on the main face of the mountain. The Mt. Abram Ski Resort Ski School emphasizes ski building for all ages, with special attention to children and a learn-to-ski program. Plenty of accommodations — from mountainside condos to country inns — can be found in Bethel and neighboring towns. Easy to Get There To get to Mt. Abram Ski Resort from the south , take the Maine Turnpike to Exit 11 at Gray. Go north on Route 26, 45 miles. Ski Mt. Abram will be on your left in Locke Mills. From the north , take I-95 to Exit 39 at Newport. Go west on Route 2 through Rumford to Route 232 south. Turn right and travel north on Route 26 to Locke Mills. Mt. Abram Ski Resort will be on your left. From the west , take Route 2 east to Route 26 south to Locke Mills. Mt. Abram Ski Resort will be on your right. From the east in Augusta, take Route 202 west to Route 133 to Route 219 to Route 26 north to Locke Mills. Mt. Abram Ski Resort will be on your left.