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March could be wettest ever

Mar 31, 2012 | 2 Comments

By the Associated Press and N-R staff

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11:16 am - Sat, March 31 2012
Michael Tubbs Sr said:
Cool capture, Marcus.
08:24 am - Sun, April 1 2012
Don Dix said:
The Cascade snowpack isn't usually an issue until the end of March, or later. This year, 10 -13 feet of snow fell during March in the mountains. And at this time the snowpack is 110% of average.

"Below 6,000 feet, it's actually tearing snow off,"Shawn Weagle (NWS) said. For a few hours, Shawn, for a few hours. The freezing level dropped to 3100 feet by Saturday morning, and Ski Bowl (3900') had 8 inches by Sat. @ noon. No more 'tearing'.

Common sense is a real threat to the government's hype and fear act we witness so often.

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