By Tim Roberts \ February 3 2008 \ 0 Comments
I went riding today and I decided that this is about the best as I've ever seen the snow conditions get. After weeks of constant snow storms the conditions are bottomless. Even when it's tracked up, it's still soft. Today I was catching air off of everything I could find and with the way it's dumping out, it was just filling up right behind you. I ran some queries the other day in the Snow Report database and here are some interesting numbers that I came up with:
So far this season:
341 inches of new snow.
65 powder days.
Longest stretch of continuous powder days: 14
Second place: 10 consecutive days.
And it's still getting deeper. Tomorrow will be yet another powder day. Can it get better than this? Stay tuned.
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