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Silverton Snow Report - May 1, 2010

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  • Charles Thorn
    Hardrockers, Below is the Silverton UNOFFICIAL snow report for the 2010 season as of May 1st. The snowfall continues to be close to average with most San Juan
    Message 1 of 2 , May 12 7:05 AM
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      Hardrockers,

      Below is the Silverton UNOFFICIAL snow report for the 2010 season as of May
      1st. The snowfall continues to be close to average with most San Juan
      Mountain SNOTEL gauges showing below the 30 year average for snow water
      content. The last few weeks have seen significant snow melt according to the
      SNOTEL gauges.

      The SNOTEL web site provides a lot of snow water content and other data for
      Colorado and other western states.
      http://www.wrcc.dri.edu/snotel/snoareas.html

      I visited Silverton on Sunday, May 8th and there is a lot of snow up high.
      I dorve up to the Cunningham Aid Station. The Cunningham road had been
      plowed but, at several places, melting snowbanks almost blocked the road.
      The day was gray with snow flurries but the ground was not frozen. Water
      was roaring off the Dives waterfalls. I got a good look up Little Giant and
      all was white above tree line. I'm looking forward to getting up there for
      the run.

      Unofficial Seasonal Snowfall in Inches
      Silverton, CO, Elevation 9320
      Year Dec1 Jan1 Feb1 Mar1 Apr1 May1 Jun1
      91-92 51.75 66.25 76.25 91.25 124.75 131.25 131.25
      92-93 39.5 64 140 228 249 265
      272.5
      93-94 22 34 44.5 80 89 128.5
      130.5
      94-95 71 85.5 115 147 207.5 224
      242.5
      95-96 21 34 77 105.5 121 133 133
      96-97 48.5 78 132.5 153 160 178 179
      97-98 30 49 71.5 84.5 125 144.5 150
      98-99 46.1 62 89.6 102.4 114.2 159 190.4
      99-00 3.0 18.1 42.5 83.2 152.4 165.5 165.5
      00-01 32.8 51.5 79.4 114.0 137.3 169.3 184.6
      01-02 20.4 42.5 48.2 66.4 72.5 75.7 75.7
      02-03 46.7 65.2 86.4 110.6 128.6 138.9 142.7
      03-04 31 60 95.9 140.9 154.6 183.2 185.6
      04-05 34.7 45.3 114.9 153.6 177.6 194.7 196.2
      05-06 17.7 30.6 41.6 65.5 114.4 missing
      missing
      06-07 51.9 71.5 84.9 107.5 123.1 147.8 162.4
      07-08 17.7 78.2 166.9 209.3 221 232.8 246
      08-09 28.8 86.9 106.3 120.8 132.7 155 155
      09-10 NA 50.2 91.4 122.7 143.4 160.1

      Past years'
      averages = 34.1 55.8 89.6 120.2 144.7 166.2 173.1

      Charlie Thorn
      thorncha@...


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    • Don
      Charlie, On the Hardrock100 website page it says 16th Running and it should be 17th Running,Don Platt Sent from my iPhone On May 12, 2010, at 8:05 AM, Charles
      Message 2 of 2 , May 15 12:05 PM
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        Charlie, On the Hardrock100 website page it says 16th Running and it should be 17th Running,Don Platt

        Sent from my iPhone

        On May 12, 2010, at 8:05 AM, Charles Thorn <thorncha@...> wrote:

        Hardrockers,

        Below is the Silverton UNOFFICIAL snow report for the 2010 season as of May
        1st. The snowfall continues to be close to average with most San Juan
        Mountain SNOTEL gauges showing below the 30 year average for snow water
        content. The last few weeks have seen significant snow melt according to the
        SNOTEL gauges.

        The SNOTEL web site provides a lot of snow water content and other data for
        Colorado and other western states.
        http://www.wrcc.dri.edu/snotel/snoareas.html

        I visited Silverton on Sunday, May 8th and there is a lot of snow up high.
        I dorve up to the Cunningham Aid Station. The Cunningham road had been
        plowed but, at several places, melting snowbanks almost blocked the road.
        The day was gray with snow flurries but the ground was not frozen. Water
        was roaring off the Dives waterfalls. I got a good look up Little Giant and
        all was white above tree line. I'm looking forward to getting up there for
        the run.

        Unofficial Seasonal Snowfall in Inches
        Silverton, CO, Elevation 9320
        Year Dec1 Jan1 Feb1 Mar1 Apr1 May1 Jun1
        91-92 51.75 66.25 76.25 91.25 124.75 131.25 131.25
        92-93 39.5 64 140 228 249 265
        272.5
        93-94 22 34 44.5 80 89 128.5
        130.5
        94-95 71 85.5 115 147 207.5 224
        242.5
        95-96 21 34 77 105.5 121 133 133
        96-97 48.5 78 132.5 153 160 178 179
        97-98 30 49 71.5 84.5 125 144.5 150
        98-99 46.1 62 89.6 102.4 114.2 159 190.4
        99-00 3.0 18.1 42.5 83.2 152.4 165.5 165.5
        00-01 32.8 51.5 79.4 114.0 137.3 169.3 184.6
        01-02 20.4 42.5 48.2 66.4 72.5 75.7 75.7
        02-03 46.7 65.2 86.4 110.6 128.6 138.9 142.7
        03-04 31 60 95.9 140.9 154.6 183.2 185.6
        04-05 34.7 45.3 114.9 153.6 177.6 194.7 196.2
        05-06 17.7 30.6 41.6 65.5 114.4 missing
        missing
        06-07 51.9 71.5 84.9 107.5 123.1 147.8 162.4
        07-08 17.7 78.2 166.9 209.3 221 232.8 246
        08-09 28.8 86.9 106.3 120.8 132.7 155 155
        09-10 NA 50.2 91.4 122.7 143.4 160.1

        Past years'
        averages = 34.1 55.8 89.6 120.2 144.7 166.2 173.1

        Charlie Thorn
        thorncha@...

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