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Hardrock Snow Report 01-2

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  • Charles T. Thorn
    Below is the Hardrock snow situation as of January 1, 2001. After Christmas there has been very little snow in the San Juans and relatively warm, sunny skies.
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 8, 2001
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      Below is the Hardrock snow situation as of January 1, 2001. After
      Christmas there has been very little snow in the San Juans and relatively
      warm, sunny skies. I went up to Silverton on January 6-7 and found the
      steep south facing slopes are pretty much clear of snow to tree line. The
      snow gauge on Coal Bank Hill showed 2.5 feet of snow. The water content of
      the snowpack across the San Juan Mountains of Colorado is reported to be
      from 102% to 81% of normal.

      Charlie Thorn

      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 51.51

      Charlie Thorn
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