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  • Charles T. Thorn
    Hello All, We are into the Silverton snow reports already this year. Can Hardrock training be far behind? I hope everyone is enjoying this winter and ready
    Message 1 of 12 , Dec 9, 2003
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      Hello All,

      We are into the Silverton snow reports already this year. Can
      Hardrock training be far behind?

      I hope everyone is enjoying this winter and ready for the holidays.

      Charlie
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      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


      Charlie Thorn
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    • Gordon Hardman
      I am putting on weight so I ll have something to lose after New Years.... Happy holidays Gordon ... -- Gordon Hardman V.P., Chief Technical Officer
      Message 2 of 12 , Dec 9, 2003
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        I am putting on weight so I'll have something to lose after New
        Years....

        Happy holidays

        Gordon

        "Charles T. Thorn" wrote:
        >
        > Hello All,
        >
        > We are into the Silverton snow reports already this year. Can
        > Hardrock training be far behind?
        >
        > I hope everyone is enjoying this winter and ready for the holidays.
        >
        > Charlie
        > --------------
        >
        > 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
        >
        > Charlie Thorn
        > thorn@...

        --
        Gordon Hardman

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        6185 Arapahoe Ave. fax:
        303.473.9660
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        And a heaven in a wild flower,
        Hold infinity in the palm of your hand
        And eternity in an hour.

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      • carolyn erdman
        Now you al be nice to the Silverton kids that are coming down to visit the lab. Carolyn ... From: Charles T. Thorn To:
        Message 3 of 12 , Dec 9, 2003
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          Now you al be nice to the Silverton kids that are coming down to visit the
          lab.

          Carolyn
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          > Hello All,
          >
          > We are into the Silverton snow reports already this year. Can
          > Hardrock training be far behind?
          >
          > I hope everyone is enjoying this winter and ready for the holidays.
          >
          > Charlie
          > --------------
          >
          >
          > 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
          >
          >
          > Charlie Thorn
          > thorn@...
        • Charles T. Thorn
          Greetings from snowy Los Alamos, Below is the snow accumulation for Silverton up through the end of January. Silverton received about 30 inches of snow during
          Message 4 of 12 , Feb 12, 2004
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            Greetings from snowy Los Alamos,

            Below is the snow accumulation for Silverton up through the end of
            January. Silverton received about 30 inches of snow during the first
            week of the year but not much after that. Los Alamos got about a
            foot of snow last night but I don't think there was much snow in the
            San Juans from this storm. The San Juan Mountains currently have
            about 94% of normal snowfall for this time of year.

            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


            Charlie Thorn
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          • Charles T. Thorn
            Hello All, Below is the Silverton snow report as of May first. April was fairly wet in the San Juans with about 30 inches of snow at Silverton. From various
            Message 5 of 12 , May 14, 2004
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              Hello All,

              Below is the Silverton snow report as of May first. April was fairly
              wet in the San Juans with about 30 inches of snow at Silverton. From
              various San Juan Mountain SNOTEL sites, the snow water content is
              very close to normal for this time of year.

              I was in Silverton over the May 8-9 weekend and there was a lot of
              snow in the north facing tree slopes and above treeline. Many
              avalanches had recently run on the higher slopes. There was even
              snow in town, especially on the north sides of houses, from the heavy
              snowfall on about April 30th. The Coal Bank Hill (10,600+') snow
              gauge showed 1.5 feet of snow and water was running off the hills all
              around. The Mineral Creek crossing was not particularly high but, it
              was very COLD. However, the Uncompaghre River was dirty and really
              roiling.

              I'm looking forward to July.

              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


              Charlie Thorn
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            • Charles T. Thorn
              Below is the Silverton snow report as of the end of 2004. In order to provide a comparison, I ve inserted a line to show the average snowfall for the previous
              Message 6 of 12 , Jan 16, 2005
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                Below is the Silverton snow report as of the end of 2004. In order
                to provide a comparison, I've inserted a line to show the average
                snowfall for the previous Hardrock years.

                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

                Past years'
                averages = 35.7 54.6 84.5 115.9 141.2 161.2 167.9

                04-05 34.7 45.3

                Charlie Thorn
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              • Charles T. Thorn
                Hello Hardrockers, The Silverton newspaper reported one of the highest January snowfalls on record. As you can see below, there was a lot of snow. The San
                Message 7 of 12 , Feb 12, 2005
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                  Hello Hardrockers,

                  The Silverton newspaper reported one of the highest January snowfalls
                  on record. As you can see below, there was a lot of snow. The San
                  Juan Mountains have well above the normal snowpack. There's a lot of
                  snow up there. I can't wait to see how much remains for the run but,
                  I'm already thinking about going up Virginius this year.

                  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
                  Past years'
                  averages = 35.7 54.6 84.5 115.9 141.2 161.2 167.9

                  04-05 34.7 45.3 114.9

                  Charlie Thorn
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                • Charles T. Thorn
                  Below is the Silverton snow report as of April 1st. The snowpack across the San Juans is roughly 1.3 times normal. However, snowpack has begun to decrease in
                  Message 8 of 12 , Apr 21, 2005
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                    Below is the Silverton snow report as of April 1st. The snowpack
                    across the San Juans is roughly 1.3 times normal. However, snowpack
                    has begun to decrease in the last week. Long range forecasts
                    indicate about normal temperatures and precipitation for the next
                    three months.

                    SNOTEL is a great web site that provides real time measures of
                    temperatures, snowpack, and precip. It's at:
                    http://www.wrcc.dri.edu/snotel/snoareas.html

                    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
                    Past years'
                    averages = 35.7 54.6 84.5 115.9 141.2 161.2 167.9

                    04-05 34.7 45.3 114.9 153.6 177.6

                    Charlie Thorn
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                  • Charles T. Thorn
                    Ok, folks. Here it is, the latest snow report from Silverton. Looks like there is still snow in the high country. Rumor has it that there is a bit of
                    Message 9 of 12 , May 13, 2005
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                      Ok, folks. Here it is, the latest snow report from Silverton. Looks
                      like there is still snow in the high country. Rumor has it that
                      there is a bit of melting, too.

                      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
                      Past years'
                      averages = 35.7 54.6 84.5 115.9 141.2 161.2 167.9

                      04-05 34.7 45.3 114.9 153.6 177.6 194.7

                      Charlie Thorn
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                    • Charles T. Thorn
                      Hello everyone, Below is the first Hardrock snow report for this season. It s as plain as the nose on your snowman that there just isn t much snow so far in
                      Message 10 of 12 , Dec 13, 2005
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                        Hello everyone,

                        Below is the first Hardrock snow report for this season. It's as
                        plain as the nose on your snowman that there just isn't much snow so
                        far in Silverton. We'll have to wait to see what the rest of the
                        winter brings.

                        I want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year.

                        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
                        Past years'
                        averages = 35.6 54 86.7 118.6 143.8 163.6 170

                        05-06 5.6

                        Charlie Thorn
                        thorn@...
                      • Charles T. Thorn
                        Ok folks, below is the Silverton Snow Report up through December. Unofficial Seasonal Snowfall in Inches Silverton, CO, Elevation 9320 Year Dec1 Jan1
                        Message 11 of 12 , Jan 19, 2006
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                          Ok folks, below is the Silverton Snow Report up through December.

                          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
                          Past years'
                          averages = 35.6 54 86.7 118.6 143.8 163.6 170
                          05-06 5.6 28.6


                          Charlie Thorn
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                        • Charles T. Thorn
                          All, Here it is. The Mineral Creek Snotel web site provides a graphic showing the past two years compared to normal at:
                          Message 12 of 12 , Mar 8, 2007
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                            All,

                            Here it is. The Mineral Creek Snotel web site provides a graphic
                            showing the past two years compared to normal at:
                            http://www.wrds.uwyo.edu/wrds/wsc/snotel/07M14S.html

                            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

                            Past years'
                            averages = 34.4 52.4 83.7 115.1 141.9 163.6 170
                            06-07 51.9 71.5 84.9 107.5

                            Charlie Thorn
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