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Benny ⭐
Mon Oct 14 2019, 05:44PM Email Thread Print View


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How much snow will we receive this season?

Above Average

Near Average

Below Average

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Votes: 31

It's that time again! We're all crossing our fingers for another great winter season!

There is no signal in the ocean near the equator (mix) meaning we have no El Nino/La Nino (neutral conditions).
However, worthy of noting that much of the Pacific Ocean waters are running above average, going by this, we "should" have a near normal year.

Last year's precipitation amounts were above normal, with most areas receiving at least 80" of snow, compared to our normal of about 62"

Long range forecast models suggest we will be near, to below average this winter season with an early Spring. However, there are equal chances for us to have below, near or above average precipitation this winter season. Not including any potential atmospheric river events, which can happen in any season, regardless of sst anomalies.

Per the norm, totals will be tallied on bensweather.com, where hopefully we'll all watch the numbers increase rapidly this season!

Snowfall totals will be averaged out with each storm based on reports from trained weather spotters throughout the Big Bear Valley; i.e., if Fawnskin receives 8" and Baldwin Lake 4", it will be recorded officially as 6".

There's no purchase necessary, 1 entry per user and only one guess per forecast #. (ie, 2 people can't forecast 62"). Numbers available are based on first come, first picked basis, so start guessing away!

Entries are now officially open! We're looking for the total snowfall for the season, now through June 1st.

We'll accept entries now through November 15th, so there's plenty of time for everyone to enter!

The grand prize will be the ever so prestigious lifetime membership to Socalmountains.com and a $50 Amazon gift-card.

Simply reply to this thread with your snowfall forecast and I'll publish an updated list weekly.

Good luck and pray for snow!!!

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f100
Dec 14 : 09:38pm
I agree with Benny that the main point is that the area is posted closed and people are in violation, but I agree with Mountainarts observations and believe the Eagles are more adaptive than we think. I have been here since 1961 and am not concerned.

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mountainart
Dec 14 : 06:55pm
To BootsnBridles, I was only referencing what everybody who lives around Flathead Lake in Montana grows up knowing. Eagles basically are crows with fancy dress, Google all the videos of them mobbing townsfolk, or stealing groceries off people leaving the market.
Nothing negative, or positive that I am asserting, they are just what they are, no biggie.

mountainart
Dec 14 : 06:49pm
I was only commenting on the eagles, and how they are scavenger birds, which mentally have no fear of human activity.

Snowplay folks, and trespassing I was not referencing. That is a whole huge probl3m up here, with trash, no respect and outright hostility to homeowners as they blqtantly trespass qnd trash your porperty, while they look at you telling them to move on.....

Benny ⭐
Dec 14 : 06:38pm
Yeah that's all fine and dandy, but closed means closed. It's not just the eagle habitat which is a no brainer, but it's everywhere. All coming up to play in the snow and park anywhere there's a half spot. I get it, but show a smidgeon of respect!

BootsNBridles
Dec 14 : 06:34pm
mountain art, please state your credentials or cite your sources so we can all be impressed.

BootsNBridles
Dec 14 : 06:32pm
Oops!

BootsNBridles
Dec 14 : 06:32pm
Doo, there are two gates, one locked, a fence, and about a mile of super rocky road!

Arrowbear Rider
Dec 14 : 06:19pm
Mountainart, you may be right about the eagles, but that doesn't excuse to countless number of people that park where it's marked no parking and ignore the signs and cross the tape, trespassing where it's marked not to, just to play in stuff that you find in the freezer.

Once 1 or 2 park somewhere that is marked no parking (any where on the mountain), more will follow, clogging up the roadway; Then it takes an extra hour to go a mile or two near the drift park & above Snow Valley.

So, does that excuse their parking illegally or trespassing in marked areas? Leaving trash, etc, etc.

Holeshot413
Dec 14 : 06:03pm
Mountain Art nails it

mountainart
Dec 14 : 05:16pm
Yet, it's silly eco sensitism as the eagles literally don't care. Eagle nests outside a busy apartment and street next door to where used to live in Kalispell Mt. Eagles would play with local kids putting dead rats on string. The "Eagles might get nervous or stressed by seeing people" is pure sierra club false propoganda.

Casadelgado
Dec 14 : 02:31pm
Definitely not enough. Can't believe those fools can's read the signs and think how bad it will be over the holidays. Luckily she isn't on the nest now.



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