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We have a rediculous amount of snow this year, hell, we have a heavy snowfall warning for tonight - 30cm (1 foot ). How could you not have a good time? Contact me for help with accomodations or whatever other info you may want.
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To bad it's so far away for me it looks like fun! Have fun! :beer_cheers:
 

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WOW! We got a foot last night alone, and check this out

Environment Canada's Official Weather Warnings
Warnings

North Coast - inland sections
4:42 AM PST Friday 2 March 2007
Snowfall warning for
North Coast - inland sections continued

Snowfall amounts up to 45 cm near Stewart by Saturday morning.


A low pressure system over the gulf of Alaska will continue to spread snow to inland sections of the north coast today. The snowfall rate will increase over inland sections especially near Stewart this morning. Total snowfall accumulations of up to 45 cm is forecast for Stewart by Saturday morning before the snow changes to rain.

Strong southeast 60 to 100 km/h winds will continue over the north and central coasts Queen Charlottes as well as North Vancouver Island until this evening. The strong winds will ease this evening as the front moves inland.
 

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At least you got it figured out how to make it a jpeg this year! ;) :thumbsup:

I so wish I could be there.
 

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Helgy, I will be out in the first week of August this year and maybe with the amount of snow you have I could get out for a ride with ya!
 

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That sounds great, look me up for sure. Look at this.

Environment Canada's Official Weather Warnings
Warnings
North Coast - inland sections
3:40 PM PST Friday 2 March 2007
Snowfall warning for
North Coast - inland sections continued

Additional snowfall amounts 40 cm near Stewart by Saturday morning.



A frontal system approaching the British Columbia coast will continue to spread snow heavy at times to Stewart tonight. Near 40 cm of snow has been reported in Stewart since last night and additional snowfall amount up to 40 cm is forecast by Saturday morning before the snow changes to rain.
Strong southeast winds of 60 to 90 km/h will continue over the north and central coasts as well as North Vancouver Island until this evening. The strong winds will ease this evening as the front moves inland.
 
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