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Carbon/Monroe County Snow?

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Question for the guys that live up that way…how much (if any) snow is there on the ground now? With the warming temps and potential rain coming this weekend, I’m thinking of making a run up that way on Sunday. If there’s going to be a ton of snow melt keeping the water temps down, I may save the gas though. I’m thinking much of the past few snow events happened further south, but I’m not sure really, and didn’t pay close enough attention to what happened up that way. Thanks for the help.

Posted on: 12/18 11:25


Re: Carbon/Monroe County Snow?

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I have a good 6-7 inches on the ground. Probably best to save your gas.

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Re: Carbon/Monroe County Snow?

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friday and Saturday will be in the 50's - still cold water on the Sunday ???

no snow down here - so VC, Donegal, etc should be okay i think . i think ?

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Pretty sure they are calling for rain as well. Possible flooding.

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Re: Carbon/Monroe County Snow?

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Thanks guys. No new snow in my area, but there's still a few inches of a snow/ice mix on the ground.

geebee – Under normal circumstances the water temp will rise under conditions like we will have heading into this weekend…warming trend into the 40’s tomorrow and Friday, 50’s Saturday, and near 60 on Sunday. When there’s a snowpack on the ground though, the warmer temps will melt the snow, and then you’ll have an influx of barely above freezing water entering the watershed. The overall effect may still be slightly warmer water temps from the warmer air temps, but not as much as if there wasn’t any snow melting and entering the streams.

becks - Where I'm thinking of going, I want the water up...just short of flooding would be fine!


Posted on: 12/18 12:50






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