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    Default January Snowfall Contest

    How many inches of snow will fall on the summit of Mt Washington in January 2008? The official scorekeeper is the monthly F6 report posted at http://www.mountwashington.org/weather/f6/

    The deadline for getting your guesses in is midnight January 4th.
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    i will go with 38.6 "
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    73.5 inches (yeah we need MORE STORMS!)

    Kirk

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    I'll play. How about 34.7"?

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    I will go with 40.7

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    67.0 - same as my guess for December...

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    Lets slow things up a bit in January...

    28.8"
    "I've learned that everyone wants to live on top of the mountain, but that all the happiness and growth occurs while you're climbing it."
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    The summit will get 70" this month. Some planets are lining up or something...ask Javier.
    ~Rich

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    I will stick with my December guess. 71"

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    Well, the Farmer's Almanac never lies, so...I'm going with 63.5"
    Steve
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