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    Default Snow cover on top

    Is there a source for the snow depth at the summit?

    Thanks!
    Sam L

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    You should find it on the Monthly F6 report found on this page .
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    Thanks for the links. I was just a little confused whether "Ground Conditions:" was only recent accumulations, or actual snow depth.
    Sam L

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    Sam,

    This is also a good page to check on a regular basis to see what is happening.

    http://www.outdoors.org/recreation/t...ry-weather.cfm
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