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Snow Depth > 2006/2007 > Burnt Mountain

  The National Weather Service at the Burlington International Airport has established two official snow depth measuring stations on Burnt Mountain in Montgomery, Vermont. Snow depth and water equivalent measurements are taken every two weeks. The snow depth data from Burnt Mountain accurately represents snow depth at corresponding elevations on Jay Peak, Big Jay, Little Jay, Haystack Mountain, Belvidere Mountain and Cold Hollow Mountain.

  Station A: Elev 1,535';   Long N 44 51' 17", Lat W 72 34' 21"
  Station B: Elev 2,365';   Long N 44 50' 52", Lat W 72 34' 8"

March 29, 2006

  Station A:     6" snow/2.5" water equivalent
  Station B:     22" snow/7" water equivalent


February 15, 2007

  Station A:     40" snow/- water equivalent
  Station B:     54" snow/- water equivalent






This page was last updated February 15, 2007

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