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World record snowfall! Next 4 days! On Mt. Shasta!

 
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so is cali going to die or what?
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It's not going to die but we should put our heads together and find out why mt Shasta is the target for this great amount of snow.....
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LOL.

Jeeze.
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Sorry for laughing at you.

Shasta's elevation is 14,180 feet (4322 meters) and it tends to snow a lot up there.

Because it snows there.
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chuckle
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14 to 18 feet of snow their predicting in just 4 days!!! Wow!
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Looks like the streets of San Francisco are flooding already.

Probably needs a good rinse by now.
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I wonder how train service is between the Bay Area and up into Oregon. Amtrak's Coast Starlight (a GREAT route; my favorite) runs between Los Angeles and Seattle; including Sacramento, Chico, Redding, Dunsmuir, through Mount Shasta City, Klamath Falls, Chemult, across the Cascades, Eugene. That would be the segment of the route hardest hit by this weather.
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Can't wait to take some pics if it really does happen!!! Mt Shasta is totally covered with clouds right now with winds wipping around 30+ mph north of it about 45 miles.
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That'll be great. If you get up there and get some pics, post 'em. I'd love to check them out.
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I will try as long as the clouds cooperate by Sunday afternoon or Monday! K
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I live in Washington st. which is home to the world record snowfall for a year,1140" (95 feet),and for a month,304"(25.3 feet).Both records set at Mt. Baker, a 11,000 ft volcano here in Washington.
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I hope libtarded CA freezes to death.

:freeze:
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Did you just write that your libtarded CA-CA gate is freezing to death?
A tu-tu might be warmer. (I'm a thpeed reader.)
ohyeah
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Gotta love global warming! On a serious note, my thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected. Anybody know if these recent rain and snow storms have traces of radiation from Fukushima? I do hope the snow crushes whatever works/lives under the mountain tho...
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chuckle
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peace

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Re: World record snowfall! Next 4 days! On Mt. Shasta!
I live in Washington st. which is home to the world record snowfall for a year,1140" (95 feet),and for a month,304"(25.3 feet).Both records set at Mt. Baker, a 11,000 ft volcano here in Washington.
 Quoting: objective viewer


I've only seen pictures of Mount Baker. I'd like to come up and check it out...in the summer. :) You guys still have a lot of rugged, remote, beautiful mountainous areas up there. Great part of the country.

I'd like to hike around Mount St. Helen's, too. And the Goat Rocks Wilderness, where a lot of "Bigfoot" sightings have been reported, including stories of said creature in the native American lore of the area. There's a famous "sighting" on Star Mountain. And there's a cave there somewhere called "Ape Cave". Strange name for a cave in an area where apes don't exist.... Or do they?

One of the greatest views I've seen in my life was out in the waters around the San Juan Islands orca watching, and looking back (east) toward the Washington State mainland, and seeing, a snow-capped Mount Ranier (I think; maybe Adams) rising up over 14,000 feet on a crystal clear day. Unbelievable!
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Gotta love global warming! On a serious note, my thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected. Anybody know if these recent rain and snow storms have traces of radiation from Fukushima? I do hope the snow crushes whatever works/lives under the mountain tho...
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Good question. Not sure.
Apollo astronauts couldn't have passed through Van Allen's Belt. Van Allen wore suspenders.
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Snowing at Donner Pass.
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Because it is a good thing to laugh at doom!
(Lowest arctic sea ice on record 2012; most abrupt expansion of Antarctic sea ice 2012; worst MidWestern US drought on record 2012; worst winter Eastern Europe and Russia 2012; record-time melt of Greenland's surface ice sheet 2012, etc.)
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2012 bitches! This year has been record-breaking in the amount of records that have been broken! And to top that; many of the "worst," "most," "driest," "wettest" records that were broken this year, were set last year!

shocked
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Northren and Southern Calif is like two completely differents States. They should be in my opinion.
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Ya, there has always been talk and rumblings of it. I wonder what the designated abbreviations would be for a North California and South California state, since "N.C." and "S.C." are taken by the Carolinas.

If they did separate the state into a northern and southern, I suspect the dividing line would be the northern border of San Luis Obispo county.
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They would just call the southern half "Mexico".
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Re: World record snowfall! Next 4 days! On Mt. Shasta!
I've been to Father Junipero Serra's hometown. It was snowing there, too.
It's good to be open-minded, just don't let your brain fall out.
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If there any part of California worth caring about, this is it. From Redding north is ab-so-lute-ly beautiful. Mt. Shasta is a sight to behold. I'm sure I-5 will be a living hell, with certain traffic doom ahead for any travelers.
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this is forecasted in inches, total to reach around 18 feet.
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Donner party for 2....your table is ready.


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Heard they have good finger steaks up in that neck of the woods......in season of course.rofl
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Re: World record snowfall! Next 4 days! On Mt. Shasta!
I live in Washington st. which is home to the world record snowfall for a year,1140" (95 feet),and for a month,304"(25.3 feet).Both records set at Mt. Baker, a 11,000 ft volcano here in Washington.
 Quoting: objective viewer


I've only seen pictures of Mount Baker. I'd like to come up and check it out...in the summer. :) You guys still have a lot of rugged, remote, beautiful mountainous areas up there. Great part of the country.

I'd like to hike around Mount St. Helen's, too. And the Goat Rocks Wilderness, where a lot of "Bigfoot" sightings have been reported, including stories of said creature in the native American lore of the area. There's a famous "sighting" on Star Mountain. And there's a cave there somewhere called "Ape Cave". Strange name for a cave in an area where apes don't exist.... Or do they?

One of the greatest views I've seen in my life was out in the waters around the San Juan Islands orca watching, and looking back (east) toward the Washington State mainland, and seeing, a snow-capped Mount Ranier (I think; maybe Adams) rising up over 14,000 feet on a crystal clear day. Unbelievable!
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


Go to Burley(sp)Mt. Lookout just outside of Randle, WA on a clear day you can see Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Adams, Mt. Rainier and Mt. Hood in Oregon!!! My favorite place to visit!!!
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Because it is a good thing to laugh at doom!
(Lowest arctic sea ice on record 2012; most abrupt expansion of Antarctic sea ice 2012; worst MidWestern US drought on record 2012; worst winter Eastern Europe and Russia 2012; record-time melt of Greenland's surface ice sheet 2012, etc.)
 Quoting: Kimpy 2 20290901

2012 bitches! This year has been record-breaking in the amount of records that have been broken! And to top that; many of the "worst," "most," "driest," "wettest" records that were broken this year, were set last year!

shocked
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OK guys I'll break it to him - NIBIRU!!!! LOL
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Re: World record snowfall! Next 4 days! On Mt. Shasta!
A look at the NWS site for California shows a potential nightmare in progress, or about to happen.
Any rainfall that occurs in areas already with snow on the ground is only going to increase the problems.
High winds, "chaotic" seas, massive rainfall and record snow forecast for areas of Northern Cal and Oregon. Sandy got all the attention. Not much on this storm.

I can't believe that there isn't a bigger response to this storm, by people who live in the affected areas. This is the only thread that touches on the storm, and then only on the snow.
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Re: World record snowfall! Next 4 days! On Mt. Shasta!
so is cali going to die or what?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1834146


It's not going to die but we should put our heads together and find out why mt Shasta is the target for this great amount of snow.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1305118




LOL.

Jeeze.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610510


Sorry for laughing at you.

Shasta's elevation is 14,180 feet (4322 meters) and it tends to snow a lot up there.

Because it snows there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610510


Shhhhhh. naughty

Don't tell that to the man made GlobalWarmTards.

globewarm
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Re: World record snowfall! Next 4 days! On Mt. Shasta!
They used to have Shasta soft drinks. I wonder what happened to those.

Off topic here, but...Anyone remember Aspen soft drink? Tasted like apple, and came in a green can with, I think, a red apple on it?




ohh my gawd, i have been asking people if they remember apple flavored aspen soda for YEARSSSSS- no one remembers- just you and me!! - awesome...
Redding California in the house!!!
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It's not going to die but we should put our heads together and find out why mt Shasta is the target for this great amount of snow.....
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LOL.

Jeeze.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610510


Sorry for laughing at you.

Shasta's elevation is 14,180 feet (4322 meters) and it tends to snow a lot up there.

Because it snows there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610510


Shhhhhh. naughty

Don't tell that to the man made GlobalWarmTards.

:globewarm:
 Quoting: Burt Gummer


Sure "...it snows there." OVER A YEAR, heap big snow (I have Indian blood, so yeah I can say that!) It's the 18 FEET IN 4 DAYS, KeemoSaabie, that's riveting! That would be 1,642 FEET in one year. Now go dance with a wolf.
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A look at the NWS site for California shows a potential nightmare in progress, or about to happen.
Any rainfall that occurs in areas already with snow on the ground is only going to increase the problems.
High winds, "chaotic" seas, massive rainfall and record snow forecast for areas of Northern Cal and Oregon. Sandy got all the attention. Not much on this storm.

I can't believe that there isn't a bigger response to this storm, by people who live in the affected areas. This is the only thread that touches on the storm, and then only on the snow.
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I was wondering the same thing!? All that talk about the AR coming to the west coast n all.
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LOL.

Jeeze.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610510


Sorry for laughing at you.

Shasta's elevation is 14,180 feet (4322 meters) and it tends to snow a lot up there.

Because it snows there.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610510


Shhhhhh. naughty

Don't tell that to the man made GlobalWarmTards.

globewarm
 Quoting: Burt Gummer


Sure "...it snows there." OVER A YEAR, heap big snow (I have Indian blood, so yeah I can say that!) It's the 18 FEET IN 4 DAYS, KeemoSaabie, that's riveting! That would be 1,642 FEET in one year. Now go dance with a wolf.
 Quoting: kimpy2 20290901



What a naive little sheep you are.
Enjoy your MAN MADE GLOBALLY WARMED grass.

sheepchew
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Re: World record snowfall! Next 4 days! On Mt. Shasta!
I live in Washington st. which is home to the world record snowfall for a year,1140" (95 feet),and for a month,304"(25.3 feet).Both records set at Mt. Baker, a 11,000 ft volcano here in Washington.
 Quoting: objective viewer


I've only seen pictures of Mount Baker. I'd like to come up and check it out...in the summer. :) You guys still have a lot of rugged, remote, beautiful mountainous areas up there. Great part of the country.

I'd like to hike around Mount St. Helen's, too. And the Goat Rocks Wilderness, where a lot of "Bigfoot" sightings have been reported, including stories of said creature in the native American lore of the area. There's a famous "sighting" on Star Mountain. And there's a cave there somewhere called "Ape Cave". Strange name for a cave in an area where apes don't exist.... Or do they?

One of the greatest views I've seen in my life was out in the waters around the San Juan Islands orca watching, and looking back (east) toward the Washington State mainland, and seeing, a snow-capped Mount Ranier (I think; maybe Adams) rising up over 14,000 feet on a crystal clear day. Unbelievable!
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


Go to Burley(sp)Mt. Lookout just outside of Randle, WA on a clear day you can see Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Adams, Mt. Rainier and Mt. Hood in Oregon!!! My favorite place to visit!!!
 Quoting: DaiSeeDay

If you`re ever back in the area i recommend checking out the Columbia river gorge.It`s where the Columbia river splits Oregon and Washington along the Cascade range.Both sides have rugged terrain and is completely forested with huge waterfalls (Multnomeh falls,530 feet high)and several falls you have to hike back into,but it`s very worth it.
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I hope libtarded CA freezes to death.

:freeze:
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wow. I thought all you deutschebags loved San Fran...
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Re: World record snowfall! Next 4 days! On Mt. Shasta!
A look at the NWS site for California shows a potential nightmare in progress, or about to happen.
Any rainfall that occurs in areas already with snow on the ground is only going to increase the problems.
High winds, "chaotic" seas, massive rainfall and record snow forecast for areas of Northern Cal and Oregon. Sandy got all the attention. Not much on this storm.

I can't believe that there isn't a bigger response to this storm, by people who live in the affected areas. This is the only thread that touches on the storm, and then only on the snow.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1044117



I was wondering the same thing!? All that talk about the AR coming to the west coast n all.
 Quoting: DaiSeeDay



Anyone have a name for this Storm yet!!! Come on GLPers name it before anyone else does :)
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Re: World record snowfall! Next 4 days! On Mt. Shasta!
Looks like the streets of San Francisco are flooding already.

Probably needs a good rinse by now.
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It's called a "douching-out".

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