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PCT Auto-Updating Snow/Outlook Information

Postby postholer » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:56 pm

All of the following updates automagically regardless of the post date.

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3-month Temperature Outlook:
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3-month Precipitation Outlook:
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Postholer snow page with all these links and more:
http://postholer.com/postholer

NOAA/Google snow maps depicting various information on snow conditions, with a trail trace, distances and all the markers available for the PCT map (browser intensive):

Snow Water Equivalence (SWE):
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&swe=1

Snow depth:
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&depth=1

Snow coverage:
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&cover=1

24 hour snow precip:
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&sday=1

24 hour non-snow precip:
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&rday=1

24 hour snow melt:
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&meltday=1

24 hour average snow pack temp:
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&tmpday=1

Snow density:
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&density=1

24 hour SWE change:
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&sweday=1

24 hour surface snow sublimation:
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&subday=1

24 hour blowing snow sublimation:
http://postholer.com/gmap/gmap.php?trail_id=1&bsubday=1
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Re: PCT Auto-Updating Snow/Outlook Information

Postby postholer » Fri Feb 21, 2014 2:38 pm

Added the 3-month Temp/Precip outlook to this snow info. All of these images auto-upate as new images become available.

It's a good one-stop, quick peek at the current/forecasted water situation.

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