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SNOW PATROL
Compiled by BILL WALLACE
March 28, 1955
A late roundup of snow conditions in America from picked local skiers
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March 28, 1955

Snow Patrol

A late roundup of snow conditions in America from picked local skiers

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NS=new snow; PO=powder; PP=packed powder; HP=hard packed snow; HB=hard base; GR=granular; FG=frozen granular; CO=corn snow; BC=breakable crust; UC=unbreakable crust; W=wet; IC=icy condition; BS=bare spots; DC=dangerous condition; CL=trail or slope closed

NUMERALS REPRESENT INCHES OF SNOW

Skiing will continue for another month at least in many areas

FAR WEST: SQUAW VALLEY, CALIF.: Skiing rates good with 24-60 PP and occasional CO.

YOSEMITE, CALIF.: Max. depth 68 with spring outlook good. Lifts will run until April 16-17.

MT. BALDY, CALIF.: The Bowls have 20-plus remaining with shovel crews covering BS. Lower runs are closed.

NORTHWEST: GROUSE MT., BRITISH COLUMBIA: Skiing will continue another month at least with 8-12 NS on 80-110 HB.

MT. BAKER, WASH.: 6 light GR and CO on 234 HP. Avalanche danger over.

MT. HOOD, ORE.: No Timberline facilities operating. Govt. Camp has 115 total and expects skiing to last through May.

ROCKY MTS.: ASPEN, COLO.: PP on trails with 28-54 base. Recent temps. 28-32.

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