A huge thank you to, Josh Palumbo, up at The Wintergreen Nature Foundation on Devil’s Knob. Josh ran out and grabbed a couple of shots of the first snowfall of the season for us. We already got an e-mail from John Taylor on the mountain this morning telling us it had snowed last night.
On Nov 10, 2007, at 7:27 AM:
John Taylor wrote:
“Looks about 2 inches on top of Wintergreen — but it’s really puffy and feels more like a heavy dusting. Sun is now out.”
Very nice! Reports vary from 1 to 3 inches depending on which part of the ridge you are on, but regardless of the amounts, very nice to see the snow beginning!
Don’t forget, you can always see real live weather by visiting our very own NCL-Wintergreen Nature Foundation,by clicking here, weather station at their office on Devil’s Knob at 3500 feet above! Or you can simply use the handy drop down menu on the upper left hand side of your screen to visit any of the NCL Weather net stations. Pretty neat!
Nice to see we’re getting some initial snowfall so Santa has a place to land the sleigh next month!
Thanks again Josh for the great pics!