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Saturday, February 6, 2010

Louise Thinks "Roads Closed" is Fraudulent



Guest Editor-Blogger: Louise

 
This place is in the coast range. As far as I know, there is no snow in the area. Even Roman Nose, which is a high peak a little ways south of the photographed area, has no snow. We've had a warm spell. This seems fraudulent.



6 comments:

Anonymous said...

OK Louise, People should go up there just to prove you right or wrong? WOW it's c/a time for you! You say give me a call with no number! lol

Anonymous said...

Whitaker Creek flows out of Roman Nose into the Siuslaw River. The elevation at Roman Nose is 2800 ft. It's the highest point in the area. The NOAA forecast for Roman Nose is rain, not snow. Even Mary's Peak, the highest in the coast range, doesn't have any snow on it now.

Claire said...

If people are going to be called frauds for sending pictures then they should'nt send any. How about that. I live in Mapleton and there is snow up there on Roman.

Linda Newton-Perry said...

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Anonymous said...

A check of nearby RAWS stations show the temperature in the area hasn't been down to freezing in the last month. These stations are about 1000 ft. lower than the highest peak, but may be similar in elevation to the site in question.

Arny From Swisshome said...

Anonymous ,Where in the world did you get the information that Roman nose is 2800 ft elev? It is 4150 ft in elev. Also we've has 14 days in January that it got down below 27 degrees. Not important, but come on! NOAA is bonkers