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Uploaded by: kippic

Wednesday July 4, 2012

Deming, WA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A section of the road to Artist Point more recently cleared by the snow tractors. Mt. Baker Ski, WA

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25. saltydawgg
8:02 PM GMT on July 10, 2012
Nice capture,reminds me of Hwy 88 over Kirkwood
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24. BEME
2:13 AM GMT on July 10, 2012
Ahhhhhhh!! Let me just get my fruit flavored syups so I can make lots of 'ICEES'!!!! WOW! Who knew there was still snow out there??? Why YOU KNEW THAT'S WHO!!! VERY BEAUTIFUL AND INVIGORATING A/C VIEWS IVAN!!!!! THANK YOU!!! How REFRESHING THESE ARE to those of us that have just gotten thru a bad heat wave...still waiting and praying for rain,,,,here in S/W Iowa...Keep enjoying your Summer/Winter,,lol! :)
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23. CythiaSue
4:48 PM GMT on July 09, 2012
Great to see the snow!
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22. westerner
8:47 PM GMT on July 08, 2012
Beautiful series. There wasn't this much snow in the Beartooth mountains over 10,000 feet when I went over the Pass on June 22. In fact the high elevations were already blown clear by the wind above the tree line.
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21. Timsphotos
3:31 PM GMT on July 08, 2012
Crikey and we moan about the snow in winter in the
UK...sent chivers down my spine cos it means getting the snow chains out...great pictures...
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20. cincobayou
4:57 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
wowzer! I'm lovin' it! Your wonderful photo (Loved the whole series!)just dropped my body temp a few degrees and that is good.
I am in the Florida Panhandle and we have been pretty hot here but not as bad off as our neighbors to the north of us in Ala, Tenn, and Ky.
I am posting this on my Facebook page for the rest of the Hot Folks to view and chill out.
Thanks!
~Margo~
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19. kippic
1:40 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
Thank you for all your appreciated comments Weather-Wonder Friends. The elevation at Artist Point is given as 5,100 feet on the map. (See photo "Parking Lot"). Temperatures here were cool throughout March, April, May and June and the snow fall was very heavy in this area during the winter. It is melting fast now but may still not completely melt out this year so if that happens it will probably accumulate and be deeper next year.
Ivan
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18. gmcsr4
10:52 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Wow, you can send all that snow down to North Carolina. It's been 95+ for the last 10 days, we could use the cooling effect from it melting!
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17. DavidInSATX
10:28 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Nice! Hey, bring some of that down here! We have been hitting 90-100 for the last month.
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16. dinnmsu
8:51 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
oh, yes, I remember well the heavy snows in the mountains of western WA....they last and last and last some more and therefore the hiking season starts late.
Thanks for bringing back these memories!
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15. horacenick
6:39 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Awesome, Nice shot for summer
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14. emixam101
6:13 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
OMG HOW CAN THIS BE POSSIBLE...JULY 4TH?????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IMPOSSIBLE EVEN IN QUEBEC... !! (AND I'M VEEEEEEERY GLAD IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TOO, LOL!)
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13. SniggitySnap
5:43 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
So awesome!!! Baker got hit huge with snow this year! If anyone doubted it, here's the proof! Great shot!!!
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12. WigglesMom
4:55 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Ahhhhhh! Refreshing is so right! This helps dilute the impact of the three-digit record-breaking temperatures here in Ohio today! Lovely photo AND series, and yes, I've saved this gem to Favorites!
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11. iluvbflo
4:45 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
It's suppose to be 100 degrees+ today in Central PA. I'd rather have the snow... Reminds me of the winters back in Buffalo, NY.
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10. canuckjune
4:40 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Hi Ivan, when I lived in Seattle years ago I recall people saying that Mt. Baker was steaming. Is it still?? I always saw it covered in snow at any time of the year so I imagine it is a given there, and we had a brown Christmas here in ND. Take care and keep up the good Washington pics. Arlene
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9. catilac
3:52 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Refreshing series Ivan, Congrats on the VIP!
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8. cantonme
3:44 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
In the high elevations after a winter of heavy snow, certainly not unusual. Saw it in the Serrias of California in the early 80's: 3ft in the higher elevations in early August!
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7. ArborPics
3:40 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Great pics!! And I have just one question: at what elevations were these photos taken? Seems to me you'd have to get pretty high up there before you saw any snow.

Here in Michigan (today) we're expecting a high of 104º with a heat index about 5º above the actual temperature. The parks are empty - and very dry. I was going to go fishing but... I don't like boiled fish. ha-ha!
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6. gatorgal
3:26 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Wow!!!
I will have to check the map to see where this is.
Interesting series.
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5. CenCalGuy
3:14 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Thanks for the nice pics ... You have reminded me of why I am still homesick for NW Washington.
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4. pasocorto
2:51 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Congrats on the VIP Ivan! Way to go. You must have gotten all the snow last winter that we should have, to still have that much left. LOL
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3. gingyb
2:48 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
OMG you are killing me with this lovely snow., we hav 86 and it is only 10:30 AM. I could use that snow here in PA>
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2. LagoMar
2:47 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
These were taken on July 4th? That doesn't seem possible in the united states.
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1. CameraDiva
2:28 AM GMT on July 06, 2012
It is so WUNDERFUL to see snow!! Thanks for these great interesting angle shots and sharing what I wish we had over here!!!
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kippic

I started taking pictures at a very early age; can't even remember when I got my first small camera. I enjoyed having a dark room during the age of film. Now I use the "light room" (computer) and enjoy taking pictures even more.Living in the Pacific Northwest provides a great opportunity for subjects for photos.

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