Out for the day - problems at the store

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Our Point Of Sale program is having database problems. Happy happy joy joy - just in time for the ski season. Mt. Baker is planning to open in two days. From their Snow Report:

Quote of the day from the forecaster at the Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center: “ It’s about to get real.”

The first in a series of significant storms has begun! Mountain forecasts are calling for a series of Baker style storms to roll through in the next 5 days starting with 10+ inches of snow through Monday morning with a bit of a break for Monday. Then it really moves in! We are looking at HEAVY SNOWFALL for Tuesday with up to 20 inches of new snow possible. A bit of a break is expected Wednesday then it cranks in again with low snow levels Wednesday night into Thursday morning with 13 inches of new snow expected Wednesday night, another 2 feet of new snow expected Thursday, and another 12 inches of new snow for Friday morning. Yes, you read that right:

EXPECTED SNOWFALL ACCORDING TO FORECASTS:
10 inches - Sunday night
20 inches - Tuesday
13 inches - Wednesday night
24 inches - Thursday
12 inches - Friday

I have had a little over 0.4" of rain in the last 24 hours and I can see snow on Black Mountain at the 3,000 foot level. Temp is 39°F outside my house so no danger of snowfall as yet. A lot of rain in the forecast. When Mt. Baker opens, we get slammed. Our second busiest time of the year - first is summer when families go camping.

Heading out for coffee and then to the store to see what I can do. Might be driving the server down to Seattle to have them work on it.

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