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It varies..it's usually around 3-4' compacted/settled..Last couple years is around 2-2.5'...but it's been 10 degrees colder lately also..i'll take the cold over that white crap any day...i hate shovelling and plowing it. i work for the Dep't of Highways here and don't care if i ever see another snowflake..lol, but i know that ain't gonna happen.
08 f150, white supercrew, 6.5' box, 5.4, 3.73 LSD, 265-70-18. Gryphon with 87 perf and 87 tow custom tunes, tinted heads and tails in white and black, Gott's mod .......Glen........
We`ve had a cold last half of Feb, in the -29`s with cold day time temperatures too and so far into this month too. Now the forecast is for some more snow with a little milder temps in the mid teens overnite.
We often get smoke here from the forest fires in Northern Saskatchewan, I feel bad about forest fires in general.
Our streets are nice and dry this winter since alot of salt gets used here, that`s good for having safe roads but bad for vehicle bodies. I park my oldies for the winter just to keep the salt off of them.
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