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Old 12-15-2007, 04:18 PM
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snowstorm finally

looks like a decent pile of snow is on the way. i'd be curious to see what everyone gets.

so far had some flurries earlier here, has since stopped.
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I have a foot and a 1/2 in my yard with more coming...Do you have any now?
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enough that the grass blade tips still stick out... so basically no. i know there's alot more up north.
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enough that the grass blade tips still stick out... so basically no. i know there's alot more up north.

Tomorrow I am digging out the Ski-Doo I can't wait to have a little fun..Last few years here have been bad for snow and now everyone is happy..
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I'm just hoping that the snow doesn't miss us this time. I got my equipment fired up and ready to go this afternoon. COME ON SNOW !!!!!!!

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I'm just hoping that the snow doesn't miss us this time. I got my equipment fired up and ready to go this afternoon. COME ON SNOW !!!!!!!

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How much snow are they calling for where you live?
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Not like you guys are getting. We are supposed to be getting 3-5 tonight and another 4-8 tomorrow. It's snowing right now, but blowing around more.

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We are forcasted to get 6-12'' here although i bet we'll get more like 4 or 5 but man its about time i have been wanting snow!

Who knows i might be plowing my driveway tomorrow, now wouldn't that be cool.
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We have 8 inches that have come down as of now and you can't see 3 feet in front of your self...
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You people who live below the bridge are so lucky to have snow..LOL.
We got nothing from the storm up here.
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well i think we ended up with about 6" outta the deal.
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got about a foot here.
was even tough driving in 4wd. yey!!!!

its slipery under the snow we have. so.. thats why if your wondering. hehe.

you basically go wherever the snow pushes you. hahaha.
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We got about 5 inches of snow, not really the 6-12 inches they said that we were supposed to get. But hey its better then nothing.
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OK I'm finally awake again, LOL. Anyway, I think I was pushing around 6-8". Although with the drifting in most of the lots there was 10-12". Before I fall back asleep at the computer I'm going back to bed, 9 hours sleep since Saturday morning is not a good combination with heavy equipment.

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Well shoot were getting hammered now... got about 7inches on the ground at the moment which is good because i like snow on Christmas.
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