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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by bfmgoalie, Dec 17, 2020.
First I've seen since 2013. Sure did miss it. So glad to be home in upstate New York. Ho. Ho, Ho !
You won’t miss it for long.....
Lived in Syracuse, Utica and Albany for 57 years. Use to it and love it. Oh, just measured - 23 inches and not suppose to taper off until early afternoon. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow......
The only shoveling I have to do is my back and front patios. Never a big fan of HOAs, but they do come in handy!
Same here, we just recently got a good dump. I'm just getting my snowmobile engine back together, good timing.
The news reports indicate that the Northeast is getting a "good one" this week. But, if it follows history, the southern part of the area should see most of it melt soon after the storm passes. You guys far enough north are likely to have it hang around longer before it melts.
It is great weather to look out the window and drink coffee.
Just don't turn on the TV because it will be full of weather monkeys standing in 1/2 of snow and crying about it.
Weather girl said 11" last night. Hard to believe, she's not that attractive...
Supposed to be a little more today. We measured a foot on the deck last night.
That's hilarious! We originally were told 2-4 inches. I'm not going there. Last night, upped to 6-12. Where I live, we're between the Green Mountains of Vermont and the Adirondacks in NY. Normally average about 60" annually. Last year, about 15" and that was it. Wondering if this year will make up for last season?
Ice here....hopefully it will go away once the sun comes up. Pulled out of the driveway and I thought it felt a little slimy but when the truck shifted into second, it stepped out sideways. Not bad once I got into town where they had spread the salt down.
I saw this on the news this morning
Supposed to get 12-18 here. We'll see. We are right on the line and it depends on the exact storm track. It will be nice to have a white Christmas. Welcome back Brian!