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74 degrees and planting corn one day and 16inches of snow the next wtf

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by SNOWLORD, May 3, 2013.


    SNOWLORD Senior Member
    from MN
    Messages: 610

    Well we got slammed with 16 inches of wet heavy snow on May 2nd most business were shutdown alot of power outages. We were not very prepared for that much but got through it better than most plowers. I think its time for a nap.
  2. got-h2o

    got-h2o 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,439

    Holy smokes! I heard you guys were getting hit up there but WOW. We were in the mid 80's for 2 days, then 50's the last 2. I thought we were taken by surprise lol.

    Good to hear you pulled through. I can say though that I'd sure like another billing to wrap up the season!
  3. OC&D

    OC&D PlowSite Veteran
    from Earth
    Messages: 3,064

    That was one fine line, no? It was completely dry here in St. Paul. My buddy in Farmington had 10" and he talked to a guy near Cannon Falls that had nearly 20". I was actually a little bummed that we didn't get enough to plow here in the cities. It would have been pretty novel to plow in May.
  4. mnguy

    mnguy Member
    Messages: 78

    Here in Rochester MN we had 15" our company had over 100 calls in 24hrs from commercial and residential people wanting or needing snow removal. Made good $$ in two days.
  5. OC&D

    OC&D PlowSite Veteran
    from Earth
    Messages: 3,064

    I half thought of strapping on the plow and driving down there just to see if I could pick up any work for the fun of it.

    But then I didn't.