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Historical weather

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself to the Community' started by Bcarlsno, Jan 4, 2009.

  1. Bcarlsno

    Bcarlsno Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    I just moved to a new area and have been trying to find out average snowfall days per month so I can provide more accurate bids on yearly contract. If anyone has ideas on where to go for the information or if its even available. I have started keeping track of it myself to get a better idea for next season and my yearly contracts. Where I moved from we would get snowfall an average of 3 times per year and most people would wait it out and let the snow melt with the next rainfall which was usually within a week. As for the rest of this season yes I will be breaking my back with a shovel but plan on setting it up for next season. As for commercial, the businesses here need plowing and salt or sand added the lots are a solid sheet of packed snow. The street I live on plowed once in the month of December and now with the rain that came a solid sheet of ice. Also any advice would be appreciated. I do have minimal experience.