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total snow accumulations from th CDOT

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Mikelandscaping, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. Mikelandscaping

    Mikelandscaping Senior Member
    Messages: 129

    MERIDEN 5.00
    UNION 8.00
    VERNON 5.00
    WETHERSFIELD 5.75
    COLCHESTER 5.00
    GROTON 4.25
    HADDAM 6.50
    MANSFIELD 4.75
    NORWICH 4.00
    OLD SAYBROOK 4.50
    PUTNAM 3.50
    DARIEN 2.75
    MILFORD 1.50
    NEW CANAAN 2.00
    NEW HAVEN 2.75
    AVON 5.50
    BEACON FALLS 4.50
    DANBURY 4.50
    EAST GRANBY 6.00
    LITCHFIELD 5.25
    NORTH CANAAN 7.00
    SOUTHBURY 4.50
    THOMASTON 4.50
    WATERBURY 5.00
    WINCHESTER 6.75

    Looks like another low pressure moving up from the gulf just brushing ct with a mix or rain or snow. Then next week temperatures will rise into the upper 40's middle 50's possibly even reaching 60. WHERE THE HECK IS WINTER :(
     
  2. drplow

    drplow Senior Member
    Messages: 174

    thats it.
    tomorrow i will pack the plow away and start the tree service back up.
     
  3. Mikelandscaping

    Mikelandscaping Senior Member
    Messages: 129

    Unfortunatly yes thats all CT got :mad:
     
  4. jsheedy75

    jsheedy75 Member
    from CT
    Messages: 98

    just curious as to where those measurements came from?
     
  5. Mikelandscaping

    Mikelandscaping Senior Member
    Messages: 129

    Those measurments came from the Connecticut DOT
     
  6. jt5019

    jt5019 Senior Member
    Messages: 853

    All hope for the winter isnt lost just yet...If you look ahead we have one warm week then there is signs we finally get into a good winter pattern with cold temps and possibly snow.
     
  7. bolensdriver

    bolensdriver Senior Member
    Messages: 603

    whats wrong with 4 inches or so of snow? You are all acting like babies thinking it'll never snow a lot. I don't know about you, but I get the same payment no matter how little of snow we get.
     
  8. cet

    cet PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 7,202

    bolensdriver
    I have to agree with you. Why does everyone want the BIG storm.
    Hell on your truck and equipment. Just finished plowing 2" last night and thats great!
     
  9. danno

    danno Senior Member
    Messages: 401

    Because this was THE only half decent snow we`ve gotten all this winter.! If you want to call it SNOW at all :mad:
     
  10. drplow

    drplow Senior Member
    Messages: 174

    4 inches is my trigger amount. id love to have a snowfall of 8 inch or more every now and then. it bring in new customers for the following year. even though were filled contract wise this yr, any larger snowfall tends to bring in extended plowing business.
     
  11. ace911emt

    ace911emt Member
    Messages: 83

    could you post the link? I pay 300 a year for snow totals -0- would be better..
     
  12. Mikelandscaping

    Mikelandscaping Senior Member
    Messages: 129

    It looks like a small system coming up for tommorow doesnt look like a big deal Where is Winter?
     
  13. drplow

    drplow Senior Member
    Messages: 174

    flurry's tomorrow and then the rest of the week rain, couple of days in the fifty's, must be an early spring. :cry:
     
  14. Mikelandscaping

    Mikelandscaping Senior Member
    Messages: 129

    Must be time to start doign spring clean up.
     
  15. mister_snowplow

    mister_snowplow Senior Member
    Messages: 173


    Putnam only got 3.5"...that is where I grew up. I now live in Waltham, MA a little NW of Boston. We got about 5.5", but then it poured and the snow was saturated with water...made a real big mess. Man was that stuff heavy! :eek: