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24 inches on the way for me

porter

Junior Member
Location
canada NB
just heard on the weather a crazy storm front is rolling in could get up to 24 inches. this will be my first real plowing session all the other snow we have had has only been like 5 inches. I can't see the road when i look out the window is snowing so hard
 

4 Saisons

Senior Member
get less than 2 inches this morning, but the wind this afternoon was very cold. Good luck on the east side. Be safe in that blizard. 60 mph wind expected also for you
 

nsmilligan

PlowSite.com Veteran
Location
Nova Scotia
I'm a couple hours south, had about 1", and it's now a rain event, lots of wind. Temps are supposed to drop near dawn, at least I may get to spread some Magic.

Bill
 

Sno

Senior Member
Location
Bryan, Ohio
Weather terms.....

Blizzard Warning - winds that are at least 35 mph or greater, blowing snow that will frequently reduce visibility to 1/4 mile or less for a duration of at least 3 hours, and dangerous wind chills are expected in the warning area.

Be carefull out there... Sounds like this could be the one.
 
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porter

Junior Member
Location
canada NB
well guys i was out and did my first run because i have to keep the apartment buildings clean approx 16 inches on the ground and still can't see a thing out my window.
I definently have an ad in the paper it has been there for a while i'm sure it'll be an interesting morning
 
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porter

Junior Member
Location
canada NB
Well guys it's lunch time stopped to take a break 28 inches fell over night and blew all over the place drifts are amazing. calling for another 6 to 8 inches tonight
 
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