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First Push 2009/10 St. John's, NL, Canada (Dec 6)

Discussion in 'Storm Pictures' started by Newfie Ranger, Dec 6, 2009.

  1. Newfie Ranger

    Newfie Ranger Member
    Messages: 37

    The forecast called for 20 cm with an additional 10 tonight. Seems more like 30cm fell.

    The first pic was taken the night before. The remaining pictures were taken over a 13 hour period from 9:30 AM to 10:30PM Dec 6th.

    Pic 1: Dec 5 @ 11;30 PM
    Pic 2: Dec 6 @ 9:30 AM
    Pic 3: Dec 6 @ 10:30 AM
    Pic 4: Dec 6 @ 12:30 PM
    Pic 5: Dec 6 @ 2:30 PM
    Pic 6: Dec 6 @ 3:30 PM
    Pic 7: Dec 6 @ 3:30 PM
    Pic 8: Dec 6 @ 8:30 PM
    Pic 9: Dec 6 @ 8:30 PM
    Pic 10: Dec 6 @ 9:30 PM
    Pic 11: Dec 6 @ 9:30 PM
    Pic 12: Dec 6 @ 10:15 PM
    Pic 13: Dec 6 @ 10:20 PM

    dec5 2300hrs.jpg

    dec6 0930hrs.jpg

    dec6 1030hrs.jpg

    dec6 1230hrs.jpg

    dec6 1430hrs.jpg
  2. Newfie Ranger

    Newfie Ranger Member
    Messages: 37

  3. wideout

    wideout Senior Member
    from iowa
    Messages: 727

    looks wet and heavy
  4. Newfie Ranger

    Newfie Ranger Member
    Messages: 37

    And the last of the pictures - ending at the watering hole...

    dec6 2130hrs (2).jpg

    dec6 2215hrs.jpg

    dec6 2220hrs.jpg
  5. Freddy130

    Freddy130 Senior Member
    Messages: 198

    Awsome pictures! Wish the storm would have moved a little bit more inland and dumped more snow on us in New Bruswick. Can't beat a fresh timmy's coffee eh.

    Good luck the rest of the season,

  6. nicksplowing

    nicksplowing PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,226

    congrats payup thats a nice first push :drinkup:
  7. Newfie Ranger

    Newfie Ranger Member
    Messages: 37

    Yes, Tim Horton's is truly a great Canadian experience. tymusic The final snow fall amount was 39.4 cm (15.5 inches).
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2009
  8. F150dash

    F150dash Member
    Messages: 98

    Are you guys getting a bit of cold temps behind that storm, we got down below -10 last night, turned everything to cement. Looks like that storm picked up more moisture before it hit you guys. We only got about 15-20cms here in Northern Nova Scotia.
  9. Freddy130

    Freddy130 Senior Member
    Messages: 198

    Yes we are, it was down to minus 6 last night. looking at a low of minus 10 tonight. However we are going up to 6 on thursday after the next storm.
  10. Newfie Ranger

    Newfie Ranger Member
    Messages: 37

    You're exactly right. The temp here dropped last night with high winds but it's not that cold this morning (-2C), but still there is alot of ice and it was near impossiblle to scrap down to the pavement. A few of our main roads in the city are like driving on a dirt road due to ice build-up.

    The worst part is that I busted a conical spring in my plow controller this morning. I've been driving around the city looking to pick up a new on but there are none to be found. Could take three weeks to get one in due to the heavy mail/courier services for Christmas. The search continues.
  11. ScnicExcellence

    ScnicExcellence Senior Member
    Messages: 352

    Man that is crazy. My cousin was telling me about that storm. He said he was out for a while for that storm, i talked to him today at like 6 30 pm down there and he told me he was just getting out of bed from the storm. They are working out of paradise. I wonder if his father let him take the new 2010 chev 2500 out!
  12. Outd00r Maint..

    Outd00r Maint.. Senior Member
    Messages: 146

    nice pics..
  13. rofoth6

    rofoth6 Member
    from iowa
    Messages: 67

    Should have plowed the watering hole.:laughing: