NE snow

DaveO

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Location
Ma.
SSDD

Scott,


Our forecast went from 3"-5" to less than 1". This is for SE Mass. Will have to wait/see(another night up every hour to check).

Dave
 

Mick

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Location
Maine
This could be interesting. Weatherbug is showing 1"-3" for this area this afternoon and evening. Haven't checked TWC. Is this a band of snow going by ME/NH/MA on out to sea? We'll either get nothing or 20":eek:
 

mdb landscaping

Senior Member
Location
Glastonbury, CT
there is system thats coming in from the west, and another low is supposed to form by cape cod sending snow bands back inland. i think its a question how far in those bands go. the heaviest snow here is supposed to be between 1 and 4 am although they said we will only get 1-2 inches tops.
 

landman

Senior Member
Location
NJ
NO WAY! The snow is coming to Jersey first and were building a big wall to keep it here tonight!!!!!:rolleyes:
 

lawnkid

Senior Member
Location
Euclid, Ohio
Plow after it just stopped snowing

Here in Cleveland we got a bout 2" and on the higher elevation got about 4". If you don't plow right away it 's gonna melt and you're not gonna make any money. Plow it quick, It's melting here pretty fast and Iv'e only seen about 5 lots done cause it's melting quickly and it's a Sunday. Have fun!
 

cat320

2000 Club Member
Location
stoneham,ma
They have no idea what ,how much,or really what will happen I hear 10 different storm amounts from we will get burried to just and inch or two.?? does any one really know.
 
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slplow

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Location
FRAMINGHAM, MA
Well after all the forcast of 3-6 and 2-4 I got here zipe. Temp never went below 34 . To heck with this winter give me spring! Next winter will be better.( I HOPE)
 

BRL

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Location
Somerset, NJ
Not really, they're pretty sure next year will be an El Nino, which brings exactly this winter's weather to the NE. Oh well. We'll really weed out the fly-by-nighters at least.
 

BRL

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Location
Somerset, NJ
Yea I remember looking at the maps during the last El Nino & watching all of the snow storms skirt to the north. Lucky guys :(
This winter has been exactly like our last El Nino, except we had a plowable snow this winter. We have had cold temps here & there but we are suffering a pretty bad drought at this time. I'll take rain at this point as overall any precipitation is more important than whether we plow or not.
 

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