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Interior NW Burbs & Hudson Valley First Half 2017

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2 minutes ago, Radders said:

Not sure what is falling out of the sky right now, but it seems to be a mix of heavy sleet and mangled dendrites.  Not good for accumulations but it is extremely uncomfortable to outside in it with the wind gusting....

I expect we will switch back to pure snow as the low pulls away. 

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Just now, Radders said:

That burst of sleet has just put a whole new level of pain on the shoveling effort that I have to do later.  Arghhhh!

 

I know, but it will also act as snow preservative and keep our pack around longer, even it is March. 

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Back to snow here too.. Let's see if we can push out a few more inches.  I am at 16" now, but it is so hard to measure.  I tried to measure in a spot that is not suffering from blowing snow from wind.

 

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4 minutes ago, Juliancolton said:

Yeah. Plus the fact that they jacked instead of us means we're still technically "due". ;)

Agreed, this has been a fun storm, but nothing historic.  We are still due.

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