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Winter 2017-18 banter thread

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3 minutes ago, hudsonvalley21 said:

You could teach BxEngine how to play golf, if that makes you feel better:rolleyes:

Oh i know how to play. I just dont know how to count as high as i need to.

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Another year, another memorable winter (and I realize we may not quite be done.)   A great two week stretch of frigid cold after Christmas capped off with what's now considered your average annual blizzard, and ending with feet of snow over the course of March, with a mini-Spring in the six weeks in between.  

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5 minutes ago, coastalplainsnowman said:

Another year, another memorable winter (and I realize we may not quite be done.)   A great two week stretch of frigid cold after Christmas capped off with what's now considered your average annual blizzard, and ending with feet of snow over the course of March, with a mini-Spring in the six weeks in between.  

I think we're done here except maybe far northern areas unless a freak storm hits during the night

@Rjay how much did u get?

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6 hours ago, Rjay said:

This is snowman's torch.

What are you talking about? He said the pattern would flip. It flipped. To snowier. He nailed it. 

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2 hours ago, seanick said:

The funny part is there will still be people who say it can't snow this much in March. 

This also brings the Central Park March snowfall total to 11.4 inches as of midnight last night, beating the 11.2 inches that fell in January. This is now the the 3rd time in the last 4 years that March will be the snowiest month of the winter season, provided we don't get a big April surprise. DOn't rule it out.

We even overcame the sun angle, scientifically impossible.

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3 hours ago, CPcantmeasuresnow said:

This also brings the Central Park March snowfall total to 11.4 inches as of midnight last night, beating the 11.2 inches that fell in January. This is now the the 3rd time in the last 4 years that March will be the snowiest month of the winter season, provided we don't get a big April surprise. DOn't rule it out.

We even overcame the sun angle, scientifically impossible.

21 inches on Staten island in march...second storm 10+...47 for the season...so far...

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Crazy to think we’re almost in April. Looking forward to severe wx season, which is sure to disappoint those of us east of the Hudson.

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27 minutes ago, North and West said:

We had a general 6"+ in and around MMU; adding March 2nd, March 7th, and March 13th, we're over 30" for the Month of March. 

11.5" in Chester. I'm surprised how little there is at the office in Parsippany. 

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12 minutes ago, ForestHillWx said:

11.5" in Chester. I'm surprised how little there is at the office in Parsippany. 

I know I mentioned it the other day, but I was happy this one was pedestrian by us. Between the school snow days for the kids, the lack of power, the $800 in tree damage, and the loss of $200 in food from multiple power outages, I could use a break. Plus, for snow lovers like us, it was nice that other areas missed in previous storms cashed in and were enjoyed.

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21 hours ago, North and West said:

I know I mentioned it the other day, but I was happy this one was pedestrian by us. Between the school snow days for the kids, the lack of power, the $800 in tree damage, and the loss of $200 in food from multiple power outages, I could use a break. Plus, for snow lovers like us, it was nice that other areas missed in previous storms cashed in and were enjoyed.

I felt the same way.   The town is going around chipping all the branches that fell from the 3/7 storm and it's taking forever.  Didn't need a repeat of that and the kids have missed enough school.

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On 3/22/2018 at 7:15 AM, EasternLI said:

Remember when snowman said it can't snow in March.......:lol:

LOL-no sign of him this month here either...funny how he disappears like that...

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6 minutes ago, Brian5671 said:

LOL-no sign of him this month here either...funny how he disappears like that...

He's on a long vacation

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6 hours ago, AfewUniversesBelowNormal said:

Winter 17-18. Good luck getting snow next year

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Next winter will feature above normal snow.  It's an easy prediction.

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