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February to Forget Volume 2 - 2020

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39 minutes ago, Spanks45 said:

I actually have a couple of them singing away near my feeders today....

Yea I didn't realize their migration started around Feb 15 every year onto coastal CT. 

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8 minutes ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

I don't blame you, but I do recall you explicitly wondering if winter had showed its hand after the fast start. Not knocking you.....no one has absolutely nailed this season.

I remember we all had that awful feeling in the back of our heads. We mentioned a 89 90 flip and that's exactly what has transpired.  It happens 

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33 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Yea I didn't realize their migration started around Feb 15 every year onto coastal CT. 

me neither, probably just use to snow this time of the year...

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2 hours ago, 40/70 Benchmark said:

I don't blame you, but I do recall you explicitly wondering if winter had showed its hand after the fast start. Not knocking you.....no one has absolutely nailed this season.

That's always a common idea during a snowy December it seems.  If it snows early, everyone starts "wondering" if that is how winter will go.  

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3 hours ago, Hoth said:

Walking in Hamden this afternoon. Half dozen or so of them up in a maple. I've never seen them this early.

I looked today didn't see a one.

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7 minutes ago, kdxken said:

Doesn't look like a whole heck of a lot what's the base?

I don't know where he is but I'd bet a good dense couple feet in that pic?

We've been pretty steady lately with 12-18" on the ground in the lower elevations surrounding the "mountains" while once 1,500ft and higher it's more like 18-36".  Champlain Valley is less with 8-14" in general.

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51 minutes ago, kdxken said:

Doesn't look like a whole heck of a lot what's the base?

18”-24” depending on which way the slope is facing. It’s a little lower than normal but not a heck of a lot. 

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49 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

I don't know where he is but I'd bet a good dense couple feet in that pic?

We've been pretty steady lately with 12-18" on the ground in the lower elevations surrounding the "mountains" while once 1,500ft and higher it's more like 18-36".  Champlain Valley is less with 8-14" in general.

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Between Roxbury and Braintree. Center of the state, 2 ridges east of the spine. You’re right, it is very dense. 

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