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February the climo snow month

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16 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Very seldom Sebago will totally freeze over too, As seen in that pic, Pretty tough freezing the middle of the lake at a depth of 315' besides the fact on a windy day you can have 3-5' waves, Not going to make any ice in those conditions.

I've only seen the big section freeze once or twice in the 12yrs we've lived in Standish/Raymond

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3 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

I've only seen the big section freeze once or twice in the 12yrs we've lived in Standish/Raymond

And even then, I would not venture out there onto the ice.

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2 hours ago, dryslot said:

I think i'm representing the bottom of the Maine folks on snow totals this season, Usually i can hang pretty well with you Tom or be slightly better.............:(

Certainly true since KevinW began offering the snow table.  Climo says otherwise, at least in the long term, as my totals run close to Farmington and their 90" average.  And you're 3rd of 4, ahead of South Portland and the Raymond rockpile is ahead of me by about the same as I'm ahead of you.  Would need another 15"+ here to move this winter from ratter to merely bad.  :P

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8 minutes ago, tamarack said:

Certainly true since KevinW began offering the snow table.  Climo says otherwise, at least in the long term, as my totals run close to Farmington and their 90" average.  And you're 3rd of 4, ahead of South Portland and the Raymond rockpile is ahead of me by about the same as I'm ahead of you.  Would need another 15"+ here to move this winter from ratter to merely bad.  :P

Hah yeah, I need more then that too, Its a ratter right now.

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16 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Hah yeah, I need more then that too, Its a ratter right now.

You guys have definitely taken the skunked award.  I kept waiting for one of those Miller B specials that just hammer like NE Mass on up through the Maine coastal plain/interior... but just hasn’t happened.  You guys can get one of those at 15-20” in like 12 hours that equals about 5-6 of my 3” fluffers in the snow table, lol.  Just hasn’t hit yet maybe... not that one would save the winter but I’m sure a 15”+ would offer some redeeming value.

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6 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Wire to wire month of Feb pack . No complaints on this month or Dec or Octorcher.

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That looks like about where mine was on our way to the airport late yesterday 

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14 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

You have a nice driveway, but park on the street?

We have 4 vehicles . My daughter has 3 of her friends over and they all drive. 6 cars outside now and 1 in garage. It’s a disaster 

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2 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

We have 4 vehicles . My daughter has 3 of her friends over and they all drive. 6 cars outside now and 1 in garage. It’s a disaster 

Sounds like a super spreader event.

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11 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

We have 4 vehicles . My daughter has 3 of her friends over and they all drive. 6 cars outside now and 1 in garage. It’s a disaster 

Good that you allow your kids to interact responsibly . So many are depressed and isolated this year. 

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23 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Sounds like a super spreader event.

Sounds like my neighbor across the street.  A 21 and 20 year old and their friends coming and going all the time.

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34 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Good that you allow your kids to interact responsibly . So many are depressed and isolated this year. 

Some don’t understand the impact and judge others. 

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44 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Good that you allow your kids to interact responsibly . So many are depressed and isolated this year. 

Anyone that figured out what was going on early in.. has been able to live a fairly normal way of life 

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2 hours ago, DavisStraight said:

Has Worcester gone below zero this year? I know I haven't, seems like a rare occurrence  not to at least once.

No, they hit 0F exactly. This would be two years in a row not getting below 0F. It happens about 10% of the winters historically. But it’s been more like 25% since 1990. Last time it happened back to back though was 2000-2001 and 2001-2002. 

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Went to N Abington to a really good Italian joint we like for take out food. There is definitely an increase in pack, likely tied to 2/1. Goes along with the satellite imagery. Probably a max near the town border. 

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1 hour ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Anyone that figured out what was going on early in.. has been able to live a fairly normal way of life 

Oooo look it’s the resident door to door salesman/ armchair epidemiologist... If only we all could have had his great foresight.

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