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2 hours ago, tombo82685 said:

Hey guys, so I am under contract for a house now. Assuming inspection goes well. The house is about 3.8 miles nw of Copenhagen, ny elev 1150’. Looks like on snow maps avg is 175”

A little bit far north for the W flow LES events but you'll get good retention there.

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51 minutes ago, wolfie09 said:

GFS and euro both have something within 200 hours lol

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No thank you.  I’ll have an excavator at the house for a project that week.  I’ve already been fighting snow for what seems like every day that I have been working on it already!!!

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19 hours ago, tombo82685 said:

Hey guys, so I am under contract for a house now. Assuming inspection goes well. The house is about 3.8 miles nw of Copenhagen, ny elev 1150’. Looks like on snow maps avg is 175”

You like to buy just outside of the big snow areas. But I get it, there isn’t much in the Redfield’s and Montague’s of the world. 

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1 hour ago, Flying MXZ said:

You like to buy just outside of the big snow areas. But I get it, there isn’t much in the Redfield’s and Montague’s of the world. 

There are literally 0 houses in that area. Plus you get a big snow there you may not get out to go to work or home from work lol. Lots of seasonal roads there. This spot is much better than lowville with about a 175” avg and over 1100’ in elev 

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1 minute ago, tombo82685 said:

There are literally 0 houses in that area. Plus you get a big snow there you may not get out to go to work or home from work lol. Lots of seasonal roads there. This spot is much better than lowville with about a 175” avg and over 1100’ in elev 

Yeah, that area doesn't have much at all and is far away from everything. Your new locale has that nicer proximity to Watertown while still getting good snows. Just to warn you, southerly winds off the higher elevations to your south on the Tug can lead to some rapid snowmelt there. 

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We made it up to 62° this afternoon but it has since clouded up and dropped a couple degrees.. Precipitation chances starting to move into kbuf CWA, guidance all over a place wrt amount, anywhere from a tenth or two (nam) to near an inch (fv3)...

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7 minutes ago, TugHillMatt said:

Yeah, that area doesn't have much at all and is far away from everything. Your new locale has that nicer proximity to Watertown while still getting good snows. Just to warn you, southerly winds off the higher elevations to your south on the Tug can lead to some rapid snowmelt there. 

Southerly winds off anywhere is going to torch most likely. Unless you live in the tug you’re getting that torch no matter what. Granted this spot is considered the tug, just not into the deep part of the tug 

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26 minutes ago, TugHillMatt said:

Yeah, that area doesn't have much at all and is far away from everything. Your new locale has that nicer proximity to Watertown while still getting good snows. Just to warn you, southerly winds off the higher elevations to your south on the Tug can lead to some rapid snowmelt there. 

Somewhere on 177 in the Barnes Corners area is probably the closest you can get to the heart of tug hill and still have a normalish chance of getting to work. But 177 is closed plenty due to les storms. 

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3 minutes ago, tombo82685 said:

I thought the one in feb that dropped a foot here was a les event?

Possibly lol That's why I mentioned it might not be fully updated but it's still going to be a below average lake effect season..

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