I usually like to go for a walk in the snow... but my boots are thoroughly soaked through. First time that's happened, but it was a hell of a commute out of the city today.
No going outside for me til i have some dry boots again
I like to walk outside in most weather, but I'm not going outside in this, we're talking knee-deep snow.
Originally Posted by DatBoyJPP
That was every Friday and Saturday in Cortland for me from Halloween- Late March. This storm was a dud
Not here it wasn't. I went to bed and there was maybe a foot of snow on the ground. I wake up this morning and there's over two feet when I look at the accumulation on my porch. My mailbox is just barely peeking over the snowdrifts at the side of the road, although of course that's helped by the plows piling it higher.
However, snow-haters might want to sit down before reading this.
The GFS picked up another storm yesterday.
It received no attention in the media because everyone's focusing on the current storm, but if it hits the impact area is coincidentally the exact same region. May not happen, but given the model is now inside 5 days, it needs to be taken seriously.
Valentine's Day Snow Storm? (inches depicted would be higher than shown, as that image is only a 6h precip window)
Originally Posted by Saugus
I wake up this morning and there's over two feet when I look at the accumulation on my porch. My mailbox is just barely peeking over the snowdrifts at the side of the road, although of course that's helped by the plows piling it higher.
Take pics or you'll regret it some day. The pics I took outside my house from the blizzard of 1996 >30" are some of my favorite pictures I've ever taken. This **** doesnt happen often.
This being from a first poster as well a (drunk on Molson and The Club) Canadian; just walking home through the snow; I felt like I needed to inform you that all you need is a snowblower, or a shovel(preferable if the honey-do list is a time chart) It's all No Big Deal, if it was Tuesday oh Shi.t.. but it's Saturday. IT's gonna get snowy but don't run to the kwik-e-mart for tp or soup, it'll alll be cool in a day, maybe 2 if its that bad
We have a nor'easter of around 40-60 cm of(1.2 - 2.0 ft)snow (possibly) related to (or at least similar to) yours, coming up tomorrow or sunday, just chill, count canned foods and see which home dwellers intake the least calories.
So youre saying I should ditch my original plan to use a hair dryer to clear this snow?