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    last year, we had a drought, local watering bans and concerns if the snow making ponds will have enough water. Here's this year drought conditions. So far so good, I haven't brought out the water sprinklers, may hold off since the lawn is still in good shape.

    http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/Home/R...aspx?northeast

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    Quote Originally Posted by jack97 View Post
    last year, we had a drought, local watering bans and concerns if the snow making ponds will have enough water. Here's this year drought conditions. So far so good, I haven't brought out the water sprinklers, may hold off since the lawn is still in good shape.

    http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/Home/R...aspx?northeast
    Last year's drought situation:
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    This year's drought situation: Actually looks like drought redeveloping along the coast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abubob View Post
    This year's drought situation: Actually looks like drought redeveloping along the coast.
    Well at least it is not where the snow making ponds are.
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    Whonis goo g to be right? This one contradicts Farmers Almanac a bit.

    http://www.onthesnow.com/news/a/6280...ather-forecast


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    Quote Originally Posted by dlague View Post
    Whonis goo g to be right? This one contradicts Farmers Almanac a bit.

    http://www.onthesnow.com/news/a/6280...ather-forecast
    Onthesnow's prediction is for "normal" snowfall in the northeast. That doesn't contradict Farmer's because all they said was "cold and snowy". Well that's "normal"!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abubob View Post
    Onthesnow's prediction is for "normal" snowfall in the northeast. That doesn't contradict Farmer's because all they said was "cold and snowy". Well that's "normal"!
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    Long island got about 4 inches of rain today so that map should change pretty quick.

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    Weatherbell's first guess.....

    https://www.weatherbell.com/prelim-winter-2017-18
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  10. #20
    It's been a very wet summer in SoVT; at least in our area. We've had some serious deluges in the last few months. One partially washed away a stone staircase on our property. Huge difference from last summer.

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