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  1. #11
    Amazing how fast a little warm air and sunshine makes the snow disappear. There is still a 2 foot base in the yard, but at least if it snows again I have some room for it now.

    Whatever hits the fan will not be distributed evenly.

  2. #12
    This is the last day of warm weather - use this time to get your sidewalks and pathways shoveled and widened. It's gonna be a solid mass starting tomorrow.
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  3. #13
    Maybe I can peel that Christmas tree off the porch - I shoveled the snow off it last week like it was some ancient humanoid that got frozen in a glacier, but it was still iced to the deck.
    Two wheels, two skis, two feet, whatever...

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by billski View Post
    This is the last day of warm weather - use this time to get your sidewalks and pathways shoveled and widened. It's gonna be a solid mass starting tomorrow.
    Bill,

    You mentioned you were waiting on the snow to melt to see what was left in your yard...

    Anything interesting?

    -w
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  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by WJenness View Post
    Bill,

    You mentioned you were waiting on the snow to melt to see what was left in your yard...

    Anything interesting?

    -w
    We are down to about 22" today, from perhaps 30". It will be a while.
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  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by billski View Post
    We are down to about 22" today, from perhaps 30". It will be a while.
    Quite a bit of melting on south exposed slopes around the office (Woburn) today... Down to the grass in parts!

    What I found entertaining was the TORRENT of water into the storm drains from the snowbanks melting.

    -w
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  7. #17
    I'd say we're down to about 18 inches in our yard from close to double that just a week ago.

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    The bright side is that it's only mid-February, we've had an amazing first half, even after this event we'll still have a better snowpack than this point last year, and we still have the best skiing month of the year (March) ahead of us.

    I'm gonna go put my shades on.

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Cannonball View Post
    The bright side is that it's only mid-February, we've had an amazing first half, even after this event we'll still have a better snowpack than this point last year, and we still have the best skiing month of the year (March) ahead of us.

    I'm gonna go put my shades on.
    My optimism isn't as high as New England has been pretty much skunked regarding snowfall the past two Marches in a row.

    We had an epic spring snowfall season 3/4 years ago. It's been pretty disappointing the past couple of years.

    Only real Powder to be had after March 1st last year was Reggea weekend at Sugarloaf and then the end of April storm for Northern VT/NH

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by deadheadskier View Post
    My optimism isn't as high as New England has been pretty much skunked regarding snowfall the past two Marches in a row.

    We had an epic spring snowfall season 3/4 years ago. It's been pretty disappointing the past couple of years.

    Only real Powder to be had after March 1st last year was Reggea weekend at Sugarloaf and then the end of April storm for Northern VT/NH
    I propose we all book west trips in march. Then itwill certainly dump here

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