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dmc said:Looks like a monday to Tuesday event now...
Do you have a warranty on the new roof? I had my roof shingles replaced last year (they did it in 10 degree weather!) and the place I went with has a warranty that I hope will cover me if I have problems.skijay said:I know first hand what happens when there is a large amount of snow on a roof and the rain comes. $6,000 later I had a new roof. The roofer that installed the original roof when the house was built cut corners that showed up during a snow/rain storm.
skijay said:The roofer that installed the orignal roof when the house was built cut corners that showed up during a snow/rain storm.
ctenidae said:That's a pretty massive change just from this morning. NOAA still says "I dunno", though, so there's some hope.
subdude said:ctenidae said:That's a pretty massive change just from this morning. NOAA still says "I dunno", though, so there's some hope.
This storm is a miss for New England this weekend the Mid-Atlantic will hit the jackpot on this one before the storm goes out to sea. However, early next week New England could see a significant snowfall Tues-Wed time frame still way to early to tell.
Agreed. If anything I won't rename threads until there's a more imminent chance of them materializing...JD said:I recomend that we collectively stop looking at projections further then 4 days out. I just can't take it anymore. :blink: :blink: