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Master Forge with a cold hat

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got almost a foot since yesterday morning.

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calling for another 8 to 12 by 4 P.M. today

 

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post #2 of 11

Man that's some snow, but in NY I'll bet that's not uncommon. 

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It has been an unusually warm winter. We are about 60 inches below normal for snowfall. 

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Time to cold smoke some cheese?????

 

 

Just kidding... that is some storm!

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Nothing personal Dave but please keep that snow out in your part of the state......I've really been enjoying the mild temps and very little snowfall. Hate to spoil it now.

Tim

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So Dave....How much of that white stuff did ya wind up with??

Tim

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YIKES

 

 

I can still feel the PA chill

post #8 of 11

Wow! I can feel the cold!

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I'm glad it has been a mild winter here so far. We were long overdue for a good winter as the past few years have just plain sucked here. Now go clear that smoker off and fire it up. yahoo.gif

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tim202 View Post

So Dave....How much of that white stuff did ya wind up with??

Tim

Total was about 18 inches in less than 24 hours
post #11 of 11

Wow... I love San Diego!!!  If we ever saw anything like that here, we would have thought Hell froze over and then hide in the garage.

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