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post #1 of 178 Old 03-10-2017, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
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Smile "March Nor'easter could be 'biggest snow' of season for Northeast"

It was in March of 1993 we had "the big one", 48" in one continuous storm, started on Friday night, the 12th. Biggest storm since 1966 in CNY (Syracuse). Probably not that big this time but here's what they're predicting for the Northeast.

Nor'easter early next week could be 'biggest snow' of season for Northeast | syracuse.com


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It was in March of 1993 we had "the big one", 48" in one continuous storm, started on Friday night, the 12th. Biggest storm since 1966 in CNY (Syracuse). Probably not that big this time but here's what they're predicting for the Northeast.

Nor'easter early next week could be 'biggest snow' of season for Northeast | syracuse.com
what about the blizzard of 78 ? I was there. shut down the whole northeast.

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ahh, it will probably just be rain, especially if your machine is tuned to the teeth and ready for anything.

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Does anyone have a link to that "winter's over" thread that was started a few days ago?

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Does anyone have a link to that "winter's over" thread that was started a few days ago?
https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...xt-winter.html
Is it this one.....
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I'm in deep regret with this snow right now, I didn't do the impeller mod when I put it together intending to pull it apart again when it warms up for paint, Well when I got home from work I had to clear the slushy snow before the temps dropped and it turned to ice, Holy clogging batman, Was NOT a good time with constant clogging.

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what about the blizzard of 78 ? I was there. shut down the whole northeast.
Don't know about Syracuse, I wasn't living here in '78.


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I was living in Cleve, Oh. in 78. Man what a time we had.
Living in eastern West Va in 93 and we got 29".
Last year here in S.C. Pa. we got 33" if I remember correctly. Maybe it was 36".
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Whoa I'm in the crippling zone. I'm excited.
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Unfortunately storms are named in alphabetical order so this one's Stella, coming after Reggie. I'd prefer Big Kahuna.
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