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View Poll Results: How Much Snow Have You Gotten This season
0-6 Inches 11 14.10%
7-12 inches 10 12.82%
13-18 inches 7 8.97%
19-24 inches 4 5.13%
2-3 Feet 10 12.82%
3-4 Feet 12 15.38%
4-6 Feet 8 10.26%
7-9 feet 11 14.10%
10+ feet 5 6.41%
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post #1 of 68 Old 02-05-2019, 03:06 PM Thread Starter
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The poll should have 0 alone, or 0 as one, and dusting as another, before moving to inches. We've only had dustings, sweep with a broom if you choose.

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The poll should have 0 alone, or 0 as one, and dusting as another, before moving to inches. We've only had dustings, sweep with a broom if you choose.
I do agree, that so far this winter, it has been a major disappointment for snow lovers. We got one storm with about 4-6 inches then it turned to rain and sleet. One big mess.
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it hasnt been a snowblower worthy winter here........not yet , still plenty of time !

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Our home in upper Michigan has seen 179 inches down as shown today . . . sadly, I haven't been there much this year . . .
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Not a snowblower winter here in Southern Nova Scotia. The local Honda dealer has his machines reduced by $600. Usually by this time of year its hard to find one in stock. Ive never seen this dealer ever below Honda pricing. Must be hurting with a big tie up in inventory.
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We here in eastern Iowa, most all cities have gotten our normal winter average (anywhere from 24-35") already. I've measured 31" so far in my yard. Almost all of it occurred in a 3 week period to end January.

Just went through arguably the coldest stretch of temps in our recorded history. All time record here in Cedar Rapids (-31).

Today, and for the forecast tomorrow and Thursday - we've had sleet and freezing rain with more coming. Luckily the worst of it looks to be just east of us.

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We've had two snowfalls and a couple of dustings. Actually one snowfall was last year, in November we got 5 inches and then a week or so ago we got 3 inches. That's been it for the winter so far.

Come April I'll be looking for good sales if this keeps up!
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2-3ft here. Could be a very long winter. Quite often we have a green Christmas but this year we have had snow since early Nov.
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Over two and a half ft since Nov. Three more months of winter to go! Biggest dumps historically occur in Apr!

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