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post #1 of 52 Old 01-22-2015, 07:07 AM Thread Starter
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Possible Storm on Sat and Mon

Praying that what I heard on the news this morning happens. I heard that there is a possibility of a storm on Saturday which could be either rain,snow,mixed. Praying for the the snow so I can use my machines. 6" will be perfect, more always welcome. Also tracking something for Monday. Need to get some action on my machines since I repowered them. GIVE ME SOME SNOW

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post #2 of 52 Old 01-22-2015, 07:26 AM
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I hear ya! I figure because I worked hard refurbishing my blower, that will assure we won't get enough snow to use it. I'm fine with that too.
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Didn't you guys get some snow yesterday? We were supposed to have a dusting but that missed too. Possible action scheduled for Saturday but really is looking kind of warm
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I think we get enough snow to user our blowers in the Boston area this storm, but there also another storm with a stronger possibility for snow on Monday/Tuesday of next week. Fingers are crossed both hit!

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Of course we're going to get snow Saturday. It's the wife's annual formal First Aide shindig that night . In the last 15 years it has snowed or there was snow on the ground over 85% of the time for the shindig. Hopefully it happens early enough to give me time to use the new snow blower .

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The same goes for here in Connecticut. Depending on how it tracks, could be more or could be less. I vote for less or none at all.

I have a modification that I did to my chute over this past summer and I am not really interested to see how it works.

And Whimsey, I hear you. Every time that my next door neighbor's wife goes down to Florida during the winter season, we get glued, screwed and tattooed. The last time, (8, February 2013).
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I'm eagerly awaiting a decent amount of snow as well!

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got a new auger belt for little red. Hoping for some snow now to get back the $20 spent on the belt so I have it running. Test ran big and little red to make sure they're ready for anything I get hit with on Saturday and possibly Monday.
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Just looked at the weather channel site and now Sat is 1-3" and Monday is less than 1" here in NW NJ. My new machine will still look brand new next year at this rate .

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