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post #1 of 6 Old 02-17-2015, 10:34 AM Thread Starter
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Red face Finally - Some Acceptable Snow for my NOMA!

Here in SEPA we were on the northern edge of the "good" snow. Forecast last night was 3-4". We got 4". I'm okay with that, though would have preferred 6-12"+! With that said, my NOMA did great.

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My Husky was happy:


And my fiance was not:


All in all, decent snowfall and very happy with how the NOMA performed. Now if only we could some real snowfall, I'd be happy!

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Glad you got some snow !

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Glad you got some snow !
Thanks! You have no idea how happy I was to see more than 1-2" on the ground. Every storm this season has been a northerly track (thus coating to 2" of snow, or freezing rain, or just rain). This storm was southerly, but still a bit too far south for the real good stuff. Last season we had 68" of the good stuff! 2nd highest on record. Prior to that was 2009-2010 where we had the #1 snowfall season with 78.7". I was renting a house at the time:


What a freaking winter!


This year thus far? A piddly 10.2"

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Never thought I'd be in a position where I was happy for someone getting snow or sad that I didn't have any. Can't wait to try out my Toro.

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i'm not sating we all need a blizzard but jut just enough snow for testing purposes

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Finally - Some Acceptable Snow

Gee, that's funny, because all of the snow that I have gotten this month is (UN)acceptable snow!
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