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12-18 inches of snow for my area?

That's what they say the forecast is by the end of Tuesday for south Denver area. Let's hope so! I'm eager to use my 28SHO some more.
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Hope you get it..... moisture is needed in many places right now




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This will be the second year in a row that I'll likely have to add water to the pool once it thaws and we open it. Usually it's a matter of draining some off. Not much snow out there at all in this MN/WI region.

Really bad for the farmers and the forests. It's driving the snowmobile, snowboard and skiing crowd crazy and then come spring the lakes are low so the boaters and fishermen are feeling it too.

Hope your SHO kicks some snow !!

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This will be the second year in a row that I'll likely have to add water to the pool once it thaws and we open it. Usually it's a matter of draining some off. Not much snow out there at all in this MN/WI region.

Really bad for the farmers and the forests. It's driving the snowmobile, snowboard and skiing crowd crazy and then come spring the lakes are low so the boaters and fishermen are feeling it too.

Hope your SHO kicks some snow !!
I heard it all suppose to be in extreme southern MN with little to no snow in central MN. it is much like last year two years of little to no snow. I own 3 Polaris sleds and None of the trails are open here and I can't remember the last time I used my snowblower even.
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