Wow! The last time we had that much snow down here, a bunch of barn/shed roofs collapsed. But, then again, that was a very wet snow (lots heavier than dry snow)...I have 18 inches here at 40 miles N. of Seattle. Spent all day freeing up my work vehicle. (1200 ft driveway)
C'mon, that's rideable. You can install a plow on the front of a V-Strom and the driveway will be clear in no time.I have 18 inches here at 40 miles N. of Seattle. Spent all day freeing up my work vehicle. (1200 ft driveway)
Here (WI), -12° F at Noon yesterday with a high of -3° F later in the afternoon. Today, -21° F at 8:00 AM.In Colorado Springs around 9:30 last night, it hit minus 13. The forecast was for minus 15 overnight. That's probably a record for the 18 years I've been here.
Wow! At what point do you start worrying about your lungs freezing? (Not to mention your nose hairs!)I hiked on Friday for three hours and the high during that time was about 6 degrees. I went out yesterday for about 45 minutes in -9 Temps and decided to quit before the sun departed because my face wasn't covered.
Today it's supposed to hit 16, so that's doable. It's certainly been cold and snowy lots of places.
That's a pretty good trick turning snow into ammo. So much better than turning lemons into lemonaid.We just went through an ice storm that was just shy of enough to really screw up all my trees. Sunday night through Tuesday morning we are in for 6" to 10" snow.......beautiful snow. I can not wait. I have had 5 phone calls already from my snow plowing customers. The tractor is full of diesel fuel and the snow plow is mounted.
Bring it on......Corndoggy needs more ammo money.
Charlie,Wow! At what point do you start worrying about your lungs freezing? (Not to mention your nose hairs!)