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Couple inches of snow, but sunny. :)

 

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We always have a fairly mild (by Canadian standards) winter usually just above freezing most days but we do normally get a LOT of snow (upwards of 20-25 feet) in 2- 3 months (dec-feb) this year we've barely had any. I usually put around 100-120km on my atv plowing my long driveway each year & i think im at around 5km this year. 

Here's a vid of my driveway on a normal year: 

 

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1 hour ago, maas_art said:

We always have a fairly mild (by Canadian standards) winter usually just above freezing most days but we do normally get a LOT of snow (upwards of 20-25 feet) in 2- 3 months (dec-feb) this year we've barely had any. I usually put around 100-120km on my atv plowing my long driveway each year & i think im at around 5km this year. 

Here's a vid of my driveway on a normal year: 

 

120K???? You could almost plow the whole town of Grimsby once a year.:lol: You can keep it thank you. We got about 8 to 10 inches here yesterday, and other then the inch or so we got in mid Nov. that's about it for us so far.

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1 hour ago, kinot-2 said:

Couple inches of snow, but sunny. :)

 

Sunny here too today but it looks like you just lucked out this time around. Get you next time.:lol:

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3 hours ago, maas_art said:

We always have a fairly mild (by Canadian standards) winter usually just above freezing most days but we do normally get a LOT of snow (upwards of 20-25 feet) in 2- 3 months (dec-feb) this year we've barely had any. I usually put around 100-120km on my atv plowing my long driveway each year & i think im at around 5km this year. 

Here's a vid of my driveway on a normal year: 

 

Holey moley, Jed, that's a whole lot of plowing you got there. :blink::blink::blink:

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1 hour ago, H_T_L said:

Sunny here too today but it looks like you just lucked out this time around. Get you next time.:lol:

:frech1:

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5 hours ago, maas_art said:

We always have a fairly mild (by Canadian standards) winter usually just above freezing most days but we do normally get a LOT of snow (upwards of 20-25 feet) in 2- 3 months (dec-feb) this year we've barely had any. I usually put around 100-120km on my atv plowing my long driveway each year & i think im at around 5km this year. 

Here's a vid of my driveway on a normal year: 

 

Geezzus........I should have paid more attention in art class!!!

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We just had our first snowstorm in two years, 6-10" depending where people lived.  

 

 

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Miserable day. Freezing rain and two power outages so far. No hydro is such a pain and it's only been down about 30 minutes both times.

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8 hours ago, H_T_L said:

Miserable day. Freezing rain and two power outages so far. No hydro is such a pain and it's only been down about 30 minutes both times.

Not bad here, a little ice that was melting when I went out. :)

 

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About 5-6 in. here and still falling, but lightly. I hope the wildlife that I feed everyday, appreciate the snow shoveling I did so they can see the food I put out for them. It took a lot of effort to shovel that 5X10 patio. 

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We just had an ice storm and we'll be expecting 1" - 3" of snow Sunday.  

 

 

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4 hours ago, kinot-2 said:

About 5-6 in. here and still falling, but lightly. I hope the wildlife that I feed everyday, appreciate the snow shoveling I did so they can see the food I put out for them. It took a lot of effort to shovel that 5X10 patio. 

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1 hour ago, habs1952 said:

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More wintry mix in the forecast for us tomorrow.  

 

 

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It's so windy here tonight the puddles in my back yard have waves on them. 

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4 hours ago, habs1952 said:

It's so windy here tonight the puddles in my back yard have waves on them. 

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Just a lot of wind here, but flurries were coming down around 7 PM. 

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I saw the 1st 2 robins today. :) 

 

 

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2 hours ago, kinot-2 said:

I saw the 1st 2 robins today. :) 

 

 

:6185: I saw the first one yesterday.

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13 hours ago, habs1952 said:

:6185: I saw the first one yesterday.

But you only seen one. :frech1:

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