BWhite, I just looked at Gary Gray's Millenium weather updated as of Dec. 12th 7:00 pm
I don't see any part of Mass getting more than 12 inches of snow for this weekend.
At best I think you are looking at 8-12 inches in the far upper northwest corner of the state. tapering down to maybe 2-4 inches along the SE part of the state over to around Boston and possibly 1" - 2" on parts of the Cape.
Don't get me wrong, I love snow but something about 24"
of snow seems alittle much. Sounds like last year, 27" in 12 hours on Christmas. Hope that does not happen again, I have a beautiful new daughter to spend it with. :greenange
Om on the line between MIX and 5+ inches of snow. So Im gonna hope for the best. The winter is still young so im not gonna get greedy. Most years we don't see snow here until mid- Jan, early Feb. So Ill take what i can get.
I hope we get the snow part and not the rain. Cant plow rain. Winter is more than young, its not even officially here yet. We are in the 2-4" colored area, so atleast that would be a plowable event. Im gonna keep watching the local weather channel and se what they say. Im ready anyway, plow has been on since last weekends storm, I never took it off. Mike
Greg, I fully agree with you. Ill take alot of small storms instead of one big storm anyday. Easier on the truck and plow, and you get to plow more times spread out over the months. See a Ford and a Chevy guy can get along. Mike :argue
Give me more of this morning! A dusting that I can burn off with salt! Our contracts call for de-icing any time there is ANY visible snow, ice, etc. So this morning we were off to hit our properties. We have a couple that open very early so there is no waiting for the sun to burn it off either. Two guys, 1.5 hours later we were finished with the salting, magic of course, and then it was over to treat another 60 tons of salt with magic. Also, the residual is going to act as our pre-treatment for tomorrow. Truck reloaded with liquid and salt, just waiting for tomorrow! All in all, not a bad day.