Post in 'The Inglenook' started by bogydave, Dec 15, 2012.
-Kinda weird how Wasilla is almost always warmer. It's -18 here, been at that since around 10pm
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Depends on location. West side of Wasilla usually colder. Got to -24.
Never heard that one but it makes sense to me.
This year and last year at this time everyone and their dog is sick. Seriously. My dog was sick last week.
Love the pic of the snow on the wood stacks!
great pics, keep em coming, so sick of the rain and lack of snow here. got 2 inches yestarday and now the rain and warmth has washed most of it away. looks like a repeat of last year...
Those are very impressive pictures. Please don't worry about sending snow my way! we never really know what kind of a winter we are going to have here. Sometimes it is up our backsides, others times, not even fit to run a snowmobile. Only thing I can count on it is Memorial day before I can plant most of my garden again. Wife and I gave up the battle with cord wood, now only burning pellets.
Did you guys get a bunch of snow as well? My folks live up in Northern Maine and they got 12+" today.
we have gotten about 6 inches here in northern vt between yesterday and today wet heavy stuff though stuck to everythoing very pretty though its wierd snow at my house travel down the road 10 miles and nothing must be the elevation change like straight down lol love it up here though
Had 2-3 inches the other day . . . rain came and took most of it away . . . it was spitting snow pretty much all day yesterday, but no accumulation. First storm southern Maine got the bulk of it . . . this last storm Northern Maine got the motherlode . . . right now it's all good . . . the roofers are still working on my roof so I'm OK with little to no snow.
It's going to be a White Christmas, and someone wants to go outside and play
16°, 45 MP wind, gusts over 60 mph
Clear, sunny, (windy is an understatement)
Snow leaving fast in some places & drifting by the wood stack & in front of the shop garage door.
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