Are you ready for the 1st Northeaster Winter Storm in Oct? See expected snow map! 4-8 inches. See NO

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  1. Don2222

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    The upside of a woodstove in no worries about heating the house during power loss. The downside is all the friends with a back-up plan that includes your warm house. :gulp:

    Gool luck to you all!
     
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    Hello

    Yes about wood heat unless the wood pile is buried under a pile of snow!

    Here are the record breaking totals for NH

    Concord NH previous record was 3 inches for the month of October
    Today they just got 22.2 inches for a total of 23 inches for the month of October

    See News 9 video cast pic below
     

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    Hello

    I really like the NOAA current snow depth map for today!!

    See pic below.

    Click to Enlarge!
     

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    We got about 6" here in the Lower Hudson Valley. My drive home went surprisingly well. I had to take a different route due to trees down. Still no power at the house. Big tree took down the about 500' of power lines about 150 yards from my house. Con Edison says power will be restored by Wednesday, 11 pm! Stove is going, and I have an extension cord from my neighbor's generator. My other neighbor, the licensed electrician, put a tail on the furnace so I can plug it into the cord from the genny. Woodstove, candles, fridge and hot water. We're fine.
     
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    Glad u made it home without too much hassle. Atleast you have access to a genny!

    Good Luck, take care
     
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    You have a good attitude flatbed. I'll have to call my sister tomorrow. Sounds like they will be without power too.
     
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