The Good Thing About Freezing Rain...

quads Posted By quads, Dec 26, 2009 at 2:37 PM

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  1. quads

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    ...is that it stops the snow from drifting. Unfortunately, this part of the trail had already drifted before it started raining. Stuck!
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    Snoopy has a little trouble with the crust on the snow.
     
  2. hareball

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    Beautiful photos!
     
  3. Flatbedford

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    Did you get it unstuck or will it stay there 'til the spring thaw? :)
     
  4. quads

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    I got it unstuck, twice in the same spot! It was 6°F this morning, so if I go out there today, it should float right over the top without leaving so much as a tire track.
     
  5. thewoodlands

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    Quads great pictures, Santa didn't bring you chains for the tires.

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  6. Dix

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    Great pics, quads !!

    I can emphasize with Snoopy, Murphy is having the same issues :)
     
  7. Flatbedford

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    You got a bunch of snow out on the Island right? My boss is out in Manorville, said he got 30"!
     
  8. Dix

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    Manorville is the next town over... yep 30 " before the drifts !!!!

    We're with in 1/2 mile of the NWS measuring site.
     
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    What a mess!
    Don't worry, it should all be melted by June. :lol:
     
  10. quads

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    30"!? You guys can keep that! Yuck.
     
  11. Dix

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    LOL !!!

    It's melting now, the ground is frozen so it's a wunnerful winter mess.

    Atleast Murph can go outside and not have to bound through a snow drift !!
     
  12. Fsappo

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    It was gone in a few days. I was visiting family on long island. I got there weds night, was a winter wonderland (More snow than we had in the Syracuse area) and by the time we were leaving sunday morning, I could see the grass again. Now, in Central NY, that much snow may last till June.
     
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    It is rare for there to be snow on the ground all winter down our way.
     
  14. quads

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    I've seen it snow here the first few days of May before, but not beyond that. Normal years we have snow all winter long, but not always.
     
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