It's wet and sloppy here too, just the rhino on the trails will cause some damage once the snow goes.I brought mine out the other day for a quick spin since it seems like it has been forever since I used it. I'm ready for some cold to freeze it up a little and start cutting into my log piles.
We have about 4 inches of the white stuff on the ground and it's snowing again today. Late tomorrow sounds like a chitty day with some snow and 30-40 mph winds, the heaviest snow this year has been staying south of us.Do you guys already have persistent snow? All of ours melted and I don't think we will get too much from this current system.
We could get another 3-5 inches of snow tomorrow and then we'll have our coldest temps of the year for about three days.We had two warm rainy weather systems within the last two weeks so all the snow melted here. I'm hoping today we get some nice snow and the ground freezes. I'm ready to skid some logs.
Your post made me look at the long range forecast, after this three day cold snap I just might have a chance at felling a few ash.Winter can't make up it's mind here either. We could see up to 6 inches of snow in the next day or so, but by Sat temps are in the 40's and warmer temps next week. I'm ready for things to freeze over.
For us last winter lasted too long so if the deep freeze holds off some, I won't complain.I'm sick of these little storms that dump about 6 inches of snow and cold temps for 2 to 3 days then right back to 40's and rain. I hope winter figures it out soon.
Mine is a bit louder than a standard, but gear meshing is also loud. The purist in me wanted to get a full manual or hydro assist since I learned on a full manual 70hp Ford. I have no regrets with the HST.