It seems that our area the last 2 or 3 years, the snowmobile season is February and maybe two weeks in March.The forecast for northern new Hampshire is warm and heavy rain followed by icing. I expect what there is of the snow pack will take a pretty big hit. They just ran a groomer over the trail that runs by my house last night. I don't think it will be usable by sunday as the rain tends to flood the wet spots. Not a great year to be in the snowmobile rental business.
I cant't like that, stay safe.Local weather station has light rain starting tomorro evening with high in the sixties. Heavy rain and tornado threat.....3 inches here......friday into saturday morning....then turning to snow/ice mix. They arent sure until thursday when it hits pacific coast on snow totals for sure but calling for around 3 inches. I wish it would all be snow. Seems like anymore all the snow is just barely north of here along I-70.
Well hopefully we will both get some snow and no ice or tornadoes. We havent had a snow over 3-4 inches since 2011 when we got 20 inches. When i was a kid we got 8 inch snows pretty common.Sadly its getting hard to get any more than a dusting here in recent years.
We don't have any real cold temps in the forecast yet, we keep getting the moisture from the south without the cold so we're not getting much snow.After some warm spells, the chill is on here and it's going to get colder. Winter appears to finally be arriving. Looks like we are going to put a dent in the woodpile this January.
Potsdam is forecast to get 0.86 of ice, we're in for 0.59 but the ice forecast for our area has been dropping since this mornings forecast.Ice is the worst, hoping you don't get any
I won't die hungry. During the ice storm of 1998, in my old hometown we were only without power for 9 hours total, but up here some people on our road didn't have power for 3-4 weeks. We just wanted a certain amount of food cooked before the possible ice storm hit.