Severe Weather Threat For 2020

Grizzerbear

Minister of Fire
Feb 12, 2019
831
SW Missoura
Slow and steady wins the race or sticky glue with crushed walnuts helps....:)
I agree...slow and easy. Try to brake as little as possible....and gather enough speed to climb the hills without over accelerating. On the twenty miles I drive to town I will take as many gravel roads as possible in a ice storm too. The loose gravel and uneven surface helps a lot plus less traffic. The other people on the road are what really worry me. The sticky glue and walnuts is interesting. I'll have to test that out.
 
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kennyp2339

Minister of Fire
Feb 16, 2014
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Just don't let the ice be like what we received in 98, that amount of ice would be scary back here with all the pines.
Is there a decent snow pack up your way? I have a ski trip planned for Gore Mtn week of Jan 12th, hoping that the northern tier get pasted a few times so we have more trails to use.
 
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thewoodlands

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Aug 25, 2009
13,370
Foothills of The Adirondacks
Is there a decent snow pack up your way? I have a ski trip planned for Gore Mtn week of Jan 12th, hoping that the northern tier get pasted a few times so we have more trails to use.
Not even enough snow for the county to open up the snowmobile trail just down the road, we received 4 or 5 inches the other day.

I'm not sure what Gore has for snow but I'm sure it's not what they usually have. The last hard rains we had, I heard Whiteface lost a chit load of snow.
 

kennyp2339

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Feb 16, 2014
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Thanks @CaptSpiff , I've been looking at that one to, I also like the old school nostalgia of ask some who lives in the area also, makes day dreaming more fun lol.
 
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