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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoJoe View Post
    I learned my lesson a few years ago when we got a significant dump of heavy, wet snow. I waited until it was over, and it took me nearly two hours to shovel.

    We got around 12" yesterday - I didn't clear the driveway until it was nearly over because I knew my neighbor was going to let me use their snowblower. He did all the sidewalks in our cul-de-sac.
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    It's 63 degrees right now in NH.

    I turned the heat off in my house overnight and the house is still too warm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTE View Post
    It's 63 degrees right now in NH.

    I turned the heat off in my house overnight and the house is still too warm.
    Why turn the heat off do you not have thermostats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriotsGuy View Post
    Why turn the heat off do you not have thermostats?
    Well that's what I did. I lowered the thermostats to basically off.

    This warm weather comes at the perfect time as my oil level is far too low and I won't get a delivery until tomorrow.

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    3-7" of snow tonight into tomorrow, and snow showers for the rest of the week. This place is gonna shut down. My daughter is excited for no school, but she doesn't realize it'll extend into her summer break like last year. They got around 2-3' of snow last Feb, and schools shut down for 2 weeks. Well, rather than getting out of school 2nd week of June, the schools didn't close until June 24th. Be careful what you wish for, I told her. This aint Alaska where schools don't shut down for snow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTE View Post
    Well that's what I did. I lowered the thermostats to basically off.

    This warm weather comes at the perfect time as my oil level is far too low and I won't get a delivery until tomorrow.
    I remember the oil deliveries when I was a kid on Long Island.

    Do new houses go the oil route, or do they do natural gas?

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    A Little Rock weather guy posted this today. I remember this outbreak, while my town wasn't hit, I think three, or might have been four, touched down within 15 miles of here, south, north, west of my town.

    Houses leveled. A purina grain store (grain silos and stuff) wiped out. It was very memorable.

    Not sure about other states, but here, the worst outbreaks and most severe tornadoes have often happened in January, because as a southern state, we can easily, and regularly, get warm days in January, but then have cold fronts that move through and that makes for volatile weather.


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    Surprisingly, woke up to about an inch of snow on the ground. It's melted now. Sunny now, but it's supposed to snow again the next couple days.
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    Nearly 6" of snow fell overnight. Wasn't expecting that! Supposed to continue all day.

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    We're in the midst of a blizzard. Getting up to 2 feet today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoWave View Post
    We're in the midst of a blizzard. Getting up to 2 feet today.

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    Oh my. Is it wet and heavy snow?

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    Yeah. And it's accumulating quite a bit faster than they can plow it. We were sent home from work early today.
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    So, 5 km, that's about 100 feet, right?
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