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  1. 2 inches is enough to justify it. Worse comes to worse at least I'll have my truck set up for the next one. Can't do anything else anyway with the rain. Good excuse to get the guys together for pizza and a beer lol. I generally trust you with this stuff because I can tell you love snow forecasting. What's your honest opinion on this one? Seems like every model run there's higher chance for higher totals but the torch tomorrow is going to kill it
  2. I'm in far northeast but most of my clients are in Holland/Newtown areas so that's generally a crapshoot with any weather. All it takes is that death band and they seem to always get them
  3. Hey all. Been a while since I posted. I'm getting better with reading the data but I'm still just a landscaper so this is more of a hobby. Would I be wrong to assume we're looking at 2 to 4 with two sticking along 95? Don't want to get the plow and salt spreader loaded up if it's going to be another bust with it being 60 tomorrow
  4. I'm not nearly on level of you guys and mostly lurk here while I try and learn this stuff. But I'm from levittown and had the same problem. Yardley always got smashed when I was younger about 20 years ago, I moved to Delco right on the border of new Castle county and until just recently we got passed over as well. Would see a great looking bow heading my way and the cells would split North and South. Same for snow which is my real interest. I'm also a landscaper by trade so it's even more frustrating when the models don't verify.
  5. You rock, thanks for the answer. So southern delco I should be getting ready around 5am? Lol I can finish my 6 pack first?
  6. I'm in southern delco. I've been trying to follow you guys but I'm a landscaper and I follow you guys religiously. What would I be looking at here and when is it starting? I know irishbri is close to me so maybe he could chime in as well?
  7. Ok thanks. Well at least i know im not torturing myself for no reason now. I do my best to follow you guys but I'm still horrible at reading the maps with timing.
  8. Are these bands actually going to happen now? I stayed up all night waiting to do snow removal here in delco and was just about to give up and go to sleep. Safe to say I should load up on coffee now?
  9. Ok thank you. Ive been lurking here for about a year now looking at everything you guys say and reading charts but there's so many variables. Im not quite there yet. I appreciate it.
  10. Realistically what are we looking at as far as totals around delco? Im a landscaper and by extension im trying to learn weather patterns. Would 2-3 be a good guess?
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