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  1. bmart

    Winter Banter thread

    I have had a question for a long time now that maybe someone here can answer. Figured this would go in banter but if it should go elsewhere (or doesn't belong anywhere), I apologize. We basically live at the foot of a plateau, where north of us, the elevation is 1600ft and we are at around 1100ft. The distance is about 1.5 miles line of sight. I'm wondering what effect, if any, this may have on snow levels in particular depending on which way the storm is coming from. It began to catch my attention when I noticed that we almost always heavily outperform areas maybe 1/2 mile south of us who have only slightly lower elevation. or it could have no impact at all and i'm just really overthinking things... thanks
  2. bmart

    2018/2019 snow total thread

    found 11/15 in text msgs, not scientific by any means tho -- 11/15-16 - 8" 1/17-18 - .75" Season total - 8.75" what a bust of a season.
  3. bmart

    2018/2019 snow total thread

    yeah sorry. i'm not too familiar with the protocol i guess.
  4. bmart

    2018/2019 snow total thread

    .75" weak.
  5. I just watched 6abc and compared it to our local. This is what wnep had minutes ago for this wknd. 🤷‍♀️
  6. Chances that north of the 10" line sees much rain / sleet? Also, what sort of QPF? i don't really like chiming in because i don't know much and don't want to detract from the conversation. hopefully my questions aren't ridiculous. thanks.
  7. how we lookin for on the monroe/carbon border. i was so proud of myself for getting everything prepared early this season with the plow, snowblower and generators and we haven't gotten a damn thing. never doing that again.
  8. bmart

    Post Easter Rain to snow event 4/2

    Solid 7-8" on banisters in poconos.
  9. West end of Monroe County. Stopped. Fug.
  10. half inch on deck rail, coming down steady, started only an 1.5hr ago.
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