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Old 11-27-2010, 11:04 AM
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Default Well, the forecast was for 6-12 inches of snow above 2500 feet.

Out side temp has dropped almost 5 degrees in the past 90 minutes and the rain (I'm at 1350') is changing from rain to full on snow.

If you're heading into/out of Southern Oregon (I-5) this is what you'll be facing: I-5 at Siskiyou Summit, Oregon Road and Traffic Cam

This I-140 a few miles east of me ..... think I'll skip taking a trip over to Klamath Falls: http://www.oregontravels.com/_roads/...Woods_743.html
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Default Re: Well, the forecast was for 6-12 inches of snow above 2500 feet.

We had a similar forecast last weekend and we got 2 inches. We have a 2 inch forecast this weekend, and it looks like we got about one so far but still falling and it looks like more to come.

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Default Re: Well, the forecast was for 6-12 inches of snow above 2500 feet.

Better stay home Fred, the coffee pot needs tending to. I think that storm is gonna be on my doorstep tonight.
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Better stay home Fred, the coffee pot needs tending to. I think that storm is gonna be on my doorstep tonight.
Yea, like the big blizzard we had last week?
The one that dropped a whopping 4" of snow on my lawn?
Come on weather service, let it snow. Quit pussyfooting around!
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Default Re: Well, the forecast was for 6-12 inches of snow above 2500 feet.

No, it didn't drop much snow, but that was a nasty storm when it came in. And being out the next morning with my crew @ 02:30am trying to clean up all the crust and ice was no fun either.
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Default Re: Well, the forecast was for 6-12 inches of snow above 2500 feet.

yeah, the wind was nasty too here (northern Reno) and then the next day temps dropped to 4 degrees. I'm with you mojo, if it is gonna be cold and windy, then lets see a foot or more. We can use the water up in the hills, and, unlike when the donner party went through, I think we can weather a decent snow fall these days - though I don't think we want 6, 8 or 10 feet in a day or a weekend.

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Default Re: Well, the forecast was for 6-12 inches of snow above 2500 feet.

Well the real cut, snow level wise, was really at about 3,000 feet, but above that the mountains around us got a good dump. Save for the Sissieques to the south of me and the Cascades to the east ... 'civilization as we know it' wasn't really effected at all.

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Default Re: Well, the forecast was for 6-12 inches of snow above 2500 feet.

That same storm hit my place about 3 this morning and it has been snowing ever since, albeit very fine fluffy flakes, but I still have a foot on my back deck.
Really odd, my properties that I take care of have anywhere from 1.5" to 12", just depends what side of the road your on.
Should be fun @02:00.
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Default Re: Well, the forecast was for 6-12 inches of snow above 2500 feet.

I have cleaned ours three times and it still coming! ARGH!!!!!
AND IT ISN'T EVEN DECEMBER yet!
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