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1 hour ago, Spiderman said:

I predict very little.

 

Negative nelly :tongue:

 

56 minutes ago, 04nightfire said:

I say 4-6 inches

 

yes, depending where you are....:coffeenose:

 

 

Get your sleds ready, going need some packers....unofficially of course.....lol

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28 minutes ago, stoney said:

 

Negative nelly :tongue:

 

 

yes, depending where you are....:coffeenose:

 

 

Get your sleds ready, going need some packers....unofficially of course.....lol

Lol, 

 

We need cold first!

 

Our area has a lot of low lying wet - we need COLD then snow :)

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1 hour ago, Spiderman said:

Lol, 

 

We need cold first!

 

Our area has a lot of low lying wet - we need COLD then snow :)

Ya I know, but I sure ain’t gonna wish snow away…..can always make the snow work, can’t say the same the other way. 
 

Also not good for setting up that rink. 

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14 minutes ago, stoney said:

Ya I know, but I sure ain’t gonna wish snow away…..can always make the snow work, can’t say the same the other way. 
 

Also not good for setting up that rink. 

Terrible for setting up the rink :)

 

It can snow forever where I like to sled - it can take a hike where I live.

 

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Parry Sound looks high on the depth chart.

We ran up there once many years ago when they got 5' in one dump.

 

 

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Same old song from weather news..always the end of the world predictions and then nothing.....

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17 hours ago, 04nightfire said:

I say 4-6 inches

Metric or imperial inches....😜

 

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If winds lock into SW direction, buffalo will get smashed. Lake Erie surface temp 13cel, lower level -13cel and upper level -38cel. Parry sound area should get slammed as well, but not as much fetch as Buffalo. Kinda rare to get cold SW flow this time of year. 

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2 hours ago, catinental couch said:

That would be 1964 and 1984. 
I was in the middle of it both times 

 

Well, in our case, it was likely winter of '02/'03.

But that does seem to follow your roughly 20yr pattern tho.

 

 

edit: I think that it was '00/'01 now that I think aboot it a bit more.

(which sleds we were sportin' at the time.)

 

Yeah, looks like Jan 4 / 01

I trust that they have a hydro line near there that looks like this?

I know that;'s not Algoma.

 

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This coming weekend - in the fall of 1995 - I picked up my snow checked 1996 XLT - and rode it that weekend - putting on over 150 miles of fields and misc. areas in Muskoka.

I had over 600 miles on it by Christmas and ended that season with just shy of 4500 miles and traded it after one winter.

 

Those days sure seem to be a thing of the past in Muskoka

Last winter was the first in over 30 years I could not ride around our bay on safe ice between Christmas and New Years.

 

 

 

 

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Polaris always were "fat" from the factory - the colder it got - the faster/crisper they ran.

Good ole days :)

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National Weather Service out of Buffalo has just updated expected snow fall amounts.

Now saying 48 - 60  INCHES  !!!

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10 hours ago, Ox said:

 

Well, in our case, it was likely winter of '02/'03.

But that does seem to follow your roughly 20yr pattern tho.

 

 

edit: I think that it was '00/'01 now that I think aboot it a bit more.

(which sleds we were sportin' at the time.)

 

Yeah, looks like Jan 4 / 01

I trust that they have a hydro line near there that looks like this?

I know that;'s not Algoma.

 

1828648505_ParrySound.thumb.jpg.e9008688939a183319230a432b9b77ba.jpg

 

 

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Yes. I am pretty sure I know exactly where that is. 
I guess the twenty year pattern might make a huge snowfall event to be this year since we really didn’t have one in the last few years 

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1 hour ago, catinental couch said:

Yes. I am pretty sure I know exactly where that is. 
I guess the twenty year pattern might make a huge snowfall event to be this year since we really didn’t have one in the last few years 

Toronto got 53 cm’s one day last year. They got more snow then allot of areas in January. Snow was right up to mirror on my cousins car parked in street. 

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