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Wed Jan 16, 2013, 05:52 PM

Fulton, New York averages 185" of snow a season, sometimes hitting 250"

http://www.tsforecast.com/seasonalsnowfall.html





My hens are outside now on green pasture - getting enough forage that they aren't eating much grain!

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Reply Fulton, New York averages 185" of snow a season, sometimes hitting 250" (Original post)
hedgehog Jan 2013 OP
Cooley Hurd Jan 2013 #1
hedgehog Jan 2013 #2
longship Jan 2013 #3

Response to hedgehog (Original post)

Wed Jan 16, 2013, 05:58 PM

1. We barely got a dusting in Auburn today...

In fact, the storm three weeks ago was the most we've seen in 2 years. We're lucky down here. Lake effect snow usually doesn't touch us. Of course, different story in Fulton and Oswego...

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Response to Cooley Hurd (Reply #1)

Wed Jan 16, 2013, 06:05 PM

2. This is the second year of no winter - at least so far.

We've been waiting for the law of averages to catch up with us - but so far nothing has hit.

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Response to hedgehog (Reply #2)

Wed Jan 16, 2013, 06:38 PM

3. That's what I worry about... Regression to the mean!

I got my driveway (>100 ft) plowed three times last winter which was tiny as things normally go here in very rural west Michigan. This year, almost no snow -- only an inch at a time, if that. Last week it hit mid-fifties. No plowing yet. No below zero temps or anything like it (most unusual!).

It is supposed to get very cold early next week. I suspect that we may hit negatives at night. But when it is that cold, there will be no snow.

It's very, very dry here. Lakes are down significantly. I mean real lakes. They don't call MI the Great Lake state for nothing. Plus, I am becoming increasingly worried about my well. If the aquifer goes dry, I won't have potable water.

We need precipitation, badly!

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