Spoke to my brother-in-law this AM in Mansfield, MA. Says they have close to 3 ft. and it's still snowing. Waiting to hear from a friend in NYC to see how they fared. And the coldest temps of the season are expected here tonight — s'posed to be in the low 30's by Monday AM! <br><br>
Funny part is I am not sure.<br>My guess is two feet so far.<br>May get up to 8 inches in the next two hours.<br>The snow is expected to end around 6p.m. so plenty more snow still to come.<br>The wind is gusting 50 to 60 mph so I can't tell what is snow and what is snowing being thrown around by winds.<br>When it is all said and done this will probably be a recording breaking storm with some areas getting 40 inches. <br><br>That wind is howling.<br><br><br><br>
Loc: Syracuse, NY
We got our share of it late yesterday and over night. It's over and the sun is now out.<br><br>I had to snow blow the driveway last night and again this morning. All told my guesstimate is that we received about 18" of snow. <br><br>The temps have actually warmed a bit. The last two days we have been below 0. And with the winds yesterday it felt a helluva lot colder than that. But right now with the sun out to warm things up it is a balmy 2 degrees. <br><br>
Yowsa! Haven't seen a storm like that since '92. Huge nor' easter in November that came outta nowhere. We had just moved into a newly-built house in Franklin, MA a few weeks earlier. Over 3 ft of snow, no power for 2 days, and I'm trying to get very green wood to burn in the fireplace. After that winter, I bought a big Toro snow-blower, and you better believe I kept the firewood piled high and dry from then on.<br><br>
30 degrees in Florida...Is that record?<br><br>They think this snowstorm will go in the record books as the biggest (most snow accumlation) snowstorm in MA history.<br>I was smart enough to buy a big snow thrower last year.<br>And I have plenty of wood and a Coleman dual mantel lantern.<br><br>Get this one... Nantucket has 70 mile per hour winds and they have no power.<br>You only need 74 mph winds to have a hurricane strength storm.<br><br><br><br><br>
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