This is a great link to bookmark. Its adjusted daily by NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and it gives a good idea as to the current snow conditions around the state. We got 28" of snow just from yesterday's storm. Couple that with 3" last Friday and 8" last Wednesday and we have well over 3 ft. on the ground out there. Check it out often: http://ahps.erh.noaa.gov/nerfc/graphics/snowmaps/html/snow_depth.html
look where the one pink area is
right where it belongs
cape cod only has 4"? laughable.
oh we got blown away down here with 10-12, old man rivers. yeah, we got blown away by 10-12. pussies. what can i say.
although the cape is home to the dreaded 33 degrees and raining. wet. cold. miserable.
Jesse I was thinking the exact same thing. Right on top of pulaski.
Glad we got out of New England before this beast hit or we wouldn't have been making that much headway. Soon as we got to Jackson it dropped about a foot and a half up in the mountains. Once temps come up a bit, focus will shift to the mighty Snake and its tributaries.
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