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Old 03-08-2018, 10:25 AM   #1
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Any snow totals for us weekenders, Meredith?
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Old 03-08-2018, 10:26 AM   #2
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Any snow totals for us weekenders, Meredith?
Just spoke to my property manager and he said about 8 inches so far and still snowing
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Old 03-08-2018, 10:29 AM   #3
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.....yeah.....Meredith Neck got totally buried....with 30-36" heavy, heavy snow, will definitely keep the snowmobiles on the snow till April ...... aha .....fake news!

Looking for snow ..... it's goodbye Lakes Region ....... and hellooooo Bethlehem or Pittsburg or useless in Eustis, Maine .....or somewhere .... 2-3 hours up north ...... or, down in Hillsborough, NH ....or somewhere?
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That's what I got back in Waltham but it was heavy as mud. I'd rather have 2 feet of powder.
It would have been 2 feet of powder if it was colder.

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I'm guessing 16-18 inches here in Londonderry of VERY heavy (good for snowmen and snow fort building) snow. Took 2 hours to clear the driveway. I WAS really enjoying seeing my lawn these past few weeks. Now I have to wait for all this to melt again. Lawn was also pretty dried out before the storm so I will have to trudge through the "muddy season" again.
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12 to 14 " of wet heavy snow down here in Pembroke, NH.

Had hoped to get up to our cottage in Laconia this weekend, I Don't Think So !

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Sounds like there could be some decent conditions at Gunstock this weekend.
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If anyone under the age of say 16 doesn't build a huge snowman today then the terrorist have won.
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Old 03-08-2018, 05:58 PM   #9
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Any snow totals for us weekenders, Meredith?
....maybe 5" or so..??..not much... Lights are on and roads are bare. We got the heck out of Dodge back in MA this morning. Our town looks like a scene from The Walking Dead. No power...no heat....and allegedly it's not coming back on for a while, so up to Meredith we went! BAck in MA is just rats' nest after rats' nest of wires, tree limbs, snow, etc.
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At 10am this morning, right at 10 inches of very heavy, wet snow in Alton, west side of the bay, a half mile west of Sandy Point, and half mile above the bay. Packs down like concrete. After snowblowing, big portion of our driveway is down to the pavement.

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It's never stopped snowing here in Wolfeboro. Latest forecast is continued snow until 10pm.

Judging from shoveling my drive and walk, it's about 14" so far. Much of it has blown off the roof, at least.
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Hello, Music Man

My wife and I are planning on coming up from Ma tomorrow.. We have a place on Back Bay. Do you know if the power is on in that area and by any chance know how the traveling is supposed to be on 28?
Much appreciate any info before we make the trip.. Thanks
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Thanks for all the responses. Coming up in the morning, just wanted to know what to expect.
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Spectacular!!! That may have been the most workable snow I've had the privilege of moving.
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Kids must of had a blast at recess today. There must be 30 snowmen at the interlakes high school near the road. Pretty funny to see coming up over the hill
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Completely unrelated, but had to say, nice user name!

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It was fantastic at the rockpile yesterday morning. (Gunstock) By noon time the trails/slopes were shot. Hopefully they will groom during the night for the weekend warriors.

Can't wait for Monday to get back on the boards and cruise.
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My wife and I are planning on coming up from Ma tomorrow.. We have a place on Back Bay. Do you know if the power is on in that area and by any chance know how the traveling is supposed to be on 28?
Much appreciate any info before we make the trip.. Thanks
Sorry I missed checking in before now - so you must already know that power is fine, never went out.

Higher temps and sunny Friday has the snow melting/compacting pretty fast!
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Looks like we'll have to update this thread for this week's snow!

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Old 03-13-2018, 09:01 PM   #25
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Any snow updates, Meredith? We got 20" plus back here in Waltham Ma.
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Old 03-13-2018, 09:22 PM   #26
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You are lucky, only around 7 in Moultonborough so far. Hoping to get a substantial amount more tonight.


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We've got about 16" in Meredith this morning and it's still snowing right now. I hear the SE of the lake got over 2 feet. Any reports from Wolfeboro?
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We have 28 inches on the ground in our yard. That's 21 inches more than this time yesterday morning.
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Here are some snow totals according to WMUR, but there are still snow bands expected during the day.
Break out the sleds!

Raymond: 27 inches

Northwood: 27 inches

Atkinson: 26.5 inches

Rochester: 25.5 inches

Hampstead: 25 inches

Tuftonboro: 24 inches

Nottingham: 23.3 inches

Epsom: 23 inches

Merrimack: 23 inches

Manchester: 23 inches

Kingston: 23 inches

Wakefield: 23 inches

Fremont: 23 inches

Milton: 22.3" inches

Pembroke: 22 inches

Goffstown: 22 inches

Farmington: 21.5 inches

West Gonic: 21.2 inches

Lee: 21 inches

Union: 21 inches

Brookfield: 20 inches

Wolfeboro Bay: 19.2 inches

Brentwood: 19 inches

New Ipswich: 18 inches

Stratham: 17 inches

Nashua: 16.4 inches

Freedom: 16 inches

Hampton: 16 inches

Gilmanton: 15.5 inches

Concord Airport: 15.1 inches

Strafford: 14.7 inches

Alstead: 14 inches

Madison: 13 inches

Lancaster: 12.5 inches

Troy: 12 inches

Center Harbor: 11 inches

Marlborough: 11 inches

Franklin: 9.5 inches

Newport: 9 inches

Swanzey: 8 inches

Sutton: 8 inches

Keene: 7 inches
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It looks like there will be plenty of spring skiing.
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Looks like 15-18" here. A little hard to find a consistant # here as the wind was blowing snow around most of the day
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16 by me in Laconia. Would be nice if they reopened the trail in Belknap


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Right around 18" in Gilford...
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All just round it off to a hell of a lot in Hooksett.

I'd like to think we're done with snow for a while.
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I sure hope I don't have to ask for any more updates.
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Another round coming next week mid week!
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I don't get it - riding and snow was fantastic till I stickered one of my sleds then it all goes to hell and never really did recover from that.

Spring was nearly here, warm weather no snow on the ground, summarize my machines push the trailer into the back yard and next thing I know a couple weeks later there is 4 feet of snow in my yard and even more on the way?

I give up.
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I don't get it - riding and snow was fantastic till I stickered one of my sleds then it all goes to hell and never really did recover from that.

Spring was nearly here, warm weather no snow on the ground, summarize my machines push the trailer into the back yard and next thing I know a couple weeks later there is 4 feet of snow in my yard and even more on the way?

I give up.
So it was you that jinxed us all!
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I don't get it - riding and snow was fantastic till I stickered one of my sleds then it all goes to hell and never really did recover from that.

Spring was nearly here, warm weather no snow on the ground, summarize my machines push the trailer into the back yard and next thing I know a couple weeks later there is 4 feet of snow in my yard and even more on the way?

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At this point I'm ready to sacrifice a goat!
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I don't get it - riding and snow was fantastic till I stickered one of my sleds then it all goes to hell and never really did recover from that.

Spring was nearly here, warm weather no snow on the ground, summarize my machines push the trailer into the back yard and next thing I know a couple weeks later there is 4 feet of snow in my yard and even more on the way?

I give up.
I guess you haven't lived in this area of the country for very long to if you thought we wouldn't get any snow in March.
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I'm actually a native of NH - that said I don't like it here and shocking to say this is one of the reasons why!
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I'm actually a native of NH - that said I don't like it here and shocking to say this is one of the reasons why!
Pretty tough sledding in a warm weather climate where it doesn't snow a lot.
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At this point I'm ready to sacrifice a goat!
Me too, which Animal is for spring? I'll do it at this point.
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I don't get it - riding and snow was fantastic till I stickered one of my sleds then it all goes to hell and never really did recover from that.

Spring was nearly here, warm weather no snow on the ground, summarize my machines push the trailer into the back yard and next thing I know a couple weeks later there is 4 feet of snow in my yard and even more on the way?

I give up.
Maxum;

Don't give up just go North of the border a little for fantastic full season riding....Here's a pic a friend of mine sent me last night. They are in the middle of doing the Gaspe loop in Quebec and this is a photo of his back door at the hotel they are staying at...

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Don't give up just go North of the border a little for fantastic full season riding....Here's a pic a friend of mine sent me last night. They are in the middle of doing the Gaspe loop in Quebec and this is a photo of his back door at the hotel they are staying at...

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That's pretty crazy, with that much snow the riding must be epic though! Thanks for sharing.
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Don't give up just go North of the border a little for fantastic full season riding....Here's a pic a friend of mine sent me last night. They are in the middle of doing the Gaspe loop in Quebec and this is a photo of his back door at the hotel they are staying at...

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I remember going to Quebec City for a hockey Tournament many years ago and the ranch home of the billet family that my son stayed with was almost covered with snow. It was a good ten feet, there was a cavern to the front door. I had never seen that much snow before or since.
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Meteorologists are now saying that we (greater New England) might be spared from the next storm systems passing south! Fine by me!
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April is going to be pretty muddy with all this snow.

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