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Old 10-28-2009
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I read the johndee outlook yesterday, plain old depressing.

That link Harry posted was interesting. Don't listen to the 77 inches of snow it says and compare it to our winters Harry. It may be close but doesn't get the lake effect we do. I know bloomingdale normally ends up with more than 200" of snow in a season, last year was just over 240".
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Old 10-30-2009
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We just got another snow storm today. I just cleaned about 3" of snow off of my car. In the last month, we've had 3 snowstorms, and it rains several times a week. I don't think it's going to be a terrible winter like all the El Nino people are predicting. The summer was abnormally cool, so why would the winter be warm? Even if El Nino does what it is supposed to, big snowstorms are still a possibility. I don't like to ride old snow, so I don't care if it's warm and the snow doesn't stay as long. I'm all about riding the big dumps when it's fresh. I guess I'll be changing my tune when we're still having all these rainstorms in late December, but as of now I don't think the winter will be terrible.
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Old 10-31-2009
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Before all the predictions came out for this year I was trying to remember if a rainy fall meant for a dry/cold winter.
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Old 10-31-2009
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Before all the predictions came out for this year I was trying to remember if a rainy fall meant for a dry/cold winter.
That has been the trend over in Northern MN there Billy, Rain in the Fall, dry in the Winter, till April then we get like 30 plus inches of the wet stuff!! Got about an inch of Snow last night
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