Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Merry Christmas !

I'll make it short and sweet.  Picked up 3 inches over night and it looks like more to come.  More later.

5:00pm

Forecast is still looking good for the upcoming week and snow over the next few days.  Conditions sure have turned around when you think just last week on Tuesday the front yard was green.  If we get this next round of snow our conditions could be better than they where at any time last year.    Go figure....but only time will tell.  I'm headed out to clear the snow away from in front of the trail cam and then it's time for Christmas dinner.

Today's Video......

21 comments:

  1. merry christmass to you and the gang. and god bless the webster fire dept.

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  2. MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY!! BE SAFE AND LOOK OUT FOR THE MONSTER STORM ON THURS AND AGAIN SUNDAY!!


    WHITE GOLD WHITE GOLD WHITE GOLD

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  3. Merry Christmas Steve!!!!

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  4. Will Take advantage of Cold and Snowy JAN and FEB

    ...Is what Weather Channel and others,long range predict.

    Get up and get out.!

    (March may be a bit..(?).say..warm.)

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    1. True Weather Man........December 25, 2012 at 4:01 PM

      I call the forcast Right Now.. 12 to 17" Weds night to thurs afternoon...


      Get your plows Ready!

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  5. Merry Christmas Steve. heading up tonite can't wait! :)

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  6. Heading up on Friday ill say 8 to 12in outta storm wed nite to thrusday! Merry Christmas!

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  7. MERRY CHRISTMASS Chris to you and yours

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  8. OUT ON TRAILS YESTERDAY AND TODAY MOST ARE A 7 to 9 and all to myself

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  9. The pic. Is from Nelson cottages in Inlet ny!! We love it there!! Was just there this summer.

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    1. Hi Anonymous

      Not sure who you are but are so happy you enjoyed it here and look forward to your return next summer. Anyone who loves it here is #1 in our book.

      Linda & Ken Nelson
      Nelson's Cottages
      Inlet, NY

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  10. The picture is taken on Hollywood Hills Rd ( Lakeshore Dr) it's was taken about a mile and half in from route 28. About three lots east of the old Booze-N-Snooze.

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  11. It does seem that the base should be alittle more than 0-2in with 21inches of snow fall. But ill take it!

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    1. No, that's just what it should be with snow falling on warm ground.

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  12. Merry Christmas from Pittsburgh, PA, we look forward every winter to your awesome video's and narrative.

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  13. Does anyone know why the trail to Brantingham is closed, took it last night half way there is barricades ???

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  14. Trail5Eddie...............December 26, 2012 at 10:48 AM

    ... Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from 7 PM this evening
    to 7 PM EST Thursday...

    * locations... western Mohawk Valley... Schoharie valley..eastern
    Catskills... southern Adirondacks... Lake George Saratoga region
    and southern Vermont.

    * Hazard types... moderate to heavy amounts of snow... sleet... and
    light freezing rain Wednesday night into Thursday.

    * Accumulations... between 8 and 16 inches of snow and sleet is
    possible Wednesday night into Thursday... with the highest
    amounts expected across higher elevations.

    * Maximum snowfall rates... brief intermittent bursts of 1 to 2
    inches of snow per hour tonight and early Thursday
    morning.

    * Ice accumulations... light ice accretion... a tenth of an inch or
    less of ice... is possible in the Schoharie valley... eastern
    Catskills... Saratoga region and southern Vermont. Late tonight into
    Thursday.

    * Timing... snow is expected to begin this evening... heavy at
    times by late tonight. Sleet and freezing rain is expected
    to mix in around daybreak Thursday morning and continue
    Thursday morning... then end as snow showers Thursday afternoon.

    * Impacts... heavy accumulations of snow... sleet and light
    accumulations of ice will make for dangerous travel on late
    tonight into Thursday.

    * Visibilities... frequently below 1 mile in moderate to heavy
    snow... with intermittent periods below one half mile.

    * Temperatures... temperatures will be in the mid 20s
    tonight... warming to the lower 30s Thursday.

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    1. Enough with the pasting loser.

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  15. Thank you Steve, you provide a great service to people coming to your area. Unfortunately, I'm one that does not stay with you, but I really apreciate all you do. Is there any way to view the web cams live?

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    1. Hi Kevin,

      Thanks for the kind words. The cams upload every five minutes.

      Steve

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