Wednesday, February 6, 2013

As for the storm...............

Trust  me on this one, after watching many NE storms come and go.  It's all a guess on who gets what.  Because 60 miles one way or another can make a hugh difference on who gets hit.  There was one storm they predicted feet for us and all we saw was a few inches, 50 miles east of us got the a foot, go figure.

Today's Video for................

21 comments:

  1. not to pick but what the hell is a "northeaster"? LOL

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    1. GOOGLE WHAT? There is no such thing genius. Its a noreaster. Not a northeaster. Another dumb kid heard from.

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    2. Are you angry? You should really pick up a stress releiving hobby or activity. Posting on the blog obviously is not helping you. :)

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    3. @11:33 actually the correct spelling is Nor'easter but why split hairs over north or nor when it really means we are getting some well deserved snow. Hopefully you can get out and enjoy some riding

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    4. One should not question the Man who supplies us with the information, and for free prior to researching his incorrect comments!

      Nor'easter
      A nor'easter (also northeaster; see below) is a macro-scale storm along the East Coast of the United States and Atlantic Canada; it gets its name from the direction the wind is coming from. The usage of the term in North America comes from the wind associated with many different types of storms some of which can form in the North Atlantic Ocean and some of which form as far south as the Gulf of Mexico. The term is most often used in the coastal areas of New England and Atlantic Canada. This type of storm has characteristics similar to a hurricane. More specifically it describes a low-pressure area whose center of rotation is just off the East Coast and whose leading winds in the left-forward quadrant rotate onto land from the northeast. The precipitation pattern is similar to that of other extratropical storms. Nor'easters can cause severe coastal flooding, coastal erosion, hurricane force winds or blizzard conditions; these conditions are usually accompanied with very heavy snow or rain, depending on when the storm occurs. Nor'easters can be devastating and damaging, especially in the winter months, when most damage and deaths are cold-related, as nor'easters are known for bringing extremely cold air down from the Arctic air mass. Nor'easters thrive on the converging air masses; that is, the polar cold air mass and the warmer oceanic air over the Gulf Stream.

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    5. What a bunch of morons. Google noreaster and copy and paste it here. Grow up child.

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    6. Wow you guys have way to much free time! Get a life!

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  4. I think 12-18 inches coming. Old forge WILL get hit. Its a big wide storm.

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  5. Never thought I'd be doing this, on the way up to get my sleds and bring them home for the storm.

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  6. DANCE YOUR BUTTS OFF PEOPLE!!! It's looking real nice for OF!! Should be a great presidents weekend!

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  7. For all the haters..if o.f. is so bad why is there 25 trucks lined up at the info center....there is obviously plenty of people who still love it here!!

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    1. just went past liars center there were 6 trucks.stop the bs on here!!!

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    2. You need to grow up and get a life. I think you are the liars center.

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  8. Just got back riding after 2 days. Trails are ok, trail 1 and 5 are horrific. I didn't see 1 groomer which I was very surprised. Tracks are impassible. The best ride was down to Stillwater. The trail down to racquet lake was really good, I wanted to o the loop down sabbattis rd, like I said tracks are unrideable. Of is in desperate need of this storm. Hopefully it sets up good. All and all I had fun, I guess that's what counts.

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  10. Grow up and enjoy the riding. Nobody wants to see negative stuff here. Its really small minded.

    Joe On Uncas

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    1. well said! - From one of the larger-minded positive folks! :-)

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