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Juliann
Mon Apr 29 2019, 10:24AM

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doo·hick·ey wrote ...

I'm out at 76. I shot a bit higher than our average.
That's funny Benny, overthunked, heh. We didn't get too slammed all at once, for such an abundant season the storms were well spaced apart.
If I remember, think it was that 2009-2010 winter.. that dumped 4-5 foot in just a few days? I was living on Wendy (not Anita then) they were running the giant snow blowers.


Yeah, that January 2010 snow I have at 5'. in upper Moonridge. We couldn't even come up to Big Bear the weekend of January 23 due to road closures and Big Bear was basically closed to non-residents by 1/25. A fulltimer man across the street in his house with his wife stuck down the hill and her elderly mother was ill in the house with him. Must have been quite the week for him! As I remember the schools up here were closed for at least a week. We hired a snow plow company for the first time ever since building our cabin in '02 to plow our driveway before we came up 1/29.. Always before husband with his snowblower could handle it. Not many storms since then have been that big! And the '10 storm really helped the lake level increase : )
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Benny ⭐
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Yes, Congratulations are in order for Canvas Man! Winner of the snow pool this season!!!

We received 82" of snow, a great year, compared to our average of about 62", add to that all the rainfall and our lake come up nearly 9 feet!

We still have a ways to go with our lake down approx 10 feet, but we're in much better shape then we would've been.

There is more precip in the forecast so hopefully we'll be adding to our rain and snowfall totals; congratz on an excellent snow forecast!!!

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Less we forget Canvas Man, winner of the coveted lifetime subscription to Socalmountains!!!!!!

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Benny ⭐ wrote ...

Yes, Congratulations are in order for Canvas Man! Winner of the snow pool this season!!!

We received 82" of snow, a great year, compared to our average of about 62", add to that all the rainfall and our lake come up nearly 9 feet!

We still have a ways to go with our lake down approx 10 feet, but we're in much better shape then we would've been.

There is more precip in the forecast so hopefully we'll be adding to our rain and snowfall totals; congratz on an excellent snow forecast!!!



Rhubarb ? I need another 100 inches. The unoffical Offical life time award


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SSJ2012
Mon May 20 2019, 10:41PM
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somehow Mother Nature and I lost a week, thought the 15th was this week...

But seriously, can someone please tell summer to get here...
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Fri May 24 2019, 05:43AM

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Is this going to be one of them 3-month summer, late snow season May then an early September snow? Seems like the snow just melted

Indian head test pattern snowflakes
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Fri May 24 2019, 08:01AM

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Skyline Drive wrote ...

Is this going to be one of them 3-month summer, late snow season May then an early September snow? Seems like the snow just melted


That would be pretty great!


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Skyline Drive wrote ...

Is this going to be one of them 3-month summer, late snow season May then an early September snow? Seems like the snow just melted

I have a bunch work on the house planned for the Summer, so my guess is absolutely it’ll be short summer with above average thunderstorms. I’ll let everyone the week I plan on redoing my roof, so you’ll be prepared for major downpours
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So now that it looks like it's finally over, I think a consolation prize of a lifetime membership should go to BetweenStars for getting the true total correct at 86 inches.

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