My first snow of the season here today,

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6" already, almost another foot on the forecast. :)

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Wow

Is this early or late for you?

We still haven't even had a flurry.

I'm sure you've chopped the wood and are tucked in for a bit?

ENJOY IT!!

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Late,

yup, just had to go out and bring in a few pieces of my wood I already had done up, and staying nice and toasty! :D

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After my temp reading of -9 F yesterday,

my 0 F this morning feels better, more single digits below on forecast the next three nights though, along with another 8" of snow.

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What's your location again Larry?

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Along the Southern edge of Montana,

about 200 miles or so NE of Yellowstone Park, last year we had 2 feet of snow on the 10th of Oct.

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-13 F last night.

But tonight is the last night on forecast for sub-zero weather, it's predicted to be -11 same as last nights forecast.

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And then my car thermometer said,

-19 F.

And the wind is to come up today, 10 to 20 mph, then tonight gusts of 48 mph. (ICK)

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wow

that is cold. i dont envy you. nc is cold enough and its not been below 30 yet. we had one little dusting a couple weeks ago i think. but winter kills my work i should think about moving to a warmer place but the mountains are the best place to live and raise children.

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I agree,

the Mountains are the best place to raise children!

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we had about a foot of lake

we had about a foot of lake effect fall over night on tug hill up here in NY, and their calling for more in a few days

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