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And it looks like it is going to be a doozy! Forecast called for accumulating snow to start around 1800 with totals of 11-22 inches through Wednesday evening. At 1800 we already had 6 inches on the ground and it is coming down pretty good. We desperately needed the moisture but I hope this isn’t a sign of what the rest of the winter has in store.


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Posts: 315 | Location: Buffalo, WY | Registered: June 29, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Wish we could get some of that here right now! Can't imagine a foot + in mid-October!


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Just no.


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Was 84 degrees here in northern Indiana yesterday. In mid-October. I'm over this. I'd take the snow.
 
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I hope it piles up deeeeeeeeeep. And then gets frigid cold. An then snows more. For multiple reasons. That would be sooooo perfect Wink



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I could take maybe one of those a year to kill of the bugs and remind me why I don't live in the north anymore.
A few pictures would be fine.


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Don’t worry. It’ll all be blown to Montana in about five minutes. Big Grin



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We’ve had 80 degrees plus here in October, which is wrong. I’m heading Up North next weekend bow hunting, I’d love to see a few inches of snow on the ground, not quite 18-22!
 
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We normally get a good wet snowfall around here by the end of October. We've been unusually warm this Fall so far, so it doesn't look like that'll happen this year.


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Was over 90 here yesterday. I'd pay for snowfall.



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Hello!

Southwest Wyoming here … forecast calling for 4-8” today into tomorrow. Buffalo is a great place for 11” of snow!! Lol!!

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13” on the ground when I got up this morning. Hasn’t started drifting too bad yet but the winds are supposed to pick up.


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Posts: 315 | Location: Buffalo, WY | Registered: June 29, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Due East of you Garret but with the Black Hills as a buffer between us. I'm at 4000' and it is coming down wet and heavy here. Only expecting a couple inches accumulation though for our first snow of the season. Even had a few thunderclaps with the white stuff. Big Grin





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We had a "cold front" move through today and the high is to be 70F. I saw folks with jackets on this morning!!! True Desert Rats that can't handle cold!! LOL
 
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I turned my heat on around 530AM Monday morning - it was that cold here

today it was in the low 60's and a pretty good wind blowing here in the canyon

sky is pretty hazy with all the dust and crap thats been thrown up over the past two days
 
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Are you experiencing a water deficit in Wyoming? If so I guess it's welcome in any form.

Beautiful dry Fall weather in northern WV for the last couple months, neither heat or AC has been on.


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The Plains States have been experiencing various levels of drought for the last two years, so moisture of any kind is appreciated.



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When I looked at your location and saw Buffalo it scared the hell out of me, I didn't know we were supposed to get snow. Thankfully you're in a different Buffalo, enjoy.
 
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Originally posted by mark60:
When I looked at your location and saw Buffalo it scared the hell out of me, I didn't know we were supposed to get snow. Thankfully you're in a different Buffalo, enjoy.


LoL

I originally hail from the Syracuse area so I understand your reaction.
FWIW there is both Buffalo, Wyoming where Garret is (west of me) and Buffalo, South Dakota (north of me) nearby which compounds things when hearing area reports.



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