Snow overnight, not enough to ski.


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3.6 inches of snow overnight. With 0.93 inches of water. That is wet snow! A “normal” water to snow ratio would be 1 inch of water equals 10 to 12 inches of snow.

The snow is wet and heavy. Little tree branches are all over the yard, and almost certainly a few more trees came down in the woods. We would rather clean them up now, than in the middle of winter.

If the weather stays cold, this will freeze into a pretty good base.

In this photo you can see the snow and the little tree branches. When you look back you can see a silver can. That can is the national weather service water measuring can. It gets brought in after every rain/snow event, dumped into a smaller exact measuring can to collect the total water content. The stake in front of the can is the snow measuring stake/ruler for the total snow in the back yard. To the right of the silver can is a drum with a national weather service piece of white board. That piece of white board is for the official measure of each snow event. To the left of the silver can is our on site weather station, it feeds info into the house.

Behind the weather gathering apparatus is our little pond. The pond is just deep enough to jump in after we use the sauna. The little building on the right.

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    • Diana on November 27, 2023 at 8:27 am

    Wow, so very good to see! After cleaning up from the storm, you will certainly need that sauna and a dip in the pond. Thank you for all the work you do so that we can have fun!

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