2011 is going to an end.
I wish all my snow plow fans a Happy New Year! Thanks for all the support I got in 2011.
Let’s all hope for some more snow in the year to come! 🙂
What better way to start the new year, than some exciting fireworks!
Here is a Fireworks video I found on Youtube, please enjoy:
there might be a different website next year!
PS. See you next year!
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) A snowstorm with a ferocity more familiar in February than October socked the Northeast over the weekend, knocking out power to 2.3 million, snarling air and highway travel and dumping more than 2 feet of snow in a few spots as it slowly moved north out of New England. Officials warned it could be days before many see electricity restored.
The combination of heavy, wet snow, leaf-laden trees and frigid, gusting winds brought down limbs and power lines. At least three deaths were blamed on the weather, and states of emergency were declared in New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and parts of New York.
Parts of New York saw a mix of snow, rain and slush that made for sheer misery at the Occupy Wall Street encampment in New York City, where drenched protesters hunkered down in tents and under tarps as the plaza filled with rainwater and melted snow.
I bet there is a lot of snow plowing going on in North Eastern stats right now.
Read More: Snow Smacks North East Power
A storm moving up the East Coast is expected to combine with a cold air mass and dump anywhere from a dusting of snow to about foot of snow Saturday in parts of the Northeast.
October snowfall records could be broken in parts of southern New England, especially at higher elevations. The October record for southern New England is 7.5 inches in Worcester in 1979.
New York City could also see trace amounts of snow, the first to fall in the city before Halloween since 1952, CBS News station WCBS-TV reports.
“”Northwestern New Jersey, the lower Hudson Valley, portions of northern Connecticut, the whole state of Massachusetts except for the Cape and then all the way up through New England, those areas are expected to see accumulating snow of anywhere from 4, 6, higher elevations could be as much as 8 or 10 inches,”” Morrin told CBS Radio News
The storm could bring more than 6 inches of snow to parts of Maine beginning Saturday night. Parts of southern Vermont could receive more than a foot of wet snow Saturday into Sunday.
In Pennsylvania, 6 to 10 inches could fall at higher elevations, including the Laurel Highlands in the southwestern part of the state and the Pocono Mountains in the northeastern part. Philadelphia and Pittsburgh could see a coating.
My recommendation to you guys up there in the New England state, get your shovels and snow plows ready to embrace this first big storm of the season. A foot a of wet heavy snow is hard on your back, that’s why I recommend using a snow plow.
I read this article on AccuWeather. Looks like they got a bunch in Denver. huh. But it melted I should have been down there with my plow. Well, If you live in Denver I only have one thing to say, huh. “”Good for you!””. We will get some snow sooner or later too, I can smell snow now.
A tree-snapping, travel-disrupting snowstorm has wound down in Denver. However, conditions will continue worsening southward along the I-25 corridor into northeastern New Mexico through tonight.
The storm cut power to more than 100,000 customers in the Denver area, according to Xcel Energy Wednesday afternoon. With temperatures dropping into the lower 20s and even teens in some places tonight, the situation does not bode well for people without power.
Less than 36 hours after Monday’s record 80-degree warmth, a winter wonderland has unfolded across northeastern Colorado and neighboring southeastern Wyoming.
The snow commenced in Denver and Cheyenne, Wyo., late Tuesday into Wednesday morning.
Snow totals have reached 3 to 6 inches in Denver with more than a foot falling toward the foothills. Areas in northwest Denver have picked up more than 8 inches of snow.
Other snow totals in Colorado include 7 to 8 inches in Fort Collins, 8 to 10 inches in Boulder, more than a foot in Greeley and 5 to 6 inches around Colorado Springs.
Read more here:
Winter Weather Related Sites for tracking Snow and Blizzards
Hopefully, I just love snow!
And I am looking forward to long and snowy winter, so I can use my snow plow a lot…
Here is a couple online weather resources you can take a look at to check the weather where you live.
WO Weather (Weather Online)
10 Great Reasons For Using A Snow Plow Instead of a Snow Blower
Mr. Plow, you probably saw him on Simpsons.
Check out these cool snow plowing pictures. They make you miss snow and cold, don’t they?
Have you ever seen a talking snowplow before?
Me neither, but the way people are talking about snowplows and snow plow equipment these days makes me start wondering what if a snowplow could actually talk. What would it say? Would the it talk about the weather, or maybe politics?
Places on the internet to talk about snowplows
There is a lot of places on the internet you can actually talk about snowplows, but none where the snowplows talk. On this blog you cannot talk about snow plows. You, just have to read all the stuff I write about them.
One day maybe we call can sit down and relax, and let the snowplows do the talking.