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    Default 2-4" of SNOW expected Saturday

    And so it begins.

    Quote Originally Posted by SE Michigan Snowcast
    Just checked the brand new 12z runs on all data......

    I am very confident we will be seeing 2" to 4" of snow starting overnight Friday and heading into the early afternoon hours of Saturday..... This would be for the entire area. A clipper will be coming down, and get a bit stronger due to the warm lake waters still and make it a but stronger than normal it appears....

    Some data is showing an inch or 2, some data is shwoing ratios will be very high, and shows some areas in the 4" to 6" range, not buying into that yet. We are still 3 days away.. But, I am exretemely confident, that we will at least get out first 1" snowfall on Saturday, with the likelihood of 2" to 4"

    Will try and update twice a day, as this is our first snow. Have a great day and God Bless!

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    2-4 feet would be better
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsxtreme View Post
    And so it begins.
    Just checked the brand new 12z runs on alldata......

    I am very confident we will be seeing 2" to 4" of snow starting overnight Friday and heading into the early afternoon hours of Saturday..... This would be for the entire area. A clipper will be coming down, and get a bit stronger due to the warm lake waters still and make it a but stronger than normal it appears....
    Some data is showing an inch or 2, some data is shwoing ratios will be very high, and shows some areas in the 4" to 6" range, not buying into that yet. We are still 3 days away.. But, I am exretemely confident, that we will at least get out first 1" snowfall on Saturday, with the likelihood of 2" to 4"
    Will try and update twice a day, as this is our first snow. Have a great day and God Bless!
    alldata forecasts weather now?






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    Quote Originally Posted by 1BADAIR View Post
    2-4 feet would be better
    I agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1BADAIR View Post
    2-4 feet would be better
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    I agree

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    I say bring it on.
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    I guess it's time to pull the snowblower out of the shed and make sure that it runs. If not, Costco has a sweet looking dual stage that I'll have to go grab. If I come home with that we can pretty much guarantee that we have a mild winter.

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