Why yes… it IS snowing today.

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  • #5038

    JoeFriday
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    I don’t know if you guys are paying attention to weather reports, but apparently here in WI the governor declared a state of emergency due to the storm that’s been passing through since last night.

    No worries, for my area, at least. We only got a couple inches of snow, unlike the area a couple hours north of me that got 13 inches overnight. It’s still snowing lightly, but that’s probably better than the sleet we were getting this morning in my neighborhood. I expect it will all be gone within a few days, or a week at most.

    Anyway.. that’s the ‘fishing report’ from me. Hard to believe I was fishing in a t-shirt two weekends ago in the area that’s now under more than a foot of snow. Not likely I’ll be getting out for a couple more weeks now.

    Brett

    #5039

    Scotty MacFly
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    Two days ago it was 45 and sunny. Yesterday, 35 and a full blown blizzard. Today sunny and high 50’s low 60’s. I twenty or so inches of snow in my yard, and we are expecting more on Sat.

    The rivers will be flowing good soon.

    #5040

    Creek
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    13″ of snow is a state of emergency in a snow state?

    #5042

    JoeFriday
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    Maybe this will explain…

    That’s my car after I drove home that day. It’s not snow on it. It’s ice.

    #5043

    Creek
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    You got home. 😀

    #5044

    JoeFriday
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    Quattro and Blizzaks! I actually love driving in snow. I don’t like fishing in it, tho.

    Brett

    #5045

    Creek
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    I agree. I have a Jeep Wrangler setup for serious offroad. It’s my hunting vehicle too, so it has to get me into some ugly spots.

    Everytime it snows here I go for long rides. I love driving in the snow. Living at 8000ft in the Rockies lets me do that a lot. :)

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