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Screamin Steel 12-18-2009 08:53 AM

Big one coming! More the further south, but I'm in an 8-12" of south could get over 2 feet! This will give me a good chance to do some scouting for late season..after the deer get up from bedding up in the storm, it should be easy to find their sign. Hopefully pin down an old buck' s "rehab" core area...where they hole up after rut to regain strength and fat through winter. That's my strategy anyway...and build some kick butt snowmen with the wife and kiddos, get snowed in, and have some good family time to make up for all the time I spent hunting this year!

Camosteel 12-18-2009 10:17 AM

We are from the same area I beleave Steel. Unfortunately I'll be out plowing snow all day instead of playing with the boys. Money from the sky I like to call it...hard to turn down the extra cash this time of year.

bowfly 12-18-2009 12:40 PM

no doubt boys, this could go a long way in finding the new turf for dislocated bucks...i am excited, 6-8 here they are calling for :D

Saxman1819 12-18-2009 02:34 PM

Yeah I'm in the 10-15 range. Too much snow and too windy for me to be out there. I'll probably take off on Monday and go out.

BTBowhunter 12-18-2009 02:42 PM

Them 2B does are in trouble tomorrow!! :barmy::barmy::barmy:

Cornelius08 12-18-2009 03:16 PM

LIke to get out and call some yodel-dogs over snow. Hopefully we get some down here. Lotsa times all you mountain and northern guys get it, and we stay bare.

Sounds like we should get some, but I doubt anywhere near the totals you guys are predicted. 8" and more is a once a decade occurrence here, probably less.

BTBowhunter 12-18-2009 04:08 PM

Actually this ones coming from the south But you may be too far west. Somerset, Fayette and Westmoreland look like they're gonna get a decent amount

Cornelius08 12-18-2009 04:48 PM

Havent heard the weather for a couple days actually, just caught the tail end of it on the radio earlier. Have to watch it tonight.

The areas you mention usually take the brunt of it. Thats the way it usually is, most snow East of here, with much less in Greene & Western Fayette. Eastern half of Fayette in the mountains is usually the east/west dividing line between the heavy and the light snows down here. 119 the dividing line between wmus 2a and 2c is pretty close to the foot of the mountain. East of 119 they get pounded.

germain 12-18-2009 04:53 PM

I'm thinking if my snowblower doesn't start tommorrow BT should swing over and help me shovel.
It wouldn't be too long of a drive BT I'm only in Lancaster county.:D

blkpowder 12-18-2009 05:10 PM

I'm already getting it at my place. It's on the lite side right now. They are calling 4 to 6 in my area.

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