Major Nor ' Easter Shifts West

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Major Nor ' Easter Shifts West

Postby Anthony » Thu Dec 27, 2012 11:17 am

What a storm , 24 hours ago just a coastal storm then it began to switch to the west . Now all eastern skiers are getting dumped on. In Montreal and can't even get out. Already over a foot of snow and still pounding. No matter where you go you should have between a foot and 3 feet of snow . Should be interesting to see the totals on this one when it is all done.
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Re: Major Nor ' Easter Shifts West

Postby Patrick » Thu Dec 27, 2012 5:34 pm

Pretty good in Ottawa...again. Did a day trip to Montreal yesterday. Morgane's race program started today; not sure how much new snow. Close to 1 ft, not sure. I heard MTL was close to 50cm.
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Re: Major Nor ' Easter Shifts West

Postby Anthony » Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:03 pm

Yeah ,went skiing (x country ) in the Montreal metro area today, appears to be almost 2 feet. Crossed over city streets and parks -great stuff urban pow! Felt like one of those turn of the century winter outings that you read about .
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