A Little Help From Our Friends

After today’s surprise Nor’Easter there was a lot of fluff value with our snowfall. Very dry and cold conditions squeezed out a lot of moisture from the frozen hexagon crystal. The rule of thumb is that for very 10-12 inches of snow equals about 1 inch of water content. Today’s 6 inch snowfall would normally be about 1/2 inch of rain but with low dew points, humidity and temperatures we had only about 3/10th of inch of liquid. This very dry fluffy snow will make shoveling unusually easily.
Our friends Luna and Isobar will have no trouble clearing out your driveway, and may save your newspaper from the snowblower too.

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