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Re: The weather

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54F here on Saturday and at least mid 40's for the next few days. Very little snow this year and as far as I can remember last winter.
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This is the only tool used so far this winter for maintenance. It was used once to cleare ice off of driveway pad in front of the garage. Yesterday broke a 99 year high temp record of 53.6 deg. This time of year should still be below freezing.
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I haven't even thought about putting on a snowthrowee.
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Re: The weather

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Spike188 wrote: Sat Feb 10, 2024 9:00 am This is the only tool used so far this winter for maintenance. It was used once to cleare ice off of driveway pad in front of the garage. Yesterday broke a 99 year high temp record of 53.6 deg. This time of year should still be below freezing.

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I haven't even thought about putting on a snowthrowee.
Eugene, that is a good looking machine! :8:

I used the snowcaster only once this year, or maybe twice, not sure. Oh well, a milder winter than usual. :wave3:
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@Spike188 Thats a mean looking machine Eugene!
Our weather is kind of opposite down here. We broke a record for cold temperatures last month. We’re only halfway through so who knows how the rest of winter pans out. You might be throwing snow yet!
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Re: The weather

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I only had one snow storm this year to speak of. No snow on the ground when I returned home last night from Florida. Thirty seven now which is certainly a lot colder than Florida, but not bad considering what it usually is. I hope it continues to be unseasonal here. :peace: Harry
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8-12" of snow expected here tomorrow :thumbsup:
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Some snow here for the next three days. I don’t think the guessers know how much yet, but I’ve seen the maximum of 20 cm of 8”. Snow we got last weekend has melted a lot. The warm February sun is nice. But strangely we are normally a way below freezing this time of year.


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Welcome back Harry. :wave:


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Re: The weather

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They've got me in the 6-12 band... Hard to imagine after the last 4 beautiful days we've had... Supposed to be heavy, wet snow.

Everything was started, and is sitting with battery chargers overnight. The damn 444 was pumping fuel out the carb. Why, I don't know, but I dropped the bowl, blew everything out, and it's fine now. Brand new carb, all new fuel line, and a filter 3" from the carb inlet. I don't know what else I can do to avoid that, I can't imagine there was anything in there, the bowl was perfectly clean. 8N fired right up. And if it gets serious the JD300 is ready too. The JD140 is across the street as even more backup, but I didn't start, or charge that.
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Nice John Deere tractors toolslinger. Do they have snowthrowers on them. ?


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