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    Anyone know of a good website to check snowfall totals by town in NH and other states as well?

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    Your local NWS office. Check their text products for a list of snow totals.
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    You can go here and scroll down a little to the NH part:
    http://www.weather.gov/view/prodsByS...climate#RTPGYX . Those are from the official stations; I'm pretty sure they'll add a column of 'new snowfall' whenever there's additional accumulation.

    Also try this one, which lists snowfalls for places in VT and NY (and maybe NH) : http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/validPr...=HYD&node=KBTV . And here (http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/validPr...=HYD&node=KCAR) and here (http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/validPr...=HYD&node=KGYX) for Maine. Scroll down a little on that last one, and it'll show a lot of NH sites.
    Last edited by treant985; 12-31-2007 at 06:04 PM.

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    Here is a summary from wmur.com

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    We cleared off the posts and railing of snow yesterday morning. The 7+ ins of snow last night now is on the railings. The vertical posts are 10-12" across.



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    All I know is we've got too darn much. I keep shoveling and shoveling and I'm running out of places to shovel to! I used to push the snow off the porch, but the snow on the ground is now higher than the porch. Two years ago we had green grass on Christmas, this year the snow bank at the end of my driveway is a good 8 feet high. The paper today says that North Conway had the 3rd snowiest December on record with 41" of the fluffy stuff.

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    I went to pay my rent this morning and someone else who went to the main office was saying to me "If we get any more snow, we'll have to start building tunnels". So true! The plowed snow piles are well over 3 feet around my complex.

    I had to take advantage of the fresh snow and blue skies this morning, and went for a mile trek around a pond by me, snowshoeing.

    Here's the shots...

    http://picasaweb.google.com/spyboy/S...ngInTheNewYear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike D
    All I know is we've got too darn much. I keep shoveling and shoveling and I'm running out of places to shovel to! I used to push the snow off the porch, but the snow on the ground is now higher than the porch. Two years ago we had green grass on Christmas, this year the snow bank at the end of my driveway is a good 8 feet high. The paper today says that North Conway had the 3rd snowiest December on record with 41" of the fluffy stuff.
    Good thing you got that snowcat at the office

    Looks like we got closer to a foot of snow in the Conway area. Here are a couple of shots from a few minutes ago:

    Back yard with Chocorua in the background

    Kids playset with playhouse nearly buried

    -- Let it snow! Shovel. Let it snow! Roof rake. Let it snow! --

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    Very nice pictures - especially the first one.
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    Great pictures, everyone!

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