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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck Dive 26 View Post
    Good call Stone
    Yo the ice and snow are "firing" now here! I was gonna go get neoprene cement, but its so nice indoors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneybaloney View Post
    Yo the ice and snow are "firing" now here! I was gonna go get neoprene cement, but its so nice indoors.

    yeah its nice indeed, especially because i am almost snowed in to my apartment haha

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    Ended up going out for the cement. The roads are deteriorating and we have to be getting an inch per hour now.

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    All that shoveling for naught!

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    I guess they really were wrong about this storm..

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    power flashed out for about 20 seconds and then came back...

    Please don't go out power, please dont go out!

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    micah - how is swell able to make it past these 30 mph w winds to us without being blown out? is it from a large enough fetch from the north? or is the west wind localized over our area? i haven't been looking at any weather maps/models, towit im being lazy/genuinely curious. I know this low is north east of us but the roomies and i are debating how and why we are able to get swell without it being blown flat.

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    ya, I'd say, the storm strengthened, where as you almost have a closed circulation - like a hurricane. Where even tho is is howling offshore, enough N/NE fetch developed from the north.

    Really challenging to predict how much will make it into the swell window.

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    hopefully something for tomorrow..

    i sure had fun driving around in this disaster though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mOtion732 View Post
    hopefully something for tomorrow..

    i sure had fun driving around in this disaster though!
    yeah me too it was like i was offraoding