SNOW! Finally, We Will Get Some Snow!

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Real Estate Broker Owner with Don Sabinske, Sabinske & Associates Inc.

The weather forecasters are finally predicting snow.  A little late, guys, but an answer to a lot of prayers. 

Not complaining, but it sounds as if we will get lots of rain, sleet and snow with this storm.   It could be up to 20 inches. 

I will beieve it when I see it.  But, there are things to be aware of here, too.

 

Those of you with gas vents to the outside had better bundle up and go outside to make sure that they stay clear.  We haven't been used to this much snow so far so it could slip your mind.  And, if they aren't cleared, that could mean a catastrophe waiting to happen.

There are other issues certainly, but that is one of the most important. 

And, as an aside, an attorney called to ask to set up a closing on February 29th at a location about sixty miles south of here. 

Thanks, but no thanks.  I have a great vehicle, but I am not traveling unnecessarily in that kind of storm and certainly not close to the first of the season.  I will let the emergency personnel do their jobs getting dumb-luck or just ill-prepared drivers out of the ditches and out of each other's way, and stay home like a sane person should do. 

 

Stay warm and stay safe for the next couple of days.  This could be a doozy.  Stay tuned!

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Don Sabinske, Broker, GRI

www.donsabinske.com

Sabinske & Associates Inc.

763-350-7960

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Ron Marshall
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I am ready for it....the snowblower is all tuned up and ready to roll.  And, with my birthday on Thursday, I can just stay bundled up by the fire before I "clear the decks". 

Have a good one, maybe you will finally get to snowmobile!

February 28, 2012 12:54 PM
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Vern Eaton
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Well, it is about 8 hours or so since you posted this...WHERE IS IT?!

February 28, 2012 04:44 PM
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Connie Harvey
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Don, when you're having a mild winter, like we are, and then it turns cold, it's crazy!

February 29, 2012 03:05 PM
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Our winter was so mild. Now spring has hit early, and we don't have the snowpack we need in the high country. Irrigation water might be expensive this year. Hope we don't have another drought year. Did you get a lot of snow with this storm?

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We haven't had much snow this year either.  You are so close now.  Keep up the good work.

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