BUSY WEEK OF SNOW PLOWING AHEAD

SNOW IN THE FORECAST FOR EACH DAY THIS WEEK

We will start with the potential for an inch or two today and Monday. Then Monday night the storm is expected to ramp up and give us up to a foot of snow by Wednesday morning. After that, we have another inch or two each day through Saturday. We could get a few surprise flurries along the way that drop a few more inches than what is in the forecast.

For our snow plowing customers: We will continue to plow each day that the new accumulation meets the service trigger of your plowing agreement. And we are generally always out the day after a big storm to clean up, push piles back, and clear where cars may have been parked during the storm.

LONGER FORECAST IS FOR DRYER WEATHER HEADING INTO JANUARY

The longer range forecast shows that the first half of January will be on the dryer side. So enjoy the fresh powder that we are getting this week. It will add to our great base of snow, so then the first part of January we can enjoy some bluebird clear days of sunshine to go out and play. It may not be fresh powder for snow plowing, but it’s still going to be fun! I’m not a skier or boarder, but I’m hoping for some time to get out on my snow shoes.

Snow shoeing in fresh powder
Snow shoeing in fresh powder

WILL YOUR HOLIDAY PLANS AFFECT SNOW PLOWING?

Are you planning a party or getting a houseful of company for the holidays? Drop us a quick message to let us know, so that we can do what we can to adjust our snow plowing to accommodate your needs at this time.

SILVERTHORNE IS HAVING A GREAT WINTER SO FAR

Snow pack for the sites nearest Silverthorne are at 100%, and the snow water equivalent is a little over that. We may hit a dry spell early in the ┬ánew year, but then we are anticipating a snowy wet spring from about mid-February through April. We love plowing that fluffy spring snow! And as I am out and about in town, businesses are bustling and people are smiling – this is good!

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