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When do you think the central Kenai Peninsula will get its first measurable snowfall?

Any day now
14% (61 votes)
By Halloween
57% (247 votes)
Not until November
28% (122 votes)
Total votes: 430
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Watchman on the Wall
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Watchman on the Wall 10/07/13 - 04:27 pm
This is a tough question to

This is a tough question to answer with the Global warming of Al 'PUCKATWANIE MARMOT' Gore, the weather rodent leading the way in spite of scientific proof we are actually in a Global cooling period and have been for a few years now.
This uncertainty of knowing what to BELIEVE IN leads many to indecisiveness on decision making for all areas of life. That's why many simply remain silent as they CAN'T KNOW WHICH WAY TO GO and don't want to be labeled as being for or against anything as it might restrict them from any FREEBEE'S from the Govt. if their opinions are logged on line and stored for all eternity to be used at a later time against them.
I think snow any day and am shocked it has not happened as of yet.
BURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!! Stock up on Coal or wood for that fireplace because the Fireweed said it's going to be a cold one, but, who pays any attention to the very clear SIGNS of what's about to happen anywhere, everywhere, any how?.

Watchman on the Wall
2893
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Watchman on the Wall 10/11/13 - 09:56 am
I went to Anchortown

I went to Anchortown yesterday and last night there was a little sign of snow along the road at summit lake, with much of the Termination Dust on the mountain tops. With all this rain we sure are lucky it's not colder or we would be buried in the white stuff.
The SIGNS point to a hard winter and if this moisture keeps up it will be one indeed.
I need snow tires this year for my truck, but I'll have to wait to see if the Kings cuts off my payment next week before I purchase them.
I still think before All Saints Day, I mean All Hollows Ween Day, it will snow a lot.
We tried not to Look at the Kings snow covered Federal Forests, Mountains as we drove along, due to them being CLOSED you know, so we would not be breaking the Law.
P.S. The restrooms in the pass are CLOSED BY THE KING ALSO, so plan ahead.

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