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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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fishinpapa

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fishinpapa

Did you guys pick up any snow this past weekend.

Thanks

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MuskyBug85

the old man said they got about a foot in Park Rapids.

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DEADhead

reports from the Hubbard Co. Sheriffs office reported 9-12" county-wide. We got about a foot over in Detroit Lakes.

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fishinpapa

Thanks for the updates!!!

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solbes

Causes some problems I'm sure, but it will really help in the spring with moisture levels. So dry up there. This storm should help even more.

Now if only my flight can get me home tonight from Miami. MSP airport is starting to look pretty ugly, weather-wise.

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wingnut38

Dude, stay in Miami!!

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SmallieSweetie

Oh Lord...I'm home for my spring break (more like winter break) in Park Rapids, and we've definitley got more than 2 feet here. Would have enjoyed it a bit more durning x-mas, but I guess better late than never right? crazy.gif

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solbes

Hmm, Miami was nice! Business trips always blow though. The airport was in great condition Thursday night, but the roads were pretty crappy, took 1:40 hrs to get home instead of 40 min.

Glad to be home though and I see the PR area got dumped on again. I often check the Ten Mile Lake webcam, just to get a visual of the area. I'm getting antsy to come up again, but will probably wait another 4-6 weeks.

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northernlights

So just to get this right, about 2 feet of snow on the ground/lakes?

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SmallieSweetie

Well not to anyone's suprise, the snow is already melting. But yes, the lakes I visited had to have had at least 2 feet of snow on them, as of last week.

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