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By: domenique | December 23, 2014

We will be turning a new year in approximately 10 short days. For most of us, conversations about the new year includes resolutions, de-cluttering our offices, and finalizing business plans for 2015. Hypothetically speaking, if we had a conversation with Mother Nature, it would probably discuss her explanation for a late snow date.


Warm winter temperatures are raising questions about if there will be any snow accumulation before the new year at all. For the rest of the week (Dec.22-Dec.26), temperatures will reach low-mid 50’s and a high of 61 degrees on Christmas Eve.


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These temperatures certainly aren’t normal and is the reason for wondering just what mother nature is up to. Our predictions are that we will see the bulk of the winter season mid February 2015. We believe the seasons are shifting against the norm, and it seems to be pretty obvious. What do you think?


In the mean time, we are planning for the worse, and advise you to do the same. Securing winter contracts before the storm will save on time, money, and stress.


And since life is a box of chocolates, we don’t know what we’ll get.


Happy Holidays!



If you are still in need of a winter contract, it’s not too late. Contact us now for a free quote.
Comments:

boss salt spreader

Posted on : August 16, 2016

There is no telling when a snow storm will hit us so it's always a good idea to plan ahead and secure winter contracts.

boss salt spreader


boss salt spreader

Posted on : August 16, 2016

There is no telling when a snow storm will hit us so it's always a good idea to plan ahead and secure winter contracts.

boss salt spreader


boss salt spreader

Posted on : August 16, 2016

There is no telling when a snow storm will hit us so it's always a good idea to plan ahead and secure winter contracts.

boss salt spreader


boss salt spreader

Posted on : August 16, 2016

There is no telling when a snow storm will hit us so it's always a good idea to plan ahead and secure winter contracts.

boss salt spreader


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