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Thread: First snowstorm of the season...
10-05-2012 08:51 AM #1Professional Hobbyist
First snowstorm of the season...
Woke up to a white landscape this morning... first major winter storm to hit the area on the early side this year. Areas east of my location have been without electricity for almost 24 hours now and internet here is intermittent (wet snow coating my 900MHz antenna). Looks pretty though... See the picture; guess the flowers in the hanging bowl next to the satellite dish are likely done for this year, forecast temps down to 27F overnight...
AzBox Ultra, 10' bud, C2 LNBF,WSI-9036, SG2100 with SNH-031
MicroHD, 36" no name dish (and sharing C2 above), SG9120B, SP1PLL
+ various dishes, LNBs and receivers
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10-05-2012 09:05 AM #2
Welcome to winter! Looks beautiful!
We had 100 degrees on Wednesday and should be in the 80's today. The forecasters are not predicting any snow...Satellite AV, LLC (Gold Sponsor)
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10-05-2012 11:30 AM #3
my uncle in Warroad, MN (right on the Canadian border) got 9 inches of snow yesterday
They had 82 on TuesdayDirectv Slimline SWM 5 LNB and DirectvWorld dish on the roof of the apartment building...Directv HR34 AKA Genie
All FTA stuff in storage right now
10-05-2012 12:07 PM #4
brrr,keep that crap up north!!
It's pretty but,wet snows are almost as bad as ice storms.
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10-05-2012 01:36 PM #6
Micro HD Receiver, 36" Primestar dish with SG2100 motor & GeoSat PPL Lnb scanning KU from 61W-125W, Fortec 8 Foot with Geosat CK1 Lnb, and HARL2424 Powertech acuator and Gbox scanning 61W-139W, Fixed 6 Ft Fortec dish for 43W-58W.
Vizio 47" HD/3D Tv with Roku XS and Gateway 3.6Ghz computer for streaming and HTPC. 91XG antenna for 35 plus OTA channels
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