Snowstorm Feb 8 2009 (snow winter trees ). Photo by gilg72
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Snowstorm Feb 8 2009

Uploaded by: gilg72

Tuesday February 8, 2011

Taos, NM (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Taken thru my kitchen door window. This house is 100 ft across the road.

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13. gilg72
2:30 AM GMT on March 14, 2011
Thank you very much Maxine. I appreciate it very much.
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12. Nikongranny
2:19 AM GMT on March 14, 2011
Had to give all these snowy pix a 10 from SW Iowa
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11. gilg72
4:08 AM GMT on February 26, 2011
Okay Thank you mindi. Well so far, Phil is not doing us too much harm. We were 50+ today, and now at 9 PM, we are still on the lower 40's. The wind is what has been bad, and supposed to be worse Sat & Sun. I hope weaman is wrong, but we do have serious Fire watch alerts for most of NM, and at least 1 large wild fire in SW NM, last I heard was 4,000 acres. So we hold our breath on those. Had reports of 2 smaller ones down south also.
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10. BEME
3:16 AM GMT on February 26, 2011
HA!! This is what it looked like last nite [thursday] Gil in Shenandoah!! Then again this afternoon....you wait til I get ahold of that nasty little varmint named 'PHIL'!!!!!
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9. gilg72
4:19 PM GMT on February 24, 2011
Thank you Charlotte for your comment. No fun without Elec, thats for sure. First part of Feb, we were without natural gas for 5 or 6 days throughout a large area of NM affecting 32,000 homes & businesses in NM, and about 14,000 in Tucson Az area.
Good thing our Elec stayed on except for a few brief periods in a few places. We relied on space heater, which we were lucky to be able to buy 2 and borrowed 1. Temps down to 20ยบ Below zero at night. We survived. All we could do is try to stay warm. Had our cars filled with gas in case we needed to go warm up, but that was not needed.
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8. llpj04
6:27 AM GMT on February 24, 2011
It is pretty but I am glad we did not have any ice or snow storms this year. We did last year and it was not fun to be without electricity for 5 days.
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7. gilg72
7:57 PM GMT on February 12, 2011
Thank you Leslie, for viewing & commenting on this series.
That snow, did not accumulate much. Only 3 or 4 inches, but the ski valley got about 1 foot. Sorry, can't send any of it your way. We need to keep all of it that we can, and still need a lot more. We don't want the bitter cold temps of down to 20 Below zero that we had a few days earlier.
A big portion of Central NM from the south end to the North end were without Natural gas for 5 days. We had to rely on electric space heaters for those bitter cold days! No Fun!!
We all survived okay.
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6. dixiedaughter
6:56 PM GMT on February 12, 2011
What an amazing series Gil. That is a lot of snow, please send some South!
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5. gilg72
5:36 AM GMT on February 12, 2011
Thank you mountbaldyms & trailhiker for you nice comments. Much appreciated.
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4. trailhiker44
5:58 AM GMT on February 09, 2011
Coming down heavily ! Great shot !
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3. mountbaldyms
4:22 AM GMT on February 09, 2011
Beautiful picture.
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2. gilg72
3:53 AM GMT on February 09, 2011
Thank you very much Delana. Only got 2 inches as it was only heavy for a short while. Then cleared up a bit enough to get a couple nice sunset shots, which I'll post a little later, but have other things to do now. It is snowing again tho.
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1. CalicoBass
3:43 AM GMT on February 09, 2011
Woohoo, you are getting you snow you wanted :)
Great shot!!
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