North America's 2011 Winter Snow Storm

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North America's 2011 Winter Snow Storm

Postby RCMikeofIndiana » Tue Feb 01, 2011 11:13 am

I live in the north west corner of Indiana (near Chicago). TV News just predicted 30 plus inches of snow coming down in a 24 hour period starting 3:00pm cdt. On top of that we will be having thunder snow tonight and 45-50 mph winds. :o

Do you think it is safe to take out my foamie plane tonight?!?!?

Yikes! I grew up in this area and remember the snow storm of 1967. It is possible that we will surpass that. Please keep posting those video's of you and your friend flying Bruce. It is helping my sanity!! Hahahaha!!!
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Re: North America's 2011 Winter Snow Storm

Postby RCModelReviews » Tue Feb 01, 2011 8:22 pm

It looks as if the whole world is being battered by bad weather.

Our mates across the Tasman in Australia are about to be hammered by a category 5 tropical cyclone and we've had tropical storms here for the past couple of weekends -- with more bad weather forecast.

Maybe indoor flying will be the future of the hobby :-)
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Re: North America's 2011 Winter Snow Storm

Postby jeffie8696 » Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:01 pm

I am in the same boat, we are just getting the edge of the snow storm but it is plenty bad enough to keep me in the house. No matter, I have kits to build . :D
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Re: North America's 2011 Winter Snow Storm

Postby RCMikeofIndiana » Tue Feb 01, 2011 11:13 pm

I have been milking my U Can Do 46 build. I might have to purchase something else to build until flying weather is here.
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