This winter is set to be affected by the cooler than average ocean surface temperatures along the equator causing La Niña conditions. That means it could be drier than average in many parts of the country.
This week starts off with mostly dry then the next big system pushes down from the North early next week with a crazy cyclone swirl of cold weather that could amount to significant snow.
Today and most of this week, nearly all of the U.S. is expected to be dry with virtually no precipitation. The one big exception to that is a few spots in the Pacific Northwest.
UTVs hit the market as outstanding snow removal machines about 4-5 years ago. Since that time, Sno-Way has become a front runner by creating effective solutions to work with these machines.
Steve Jennings from Jennings Welding & Fabrication in New York has been a BOSS dealer for over 20 years, so he has good reasons for thinking BOSS has the best products. Let’s take a look at his favorite features.
This week started with the lucky streak of much warmer than average temperatures across most of the country coming to an end. Many areas had temperatures 20-30 degrees above average! What’s next?
Western snowplows are the very best – according to Jeen Stork from Stork’s Plows in Pennsylvania. Jeen has a large online parts store and he has been a dealer for Western since 2006, so he knows his stuff!
It’s not just the election maps that are showing a lot of both blue AND red this week! The forecast is quite a mix of temps too. See what to expect this week besides a crazy election.
Winter Equipment has just announced that they designed and released a new wear bar for their Patriot® Steel Snowplow Cutting Edge System that lasts FOUR TIMES LONGER than the indutry’s standard.
No Plow Prep Package Needed! The 2020 Ford Super Duty trucks now come standard with plug and plow technology!
The biggest pain in the ice has always been clogs in salt spreaders. SnowEx has the cure with a new HELIXX 0.35 cubic yard stainless steel spreader for UTVs and compact trucks!
Weather forecast shows lots of variation this week. The map is a rainbow of colors this week with both higher and lower than average temperatures.