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Old 04-12-2008, 11:56 PM
 
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Roughly, how many inches of snow did you guys receive this past winter and what were the average highs and lows. I'm just wondering since I will be moving there later this year.
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Old 04-13-2008, 05:39 PM
 
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I think it depends on where yer moving from:

If from North to South then ditch yer cross country skis and ice-skates, wont use em here. If from South to North then bundle up tight for an occasional 4-5" of snow, can sneak through Winter without alot of cold weather gear, dont need snow tires pretty much anywhere in Ky.
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Old 04-13-2008, 06:26 PM
 
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I think it depends on where yer moving from:

If from North to South then ditch yer cross country skis and ice-skates, wont use em here. If from South to North then bundle up tight for an occasional 4-5" of snow, can sneak through Winter without alot of cold weather gear, dont need snow tires pretty much anywhere in Ky.
This did not answer my question. Maybe I need to clarify what I was asking. I wanted to know how many inches of snow Covington received and what were the average temperatures there this past winter?
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Old 04-13-2008, 06:52 PM
 
Location: Kentucky
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This did not answer my question. Maybe I need to clarify what I was asking. I wanted to know how many inches of snow Covington received and what were the average temperatures there this past winter?
I'm guessing around 15 inches. There was one big snow storm. Temps are normally in the 30's for daytime highs in Jan & Feb on average. Ky always has warm spells during the winter when we might get up into the 50's or even 60's.
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Old 04-13-2008, 07:39 PM
 
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No, no no InLondon... this short-spaekin visitor here has issued what he thinks is some kinda command for exact specs to last years snowfall and winter temps. Haint gonna tolerate anything less - no estimates, weather stories or guestimations. Should we tell him about winter tornados? Nah, let him find out for hisself.

Here, lets provide what he needs to find out what he wants then maybe he'll leave us alone.

NOAA's National Weather Service
www.weather.noaa.gov/ (broken link)
National Weather Service - Western Region Headquarters
NOAA's National Weather Service
National Weather Service - Central Region Headquarters Home Page

No hard feelings IraqiVet, but askin about yer typical Kentucky weather is loaded question you'll never git direct answer for. Caint ever expect one season to follow whatever occurred the year before.

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Old 04-13-2008, 08:45 PM
 
Location: Taylor Mill, KY
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20" maybe - mostly from a 15" dumping in mid-March.
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Old 04-14-2008, 08:05 AM
 
Location: Kentucky
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No, no no InLondon... this short-spaekin visitor here has issued what he thinks is some kinda command for exact specs to last years snowfall and winter temps. Haint gonna tolerate anything less - no estimates, weather stories or guestimations. Should we tell him about winter tornados? Nah, let him find out for hisself.

Here, lets provide what he needs to find out what he wants then maybe he'll leave us alone.

NOAA's National Weather Service
www.weather.noaa.gov/
National Weather Service - Western Region Headquarters
NOAA's National Weather Service
National Weather Service - Central Region Headquarters Home Page

No hard feelings IraqiVet, but askin about yer typical Kentucky weather is loaded question you'll never git direct answer for. Caint ever expect one season to follow whatever occurred the year before.

That is so true! Each winter seems to be completely different than the one before. Welcome to Kentucky!
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Old 04-15-2008, 04:21 PM
 
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Agreed coyote if you want exact stats, check Google

In case you're not clear on where you are moving, covingon is basically in downtown cincinnati, so you might just check links for that.
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