I started off by working on my Magnum because that had the least amount of work. I added new Malossi cylinder studs, stud spacers, reassembled the top-end to assure no air leaks, and put it back together. Now all I have to do is wait for my WSL pipe from 1977 Mopeds.
On to the snow and changing weather coming...
So the big questions is how much snow can we expect... well that will be VERY hard to measure and here is why:
So, if you have a sheltered area, I think areas north of I-70 could see 1-2"+(the farther north the 2"+ range), but areas south of I-70 will see around a dusting. We are still three days out from this, but the models are all starting to agree on a middle ground. Again, this is if the area is sheltered from the wind. You will probably wake up and see less on your front lawn because the wind will blow it. Regardless the roads will become pretty nasty Friday morning.
So mild and drier for the next couple days, rain Thursday, windy and changing to snow later Thursday into Thursday night, and then windy and cold Friday and through the weekend. Highs will climb into the mid 30's for the weekend and melt some of the snow... going to be interesting to see how much snow is still around by Christmas. I will be back with more updates so be sure to check back in. Have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael