Typically , Galliano to hwy90, 90-310, 310-10, 10-610, 610-10 again, 10-59. But if need be any route I can find open.
What part of the state are you in?The lights were flickering all morning. We finally lost power at about noon. If you go outside every few minutes you hear a crack and a limb fall. It reminds me of the ‘89 ice storm.
I have three generators, but I’m only using one. It’s enough to run a couple of space heaters, the refrigerator, wifi, an induction cooktop, and charge electronics.
We also have a couple of propane buddy heaters but haven’t used them, yet. I figured I’d save them for nighttime and run them after we shut the generator down for the night.
Wasn't much snow here. Mostly sleet, but it's all covering a inch or so of ice...We've got close to 8" snow accumulation, level with the bottom of the cars. Went out and played in it but the kids got cold quick, the snow is so cold it's a dry snow not as easy to make snowballs as the warmer snows we usually get. Luckily power has been on the whole time. I've been enjoying the cold so far. Hope everyone out in it stays safe.
That’s what we have, and it’s fast sitting on a garbage can lid being pulled with a Honda.This stuff we have accumulated is about 4 -6", but I don't know if I would call it snow, more like tiny crystals of ice, it won't compress into a snowball. Just kind of crumbles away if you try it.
Currently snowing @ My sons, East of Monroe,LaYes we have round two moving in tonight thur Thursday on top of what we have now, I have about 4” plus of sleet, ice, and snow on top of it, as I type this at 9:00 the temperature is up to 9 degrees and the chill factor is -3 but the sun is shining makes it look warmer until you go outside, the roads are all iced over, just waiting on round two.