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Snow Plow Hotline
2022 / 2023 Winter Season
Official Snowfall Recordings by Husky Landscaping
Note: (Dated in Chronological Order, starting with the most recent at the top.)
March 13th, 2023 - 10:00 a.m.: Overnight we received a total snowfall accumulation of approximately 4 centimeters. This is below our threshold for plowing and we will not be servicing this event. Thank you, from The Husky Team!!
March 10th, 2023 - 8:30 p.m.: What a way to enter the March break with yet another winter storm. Much of the snow melted on contact and the majority of the snowfall has ended. It left us with just under 5 centimeters of accumulation which is below our threshold for plowing. However, we are still heading out overnight as a courtesy to check residential properties.
March 4th, 2023 - 10:30 a.m.: The storm ended at approximately 7:00 a.m. this morning. It left behind a substantial amount of snow over 35 centimeters due to the blowing snow. Making a bad situation worse, temperatures hovering near the freezing mark made this a heavy, wet snowfall for our crews to contend with. This gives the snow a cement like consistency. Many times over the course of the evening our trucks got stuck and our crews had to hand shovel them out to be able to continue service. We finished our first round of plowing at 9:00 a.m. this morning. We are now going back to properties that were first plowed in the early hours of the storm, homes with over 4 inches of snow, and homes that did not receive their hand shovelling performed on the first round. For all other properties we will be returning this evening to replough driveways once the City has commenced their work. We understand there could be several inches currently still on driveways. This will provide the best possible clean after a storm as we are able to remove the massive berms left from their plows. Your patience is greatly appreciated while our crews work extremely hard (with little to no sleep) to restore order to all properties.
March 3rd, 2023 - 4:30 p.m.: We are now anxiously awaiting the arrival of this major winter event coming our way in the form of a Texas Low. This event is expected to start early this evening and continue into Saturday morning. This storm could bring a potential accumulation anywhere from 15 to 30+ centimeters of snowfall. Along with a tremendous amount of snow comes high winds reaching up to 70 kmph during the heaviest periods of snowfall. This will cause whiteout conditions and heavy drifting. There is also a possibility of rain to mix with all this wonderful snow which significantly increases its weight and therefore slows down our trucks and shovelers'. This is a major winter event with a long duration of approximately 18 hours. As with all major storms, we will require a minimum of 2 rounds of plowing to clear properties, and each round will be extensive work. Storms like this cause additional issues for our crews to navigate such as: closed roads, trapped vehicles, dangerous driving conditions, and more physically demanding work due to the wet heavy snow. Please be patient with our crews as we work hard and do our very best to restore order to all properties. Our crews deploy at 11:00 p.m. this evening for our first round of plowing. Our second round will be sometime tomorrow morning, and we will update again in the morning on our progress. Thank you, They Husky Team!!
February 28th, 2023 - 7:30 a.m.: Our crews worked hard throughout the night to clean up after the storm. There was a lot of blowing and drifting snow, and on average our total snowfall accumulation was approximately 8 centimeters. All residential houses are now complete. If you are experiencing any service related issues please call into our office at 416-494-8439 so we can address them. Thank you, The Husky Team!
February 27th, 2023 - 2:00 p.m.: We are in the midst of another winter storm coming our way in the form of a Colorado Low. This storm is supposed to start late this afternoon or early this evening and head into Tuesday morning. We are to expect a wintry mix of precipitation in the form of snow, drizzle, and possibly some freezing rain tomorrow morning. Driving conditions will be hazardous. Snowfall accumulations anywhere from 5 to 10 centimetres is expected. The storm is supposed to stop shortly after midnight and we plan to begin servicing our residential properties at this time. We hope to finish all residential routes around 7:30 a.m.
February 25th, 2023 2:00 p.m.: We received a total of 3 centimeters of snowfall from today's event. This is below our threshold for plowing and we will not be servicing this event. We are still monitoring the coming winter storm that is expected to arrive Monday night and continue into Tuesday. Our plan is to start our plow routes during the overnight hours on Monday. The Husky Team!
February 24th, 2023: We received a total of 20 centimeters of accumulation from this event. All City berms were cleaned today from those houses that required it. If there are still any outstanding issues from this storm please call into the office at 416-494-8439 to let us know. We are now monitoring another significant system that will be coming into the area beginning Monday night and ending sometime Tuesday during the day.
February 23rd, 2023 - 7:45 a.m.: All houses have now been completed. We will be sending out crews this evening to clean-up the berms left by the City trucks. If you are experiencing any service related issues please call into the office at 416-494-8439. Thank you, They Husky Team!
February 22nd, 2023 - 11:30 p.m.: Our crews have been sent out and are currently plowing. We have received a significant amount of snowfall so far in the range of approximately 15 to 20 centimeters. Due to this high volume of snow, we will continue to plow throughout the evening. However, with the snow continuing this evening, approximately 4 centimeters of accumulation is expected on driveways after our first plow. We will therefore be returning for a second round of plowing in the morning for a final clean-up. Please stay off the roads, as conditions are expected to be dangerous. Thank you, The Husky Team!
February 22nd, 2023 - 4:30 p.m.: There is a significant Colorado low heading our way, and it is expected to arrive imminently. The system is expected to bring 15 plus centimeters, and will be followed by many hours of freezing rain. We will begin the plowing of our residential properties after 10PM and carry on through the night. We expect the snow to be heavy when combined with the freezing rain. With this kind of packing snow it is possible that a layer of snow could be left on the surface of the driveway after plowing. After our initial plowing, we will assess the snowfall accumulation, and decide on any follow up service. Staying off the roads this evening is highly recommended due to the freezing rain and significant snow. Please be safe, The Husky Team!
January 29th, 2023 - 2:30 p.m.: The system seems to have made its way through the area now and has left a total accumulation of 9 centimeters of snow. We have now begun the plowing of all residential routes. Please stay tuned for an update on our progress later this evening. Thank you from, The Husky Team!
January 28th, 2023 - 10:00 p.m.: We are monitoring another low pressure system coming into the area this evening that is tracking south. This storm will continue into Sunday morning. This will be another significant event with snowfall accumulations of approximately 10 to 15 centimeters of snow. Our crews will be starting their routes at 3:00 a.m. tomorrow as the system begins to wind down. Continue to monitor for updates on our progress tomorrow afternoon. Stay off the roads and stay safe. The Husky Team!
January 26th, 2023 - 8:00 a.m.: Our team worked hard during the overnight hours completing routes. The snow was heavy and wet, and the storm did not let up until 6:00 a.m. leaving us a substantial accumulation of approximately 18 centimeters of snow. Due to the heavy snowfall overnight there will be a significant amount of residual snow on driveways that were done early in the evening. These properties will need another plow to complete cleanup. We will be coming by sometime this afternoon or later this evening to finish those properties. We will update again later when this final cleanup is complete.
January 25th, 2023 - 5:00 p.m.: We are now in the middle of another wintry blast due to a Texas low that is crossing over the area brining heavy snowfall. The storm began early this afternoon and is expected to continue until Thursday morning where the snow will then taper off into flurries. Total snowfall accumulations are anticipated to be between 15 - 20 centimeters. Due to heavy winds visibility will be reduced, causing whiteouts and drifting snow. Due to the rapidly accumulating snow, travel will be difficult and it is best to stay off the roads when possible. We will be starting our residential routes at 9:00 p.m. this evening. Please stay safe out there, The Husky Team!
January 22nd, 2023 - 9:30 p.m.: A system passed through this evening bringing snowfall accumulations of three centimetres into our service areas. This is under our 5-centimeter threshold for plowing, and we will not be out for this event. We are however expecting a major system coming mid week and will update again with more information soon.
January 13th, 2023 - 3:01 p.m.: Residential Plow Update: We have now concluded our residential properties for this snow event. We will not be plowing again for this event. We had an average of 8 cm. If there is anyone that still needs to be plowed please call 416-494-8439 or email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a wonderful and safe weekend!!!
January 13th, 2023 - 12:42 p.m.: Residential Plow Update: We are currently plowing all residential properties, and expect to have everyone looked after by 4:00 p.m.. If you have not been cleared by 4:00 p.m., please call the office at 416-494-8439.
January 12th, 2023 - 11:00 p.m.: We are monitoring the current winter storm and are expecting snow throughout the evening and into Friday morning. This storm will bring anywhere from 5 to 10 centimetres of accumulation. The snow will be heavy at times creating hazardous driving conditions and blackouts in some areas. So please stay off the roads if at all possible. We plan on commencing our plow routes once the storm is done, to provide the best clean possible after a storm. We will update the site once we have completed all routes, but anticipate being finished sometime in the afternoon.
December 24th, 2022 - 1:00 p.m.: All residential routes have been completed earlier this morning. There were extreme high winds last night and it caused drifting snow in most areas. There will likely be a small accumulation of snow on driveways after our plow. We will not be plowing again for this event. If there are any emergencies please email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a wonderful and safe holiday season!!!
December 23rd, 2022 - 6:00 p.m.: We have been monitoring the storm and have received a substantial amount of snow so far. We have also been experiencing extreme high winds, which in turn causes a lot of blowing and drifting. Due to the drifting snow, accumulations are varying greatly from area to area. We are planning to start all routes at 9:00 p.m. Light flurries are to continue over the evening but with the high winds the blowing snow will cause drifting in some areas. If after our plow you are experiencing any service related issues, please call into the office at 416-494-8439. The roads are extremely slippery right now so stay home and stay safe. From The Husky Team!!!
December 23rd, 2022 - 12:30 p.m.: We are in the midst of a major winter storm that we have all be hearing about this week. We are monitoring the storm to see how it develops as this is a long storm with varying types of precipitation being thrown our way. Blizzard like conditions are expected through Friday midday into Saturday midday. The roads are already slippery and it is advised to stay home and off the roads. Once we have more information and see how the storm develops we will update the site again later today. Based on current forecasts we are expecting to plow residential properties overnight after the majority of the snow has fallen.
December 16, 2022 - 9:00 a.m.: Good morning, the storm has left us with a nice wet messy day. All residential routes were completed overnight. We noticed during our plowing that snow accumulation varied widely depending on location. We were seeing accumulations anywhere from 10 to 15 centimeters of snowfall mixed with lots of wet slush. If you are experiencing any service related issues please call into the office at 416-494-8439 so we can address those as soon as possible. Thank you, from The Husky Team!
December 15th, 2022 - 4:30 p.m.: We are in the midst of a Colorado Low which is brining a mixed bag of precipitation our way. We have seen freezing rain, hail and very wet heavy snow so far during this storm. The storm is expected to continue through the overnight hours into tomorrow and will continue to bring us varying weather in the way of freezing drizzle and snow. We are starting our residential routes and will begin our first round of plowing by opening up driveways. We will continue to plow with the storm and will be doing a second round during the overnight hours once the snow has stopped. Driving conditions will be hazardous and we recommend staying off the roads whenever possible. If you are experiencing any service related issues please call into the office at 416-494-8439. Please stay safe out there. From, They Husky Team.
December 11th 2022 - 2:00 p.m.: Our first snowfall of the year has brought us a fairly mild snow storm to ease us into the winter season. A total of 5 centimeters of accumulation has fallen and we are currently plowing all residential routes and hope to be completed by 7:00 p.m. this evening. If you are experiencing any service related issues please call into the office at 416-494-8439. Thank you, from The Husky Team!
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