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Princeton area snowfall.
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From Bloomington
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Anyone from the Princeton area? I am wondering how much snow you got.

I am supposed to go Turkey hunting this weekend.

Posted on: 4/15 20:01:16
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Re: Princeton area snowfall.
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Looks like Princeton only got about 3 inches or so.You should be fine.

Posted on: 4/16 6:56:44
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Re: Princeton area snowfall.
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Thanks for the update!

Posted on: 4/16 8:12:26
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Re: Princeton area snowfall.
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10 miles east of princeton, I got a 12".

I also noticed princeton schools is 2 hours late. I'm not sure total amount the city of princeton got but if school was delayed, it must be decent.

Turkeys are all on food sources at the moment and have not spread out yet. If you have winter food you will have lots of birds, if not, could be slim pickings.

Posted on: 4/16 8:47:33
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Re: Princeton area snowfall.
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From Mtka, Winnie
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Found this nifty link for snow/rain totals around the state.

https://www.weather.gov/source/crh/snowmap.html?sid=mpx

Posted on: 4/16 9:20:04
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Re: Princeton area snowfall.
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I was wrong...looks like Princeton got 10.5 I think you should still be ok for turkeys.

Posted on: 4/16 9:58:34
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Re: Princeton area snowfall.
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From South Minneapolis
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Wow according to that link Princeton got 10", cambridge just east got 5" and Mora just north and east only got 2"

Posted on: 4/16 10:28:41
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Re: Princeton area snowfall.
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Quote:

chris63 wrote:
I was wrong...looks like Princeton got 10.5 I think you should still be ok for turkeys.


I am on a farm sitting by the field and a swamp. It should be good. Plus I think the neighbor feeds them.

I never thought I would need snowshoes for Turkey hunting.

Posted on: 4/16 10:56:32
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Re: Princeton area snowfall.
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That site is full of $#@*! I live just north of Mora and we received about 8" of snow.

Posted on: 4/16 12:38:25
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Re: Princeton area snowfall.
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JT wrote:
That site is full of $#@*! I live just north of Mora and we received about 8" of snow.
My friend lives in downtown Princeton and gave me the info so that's all I can report to you.Seems like everywhere you turn these days everyone is looking to prove others wrong.I hope everyone can "rough" it through these apocalyptic times good luck hunting.

Posted on: 4/16 14:12:42
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