Crap, crap, crap. Saturday the local weather said partly to mostly sunny all week. I find out yesterday at church this is on the way. What a difference a day makes.
Well, I wish I had more firewood ready in the house (it's in the shed unsplit but at least it's there and I have a spitter) and more propane in the tank outside but we will be ok. I wish I would have swept the chimney but I need new rods, was planning on getting them this week. It's not that bad, I swept it before the burn season started. I have 25 gallons of gas for the generator (and snowmobile) and will be stocking up on water after work.
Got the horses blankets on them this morning, have to fill up their heated 100 gallon water tank after work and store more water for them too, got plenty of grain and hay. If we loose power I will have to run their heated water trough off the generator too, at least for 8-12 hours a day.
We have enough food for a few days and the gas grill has a pretty full tank. Plenty of batteries, lanterns, etc. I doubt this will be crippling for more than 2-3 days if that in my area. There aren't a lot of remote areas in CT or southern New England, I would be surprised if things weren't back to normal by Thursday night in most areas. The very good news is they are saying it will stay cold enough that the snow won't get wet and sticky which will help keep the power on. If that changes and it gets wet/sticky then it could be days/weeks before power is restored, etc. Pray it stays cold.