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Snow fun...tonight?


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Okay, we here in Hooterville are set to get 1 to 2 inches of snow tonight. A good excuse to break out a few strings of lights.

Thought I would stretch out a couple of strings on the ground and let the snow cover them, then...light em up.

Question....I know the company lawn lights used incan. Can I get the same effect with LED?

Quicker the answers the better...will post pics/vids if it all comes to pass

Bob

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Well its pretty much a crap shoot at the moment. Depends on which weather station you listen to. At best we could see 2"....

Guess I could throw an incan with it...thought the LEDs would be better since they are sealed....

Thanks for the reply....going to see if it works

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LED are great. But there is one small thing that make Ican better. For example, I have the Retro C9 LED on my roof. But a few inches and the LED are buried under the snow. But with ican C9, they will melt the snow around them and shine through the melted hole. I thought that it would look cool to have snow over the lights. But the snow muted the light to much in my opinion.

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I remember the incan lawn lights. The big thing with them was the heat created a snow cave around them and they were spaced really far apart...

This was just something to do IF we really get the snow...

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Well it all ended up being a moot point anyway ...

Weatherman missed it by ---------------------------------------> that much ...

 

My trusty weather rock was just a little wet and a litte cold .. but it never turned white ...

So .. it was all just exercise is dragging out 4 strings of lights and giving them a cold bath ...

 

Maybe next time ...

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