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Flying Colors

Posted by John Rossi on February 20, 2013  /   Posted in Blog

RDM in snowAfter leaving Natick last Thursday, all thoughts were on Nemo (our blizzard) and how the two RDM’s would fare out in all that wind and snow.  We have one set up in Natick MA and another just outside Boston.  As of around 10:AM Saturday, the National weather service posts the snow total for Natick at 24.0″ and hurricane force winds in the area with much the same at site #2.  We have requested Nemo weather data for the Natick base and will post that when we have it.  In the meantime, it is great to report that the BOTH of the RDM’s that we left out in the cold did just fine.  Neither suffered damage or leakage.  The snow piled up all around them and left eddies in the wake of the wind, but none got inside.  Just like superstorm Sandy – a real test.  And they both passed with flying colors.

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