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Old 02-15-2007, 04:36 PM
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Wow, what a storm. Hope everyone weathered ok. We still have family without power. I'm glad I dont work for BGE!
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Old 02-15-2007, 05:22 PM
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I hear the North got all the storm, we saw not one flake of snow. No ice either, I was hoping for some snow, but I hate the ice...
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I was off yesterday, we didnt have power most of the day. Theres ice everywhere thats for sure
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here in new jersey, on the shores of the raritan bay, (and i mean shores. i am 300 ft from the high tide line),
we only got 1/4 inch of snow.


but then it dumped 4 inches of ice on top of the dang snow.
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I think I'd rather have a foot of snow than 1 inch of ice!
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i would rather not have snow or ice.but if it had to do something i would say snow.ice makes it to hard to get my backhoe up the hill at work, it tends to slide back down it.
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I think I'd rather have a foot of snow than 1 inch of ice!
HEY!!! I second that!!! anything but ice, it causes 2 much trouble and pain in the ****!! we lost power for a day and a half, and work also lost power so I had a day off, the roads looked terrible as well........... what a way 2 spend Valentines Day, no g/f, no phone, no power, no 4X4!!!!!!
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Hey, well now it is Spring time here this week, going to reach mid 50's during the day. We went all Winter with now real snow..... Oh the pain!!!
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