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A "Squall?"-I think not.

Wow,old "Accuweather" couldn't have possibly been more wrong with my forecast in central NH today.One inch of snow predicted (a squall) and I'm looking out my window at at least five and it's still coming down hard.

How do these people keep their jobs? They're rarely ever right with the forecasts in my area.

I certainly didn't have my blower put away for the season,I know better than that.I wait until June 1st,and even then I wouldn't be surprised.....
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Had a little snow fall here but it was 40 deg out so was melted as soon as it landed

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I am betting no more snow here and will be removing snow tires from the cars this weekend.

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Wow,old "Accuweather" couldn't have possibly been more wrong with my forecast in central NH today.One inch of snow predicted (a squall) and I'm looking out my window at at least five and it's still coming down hard.

How do these people keep their jobs? They're rarely ever right with the forecasts in my area.

I certainly didn't have my blower put away for the season,I know better than that.I wait until June 1st,and even then I wouldn't be surprised.....
They call themselves meteorologists now. The can predict meteor showers with amazing accuracy, snow however, not so much.

We call them weather guessers here in my neck of the woods.....

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72º and sunny, we are warm and dry ( so far ) here in the motor

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72º and sunny, we are warm and dry ( so far ) here in the motor
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