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Two Feet of Snow

Sorry - that is what we could have had if it were 30-40 degrees colder. It is currently 60 degrees F. with 2-3 inches of rain overnight. Quite a few local road closings due to flooded farm fields. Is winter almost over, kind of hope so.
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A hundred miles away to the north they got 6~ feet.

Mixed feelings... but that the air smelled like spring today didn't seem too bad at all.


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OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!! The inhumanity of it all, I just want it to be all gone now.

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5 inches of wet snow we found sunday am is already fully melted away. air temp is 65 f .in place of the snow is inches of mud that makes my golden retrievers very happy dogs! them not me.
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5 inches of wet snow we found sunday am is already fully melted away. air temp is 65 f .in place of the snow is inches of mud that makes my golden retrievers very happy dogs! them not me.
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Of course, now that the machine is fixed there is nothing for it to chew up and spit out any more.
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Sorry - that is what we could have had if it were 30-40 degrees colder. It is currently 60 degrees F. with 2-3 inches of rain overnight. Quite a few local road closings due to flooded farm fields. Is winter almost over, kind of hope so.
Looks the same here. The temps for the coming week are not that cold in Central New York and the average temps for March are in the 40's, April in the 50's, it doesn't look like the groundhog was right. We're a good 20 inches below the normal average snow fall for the year. **** that global warming!
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