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post #1 of 20 Old 01-10-2011, 09:49 AM Thread Starter
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Where's the snow?!

Ever since we hit some unseasonably high temps a while back, we haven't had any snow! Cold weather, but only a dusting that just sort of blew away.

Anybody else getting anything worth while?
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Well so far here in MA. we have had only 3 snow falls and thats about it. One was pretty heavey and thankfully I had that day off to clean up.
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We've just recieved a little over an inch this past week, but I'd like to see more.
I have to remind myself that last season we did'nt get much major snowfall till the end of
January and beginning of Febuary, so there's still a chance of getting a few good snows yet.

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Looks like all the snow is in Atlanta.
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I lived in Atlanta and if they get a dusting the shut down the city, now they say they got 4 inches it must mean the end of the world to them.
By the way no one has a snowblower in Georgia, not one.
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hmm,
they have a few on thier Cl page,
some ppl are prepared...........
from4-8"by time it stops today, prob. more depending on how it drifts...
@bosmech i se some coming that way tonite&tommoz.
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2cycled I am ready for it.
I think the ones on craigslist are people that moved there from the northeast because when I lived there I don't ever remember seeing one in the stores at all.
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Down town Atlanta looked like a ghost town on the news tonight. They said the city has 8 snow plows, and the one they showed was pretty darn rusty looking.

We got just a tad under 3 inches today, so I had some time behind the snowblower.
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thats about all we got today 3",thought we were going to get 5" or so but hey, it is what it is. so i just went out and had fun with the snowboard


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Well sitting here at my kitchen table at 7:50am Im looking out at about 6-8" and it still coming down HARD!!!


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