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Still time to stock up on ice cream sandwiches and thank you notes!!!!:runcirclsmiley:

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  • petitepedal changed the title to First storm of the New Year
1 hour ago, petitepedal said:

Oops..changed it to first storm of the New Year...we jave had other storms.

So does that mean you're already stocked up on ice cream sandwiches and thank you notes?

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He barely survived a blizzard on Sunday.  Got a let an eight of an inch on the grass in places.  Melted on contact with any hard surface.

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All I know the winds blew 90 km/hr. today mid-afternoon.  I'm certain our temp. will plunge in less than wk.

I missed the snowstorm just before Christmas when I lit out to another province. It whacked the city.

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16 hours ago, petitepedal said:

Thursday into Friday....depending on who you listen to anywhere from 3 to 8 inches...of the white stuff :loveshower:

Is it supposed to be wet, heavy snow? I think ours is supposed to be. Poor HoSmudge; no helper for this one.

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14 hours ago, jsharr said:

He barely survived a blizzard on Sunday.  Got a let an eight of an inch on the grass in places.  Melted on contact with any hard surface.

I was wondering if you were affected by that at all. Glad you survived such a horrific weather event.

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17 hours ago, petitepedal said:

Thursday into Friday....depending on who you listen to anywhere from 3 to 8 inches...of the white stuff :loveshower:

We've been lucky so far.  No accumulation worth mentioning in the Baltimore-Annapolis-Washington triangle, though a few inches of snow around Christmas in Northern and Western Maryland.

Today, I'm walking Jake wearing a light windbreaker, maybe the last time for a while without a heavy coat according to the forecast - which calls for light snow at the end of next week.

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