Well, I never knew that! Thank goodness I live in England, we don't get things like that in the Midlands!I am a robot (I came via Betsy)
Keith, hahahaha! Welcome sir. I am glad Betsy's blog brought you. We are bracing for the worst and hoping for the best.
Hang in there and stay warm and safe!
Pseu, It's 8AM Tue & thus far the storm is hitting some areas hard & others not so much. The weather service overestimated the coverage of the storm (too wide) and the amount of snow. That said, Worcester MA is at 27" & has all day to go. That ain't hay.
hahaha we get snowmagedon here for and inch of snow...if it got you, stay warm...and safe..
Brian, you're in VA right? I lived in Richmond for a number of years and it shut down with an inch of snow. DC too! I had a boxx who would send out the Jeep Wrangler to pick up all her salespeople. Really!
Hoping you are warm and safe. =) blessings ~ t
Tanna, we are fine. Seacoast & I-95 corridor much harder hit. Bracing for another Sun -Mon.
This just now showed up in my Reader. It's already happened and now we know what it was. Horrible in Massachusetts and a bust in New York City. :-)
DJan, I think the NYC thing is overblown on both sides. I mean, if they hadn't taken precautions & it had been more centered over the city, they'd have been flipping out. Better safe than sorry as far as I'm concerned.
I hope you are taking advantage of this and making lots of snow angels :)
OE, well, maybe not snow angels but we are all definitely taking advantage. This area has everything recreational for the Winter vacationer & resident. (I sound like a travel agent). Thanks for visiting!
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