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All I have seen today on the news is how badly the east coast has been beaten up by a 'blizzard.' That blizzard was here a week ago- it didn't even make the news...

Our airports stayed open- we are prepared for this weather- it happens to you folks every year as well and everybody seems surprised.... hmmm

Tip: when you see a storm in the Northwest, start getting ready on the East Coast! :wink:

I still have 18 inches of snow in my front yard...

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It seems like people would eventually get used to the same weather they get season after season. I totally agree, and I blame the media for alot of that. If there isn't someone getting killed or raped, they will try to sensationalize any thing they can, like REGULAR weather. On the other hand, some people are just stupid and no matter how many times they see snow or heavy rain, they freak out. It rains more days than it doesn't here, and traffic still comes to a screaching hault as soon as the first raindrop falls. It's ridiculous.

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This was a Noreaster up the coast that was a product of two storms (one on the west coast), which caused heavy winds and blizzard conditions. It was the windiest storm I have seen in years, a true blizzard. Yes we have had snow storms before, but when NYC gets hit hard..it makes world news.

Took me 3 hours of snow removal today, with my quad and a shovel.

It's still 30 mph winds with clear skies right now, blowing snow.

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