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    Default its geeting cold up there....

    I see single digits with the wind chill...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by parnelli
    I see single digits with the wind chill...........
    You are right! The cold came down last night and we are into single digits. Wind chill right now is 6 degrees F.

    The current "Conditions" image:

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    Down to 16 with clear skies, undercast, and looks like some ice/snow on the webcams. Nothing like Buffalo NY this morning though!

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    What's the deal with Buffalo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talinus
    What's the deal with Buffalo?
    Buffalo got about 2 feet of snow last night.
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    Mm, I heard. Last October I was living in Twin Mountain. We got about 2 feet spread across two storms, but nothing like this. It's a lot harder to cripple a small town than a big city. There are about a thousand times more people in western NY than northern NH, and many more miles of power lines to fall down.

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