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    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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    Yep I was hiking up there this Sunday. When we started off it was clear but by the time we got to the summit it was foggy with rime ice. The wind was blowing like 50 miles and hour and the temp was 19 degrees with a wind chill of -3. Its was still awesome thought!!!

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