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    Question Winter Storm Nemo

    So how did everyone fare with the blizzard of 2013?

    I'm in clocktown USA, (Thomaston) and we received 30+ inches of powder.
    Every landscape which is dreary enough has a certain beauty to my eyes, and in this instance
    its permanent qualities were enhanced by the weather. H.D. Thoreau

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    I'm in Garfield NJ, we got about a foot.

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    26.5" in southern CT. I am looking at the plow sitting in the driveway now....I do not envy him, ha!

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    There is a good chance for icy weather Monday morning, and snow Wednesday night into Thursday morning. And I just found out there is a still a travel ban in my town.

    I think I might be working from home tomorrow....

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    On the West Bethel Gilead ME line, it was ~ 12 inches of fluff before the winds compacted and drifted.

    I'm all set-- could have been more, glad it wasn't.

    Its nicely tucked up around the foundation, and my floors are warmer than they have been for some time.

    See Ya Nemo.

    Breeze

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    Here in the northern Philadelphia suburbs, we didn't really feel the full effects of Nemo, and only got about 2 - 3 inches.
    Bob

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    That's over forty degrees
    I'd rather have it thirty,
    Twenty, ten, five and let it freeeeEEEEEEeeze!

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    I am almost plowed out!! Joy! Hope my car starts....

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    16 inches just north of Keene, NH. Family just east of Keene got 18-24 inches though. All fluff. Just another storm in our mind. Didn't phase us at all to drive down to Rhode Island for a funeral Friday.

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    No snow here in SW PA. Had a few flurries, but that was it. Its now in the 60's today and the ground is completely bare.

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    24-28" in Taunton Ma, depending on who you ask. I can confirm I was joyously making my way thru above the knee snow to shovel out the front entrance of my home. IT WAS GREAT!!! Power stayed on but, I lost internet/cable which was perfectly fine with me. I'm looking forward to another 3-6" Wednesday - Thursday.

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