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|10-29-2008, 06:24 PM||#1 (permalink)|
First off Snow sucks. But I did get my first two hour delay on Fort Drum...so that part was almost worth it. I went back to bed. Got about 10 inches at my house and 16 or so at work, very heavy wet crap and the ground is saturated so it was a mess!
|10-29-2008, 06:32 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Slayer of Care Bears
|10-29-2008, 06:39 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Not a Furry
Yeah its only October it's not supposed to be this cool yet. We were actualy dipping down into the lower 60's during the day, That's just wrong.
Stuipd Global warming not working properly.
And yeah snow sucks especialy when it melts and refreezes into black ice.
|10-29-2008, 06:46 PM||#6 (permalink)|
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|10-29-2008, 06:51 PM||#7 (permalink)|
could use a little doe...
I got the day off of school yesterday and a 2 hour delay start today.
It was nice, i wish it was colder though, i hate it when it gets all slushy.
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<Pif> If it could move itself, I'm sure it would attempt to hunt down John Connor.
|10-29-2008, 08:16 PM||#10 (permalink)|
Believe me, I know this is just the beginning of 100 plus inches.
Little primer on where I live I am 20 miles from the Tug.
The Tug Hill region is renowned for its excessive snowfall. One interesting architectural feature related to this phenomenon can be found locally in some hunting camps: supplemental, second-floor entry doors. These are located directly above the ground-level front door, and such apertures are used when so much snow has accumulated that the ground-level door can not be accessed. Snow depths commonly reach five feet or more, on the level, and vastly deeper amounts are routine. The location of the region in relation to Lake Ontario often creates ideal conditions for lake effect snow. The Tug Hill hamlet of Montague owns the single day New York State record of snowfall with 77 inches (6 feet, 5 inches). Another Tug Hill village, Hooker (in Lewis County) holds the state record for annual snowfall. Hooker also received an extraordinary accumulation of snow in the winter of 1976-77, with a total accumulation of 466.9 inches – approximately 39 feet.
On February 10, 2007 the National Weather Service reported that the Town of Parish had received 100 inches of snow over a seven day span, while the village of Redfield received 141 inches of snow over a ten day span of February 3-February 12, 2007.