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    Arrow Is It Snowing At Your House?

    Here in Georiga they are talking about some flurries or more tonight.

    Snow in Houston? That is just amazing.

    AND I see one of our forum member's has a forecast for a "wintry mix" with accumulation of 1" - 2" today and 3"-7" tonight! Stock up on milk and bread and most importantly...KEEP SAFE.

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    No snow in RI yet, but I will say we had some this past sat. nite. It was just a dusting but we had to clean off the front stairs for our company.

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    schools here in central maine were released EARLY (11 am)
    we have an ICE warning for today/tonight/tomorrow

    forecast is sleet and snow and freezing rain this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow
    maybe..........a total of only a few inches but compacted to bulletproof with the freezing rain.

    we have plenty of supplies (beer, doritos, cigarettes, toiletpaper )
    seriously...........we have plenty of milk, ice cream, cookies, bananas and soup.

    if we lose power, we just move our stuff from refrigerator to our garage where it is COLD

    according to neighbors, if we lose power due to ice, it should not be for too long as a nursing home is 200 yds from this street and we on this street and the nursing home are on the same transformer/circuitry.

    for all of you down south.............hope your crummy weather passes quickly

    andrea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    if we lose power, we just move our stuff from refrigerator to our garage where it is COLD
    Lucky!!!

    according to neighbors, if we lose power due to ice, it should not be for too long as a nursing home is 200 yds from this street and we on this street and the nursing home are on the same transformer/circuitry.
    Even LUCKIER!!!

    Everyone keep safe.

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    Leaving tomorrow "enroute" to Aruba. Will arrive on Saturday. We just got about 20 inches of snow all in one day (yesterday). We Canadians are tough!!
    happiness is going to Aruba with your adult kids because they still want to come with their parents

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    Andrea J....do you own a generator? May be a good thing to have, nursing home or not!
    Please contact via e-mail at arubarennowner@gmail.com



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    no generator
    we had planned on buying one a few months ago

    never did though

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    Buckets of rain and chilly but Sunday is supposed to be 60 and sunny. Go figure.
    [SIGPIC]Augusta !

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    Oh my God I hate this weather. Can I survive the next 118 days?

    An old man with a long white beard just moored his boat down the street...now he's looking for animals, two of each kind (male and female). Think that's a bad sign?
    Please contact via e-mail at arubarennowner@gmail.com



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    We had a total of 2.23 in. of rain yesterday and the day before. Beautiful today but cool. 64 degrees by Tuesday.

    To those getting the white stuff, make sure you take frequent breaks when shoveling and drink plenty of fluids (non-alcoholic- sorry that is the former EMT in me. )

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