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First Snow Of The Season! Answered

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Yaay! Snowww!! What does your snowy area look like?

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mg0930mg (author)2008-11-28

What state is this? WTF! I want snow.

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Goodhart (author)mg0930mg2009-01-07

Brrrr, we had a couple of dustings in Nov. and are back to the freezing rain again *sigh*

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mg0930mg (author)Goodhart2009-01-07

We had no dustings. GRRRR... We have cold rain, not freezing, though.

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Goodhart (author)mg0930mg2009-01-07

be thankful of that. When I went out to my car at 1 am this morning to go home, the car was iced over, and it was raining.....I really hate to have to scrape windows in the rain *sigh*

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mg0930mg (author)Goodhart2009-01-07

...but I don't drive. ;) I'd rather it just snow..

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Goodhart (author)mg0930mg2009-01-07

Well, there is always Maine :-) if you like snow...or better yet, in the snow belt of NY state, where the winds blow off of the great lakes and you get 20-40 feet of it at a shot :-)

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mg0930mg (author)Goodhart2009-01-09

What state would have snow like 24/7? I, so want to move there.

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Goodhart (author)mg0930mg2009-01-10

Northern Alaska. The pay is good up there, but then EVERYTHING must be shipped in...eggs, milk, etc. Prepare for VERY high prices and cold that will freeze your nostrils shut :-)

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mg0930mg (author)Goodhart2009-01-10

Anywhere, where stuff is sorta cheap? haha.

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Goodhart (author)mg0930mg2009-01-10

Not when the snow is constant and no one can grow anything themselves.... :-)

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mg0930mg (author)Goodhart2009-01-10

Ahhh....shoot. That sucks. What about colorado? I thought they had snow a lot.

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Goodhart (author)mg0930mg2009-01-10

They do, but then you asked for What state would have snow like 24/7? ;-)

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FaqMan (author)mg0930mg2009-01-07

but you have to wlak in the heavy snow then.

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mg0930mg (author)FaqMan2009-01-07

It doesn't snow heavily here.

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Plasmana (author)mg0930mg2009-01-09

Or in the arctic circles if you want snow for ever...

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bumpus (author)mg0930mg2009-01-07

Pennsylvania. Don't listen to Plasmana. :D

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mg0930mg (author)bumpus2009-01-07

I looked at your profile. Lmao. I'm in jersey. This didn't happen! WTF!!!!!!!!!

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Plasmana (author)2009-01-07

In surrey area, we got ice - everywhere, on roads, ponds, lakes, houses, grass, cars, you name it, it was all over the place...

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Der Bradly (author)Plasmana2009-01-10

I renember hearing about that on the news!

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FaqMan (author)Plasmana2009-01-07

Now that sounds like a major pain to deal with

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Plasmana (author)FaqMan2009-01-09

Yeah, but it melted of quickly.. :-)

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FaqMan (author)Plasmana2009-01-09

You live in a warm state?

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Plasmana (author)FaqMan2009-01-10

I live in the UK, in surrey, look on my profile to know more about me.

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kelseymh (author)FaqMan2009-01-09

Clicking on Plasmana's username above would have allowed you to read his profile, which would have revealed that he lives in the U.K.

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FaqMan (author)mg0930mg2009-01-09

Alright then thanks for telling me.

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DJ Radio (author)2008-11-26

Lucky you, We dont get snow in LA........

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DJ Radio (author)Plasmana2009-01-07

i thought you knew that....

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Plasmana (author)DJ Radio2009-01-09

I just want to double check, I forget some things sometimes...

Anyway how is our home state doing? I was born there - in New Orleans

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GorillazMiko (author)2008-11-26

It hasn't snowed in Covina since 1928 or something.

Damn.

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Der Bradly (author)GorillazMiko2009-01-07

lol, that sucks Have you seen snow?

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GorillazMiko (author)Der Bradly2009-01-09

No, I stay at home locked up in a cage.

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mg0930mg (author)GorillazMiko2009-01-09

Did you get hit, when Las Vegas had the one storm?

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mg0930mg (author)GorillazMiko2009-01-07

Didn't Las Vegas, have a BIG storm? Wouldn't California get hit, too?

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FaqMan (author)2009-01-09

It's been flurring off and on up this area.

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skunkbait (author)2009-01-08

I don't think Arkansas even gets snow anymore. We have spectacular ice storms, which let me put the old runner-sled to use.

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Sunbanks (author)2009-01-04

This is what our backyard looked like last time it snowed

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FaqMan (author)Sunbanks2009-01-04

Man now that is allot of snow

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FaqMan (author)bumpus2009-01-04

in my area it would be actually

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Sunbanks (author)FaqMan2009-01-04

It's a lot for here too :D That picture's from December 14th or sometime around then so now it's all melted :(

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FaqMan (author)Sunbanks2009-01-05

That stinks that it melted but it may snow again soon.

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