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SNOW DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Answered

here in Illinois we have a snow day. district 300. what about you?

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Goodhart

11 years ago

Yeah, when I was younger we would hope for a white Christmas, as it was always cold enough for it. But the last couple of years, we only pray that it doesn't rain too hard and become a sloppy mud-brown Christmas *sigh* However, we are supposed to get a bit of a storm this weekend....we shall see.

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Spl1nt3rC3ll

11 years ago

So far it has only snowed twice. Once was a good inch or so, washed away an hour later by rain. The other were snowflakes so small you could barely see them. Otherwise it's just been cold. I wish it would snow for Mazee's sake, she loves it. Where I live we are lucky if we get three days of snowfall, with the rest of the week lasting, (stale) snow. Once a year, too.

Otherwise, all the schools up by Seattle are closed due to flooding.

Below is that first day!

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SunbanksSpl1nt3rC3ll

Reply 11 years ago

Here are some pictures near Centralia of the floods that I took on the way home from Portland

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Spl1nt3rC3llSunbanks

Reply 11 years ago

Are those the floods in Washington? Did you have to detour I-5 (if you even went in that direction), because it was under five feet of water!

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SunbanksSpl1nt3rC3ll

Reply 11 years ago

Luckily we made it close to home before they put up the detours. I stayed at my brothers house that night because he had a generator and a Wii :D. One of the resturaunts got swept away by a mudslide so we had to take a (creepy) detour around that. If we had left Portland later we would have had to go to Eastern Washington and then back to Western Washington to get home.

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SunbanksSpl1nt3rC3ll

Reply 11 years ago

I am so greatful that there weren't any floods here, although here on the coast there were some really huge wind gusts.(Or so I've heard)

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SunbanksSpl1nt3rC3ll

Reply 11 years ago

Yeah, a tree fell on our neighbors trailer and the weird thing is is that in the last storm we had uor fence blew down and in this one we only lost a piece of wood from it even though this one was much stronger.

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Spl1nt3rC3llSunbanks

Reply 11 years ago

We have had some bad storms to. Last year school was closed, and there were trees down everywhere. Our house was the one of the only houses with power for some reason. No internet or T.V though :(

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Spl1nt3rC3llSpl1nt3rC3ll

Reply 11 years ago

It was funny to hear people at school say that they had no power for weeks, and I'd tell them "Oh, the power just flickered at my house."

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SunbanksSpl1nt3rC3ll

Reply 11 years ago

Our power was out for nearly a week so next time I won't be complaining when it's only out for a day

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SunbanksSunbanks

Reply 11 years ago

Oh and yeah, they were in Washington.

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Doctor WhatSpl1nt3rC3ll

Reply 11 years ago

Every time you post a pic of your dog, I get jealous that my dog isn't nearly as cute.

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TheCheese9921

11 years ago

I live in Michigan, we they don't usually cancel school due to snow (unless it starts snowing around 4 am and snows ALOT, other than that they usually get it cleared) they usually cancel school because its to cold or if theres an ice storm (which look awesome in the morning) its been 20 or under the past week or so but its all fun :) Al Gore is full of crap

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Bran

11 years ago

It's 80 degrees here (no joke), which is startling warm, even for mid-Georgia. We haven't had snow in my area since I was 6.

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its a lionBran

Reply 11 years ago

same here. well not the no snow since i was 6. last decent snow i can remember was about 6-8 years ago. there may have been one since, i just cant remember. tomorrow, 80 degrees. thursday, 71 with a chance of rain (please please please let it rain, water restrictions are killing me).

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Branits a lion

Reply 11 years ago

tomorrow, 80 degrees. thursday, 71 with a chance of rain (please please please let it rain, water restrictions are killing me)

Our lakes our basically puddles, that's how bad our drought is.

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GoodhartBran

Reply 11 years ago

sorry to hear about that...

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LinuxH4x0r

11 years ago

Me too! and its my birthday! Check out my forun post (awesomeness!) Santa Fe Public Schools (NM)

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Kiteman

11 years ago

We're now well into winter, yet we've only had a couple of minor frosts.

Thirty years ago, at this time of year, I would have been walking to school through at least six inches of snow. (Who says global warming isn't real?)

Ten years ago, the town I live in was closed by a quarter inch of snow, because it turned to glassy ice as soon as it landed - we got no milk or bread until lunchtime.

If any of you watch the UK news, just wait until it does snow - road chaos, airports will close, doom will be predicted and the gritters will be stuck in drifts. Britain is crippled by a couple of inches of snow every year. The Powers That Be always seem to get caught out by winter. You'd think they'd remember to mark it on their calenders.

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GoodhartKiteman

Reply 11 years ago

Aye, I remember when younger the snow that drifted to almost cover telephone poles where I grew up. But there was no walking to my school. It took 45 minutes to get there by bus LOL

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Sunbanks

11 years ago

Lucky. We didn't have school for a week because of a huge storm...But that wasn't fun because there wasn't any power. It was just last week actually...

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SunbanksDoctor What

Reply 11 years ago

Grays Harbor, Pacific, and Lewis counties. Those are all I can remember anyway.

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Doctor What

11 years ago

Unfortunately, I've had only one delay so far, when it snowed about 6-8 inches.

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T3h_Muffinator

11 years ago

Congrats! We haven't had a snow day in about 2-3 years..... I can't even remember..

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Brennn10

11 years ago

You are so lucky, we just have light rain here. Hopefully what you have will carry its way over to PA.

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GoodhartBrennn10

Reply 11 years ago

Not for awhile...it is like 46+oF out there.

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Weissensteinburg

11 years ago

Lucky duck! Too bad we don't get sun days in florida =[

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KentsOkay

11 years ago

Really? I suppose you must not have done much huh? I've got loads of friends, tis half the reason why I so like runescape...

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KentsOkay

11 years ago

What does?

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KentsOkay

11 years ago

I'm homeschooled sucker!

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Goodhart

11 years ago

Yes, I think that was what happened with the incident I mention; only the thin layer of ice was under the snow, and so that created the situation....I do not recall if they came and took us to school or home with the "rescue bus" *shrug*

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KentsOkay

11 years ago

Ack no fair, we won't get ice till February...

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Goodhart

11 years ago

:-) no, I am not going to tell you I had to walk through 8 feet of snow, in my bare feet, up hill, both ways, to get to and from school; BUT, I do remember that "IF" the buses could get through, they were required to. So snow days were reserved for days that one woke up and there was over a foot of snow all over, and it would still have to be coming down pretty hard; since the plows would be through soon, so that it would only be a delay if it wasn't snowing at the time.

Ah yes, the fun of the bus sliding off the road one time, into an embankment.....you all miss these good times you know ?

LOL