So, we had 3 days of lead up to the 'Storm of the Century' - which ended up blowing around more snow than actually dropping on us (suppose to get 12-15, ended up with about 6-7), then no lead up and watched the news Saturday morning and they said we may get a dusting possibly 1-2 inches - well, we get around 6 inches and hardly anyone on the news mentions it
that $#@%!&* ice is now gone, thanks to a high pressure front moving over the midwest the last few days. Good riddance. Now, it's a high-wind alert coming from weatherbug. If it's not one thing, it's another. Wind doesn't have to be shoveled off the roads, though. I'll take it.
Getting about 6-10 inches tonight in Pennsylvania, which is highly unusual for October.
We got walloped here on the eastern part of PA. I think my hometown had around 4-5 inches, which is a ton for this time of year. I was actually up in Connecticut when the storm hit, and it was crazy. At one point I think we were getting 2 inches of snow an hour. Gigantic snowflakes...
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