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967 mb Major Nor'easter!!! HISTORIC BLIZZARD!!! 4 deaths...

 
RoxykinsIII

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I love snow, I don't even mind shoveling it. I would have loved a good blizzard with at least 3 feet of snow. We got 4 inches in upstate NY, about 40 miles east of Binghamton. Go figure, my parents on Long Island, s/w Nassau got 12-14" - they hate snow......
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[link to i.imgur.com] Picture taken in Connecticut looking out of someone's back porch
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Weather Underground‏@wunderground

RT @cnnbrk: At least four people have died in the monster storm: two in Ontario, and one each in NY and CT. [link to on.cnn.com]
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Re: 967 mb Major Nor'easter!!! HISTORIC BLIZZARD!!! 4 deaths...
I love snow, I don't even mind shoveling it. I would have loved a good blizzard with at least 3 feet of snow. We got 4 inches in upstate NY, about 40 miles east of Binghamton. Go figure, my parents on Long Island, s/w Nassau got 12-14" - they hate snow......
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Bridget... Is that you ??
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Re: 967 mb Major Nor'easter!!! HISTORIC BLIZZARD!!! 4 deaths...
By the way, we got some cinnamon roll icing out here in good ol' frozen Brooklyn!

Not liking the overcoating of powdered sugar tho...ma teet is killin meee !

ops

Looking forward to the inches...tomorrow sigh

verycold
 Quoting: BetteDavisEyes


Hey Brooklyn, Staten Island checking in with maybe one inch of sleet and snow down, and no wind at all. Light snow falling.
 Quoting: WatchmenOnTheWall


Hi, Brooklyn! Grew up in Sunset Park, later lived on 93rd.

Hi, Staten Island. New Brighton, here, right off the terrace.

At this point we have nary a few inches, but lots of snow drifts, as the wind blows up our hill from the Kill Van Kull.

so far, not much of a storm, thankfully.

cool2
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


Hi hi! I'm very close to 93rd St!

You're right...not much here thank God! We got about 6 inches maybe.

The plow trucks kept waking me up during the night. It seems like they came down my street about 20 times! I guess that's a good thing hf

Praying for those who lost their lives and have no power sigh
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[link to i.imgur.com] Picture taken in Connecticut looking out of someone's back porch
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shocked
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FOX 25 News Boston‏@fox25news

BREAKING: 12-year-old dies from CO poisoning in Dorchester
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I love snow, I don't even mind shoveling it. I would have loved a good blizzard with at least 3 feet of snow. We got 4 inches in upstate NY, about 40 miles east of Binghamton. Go figure, my parents on Long Island, s/w Nassau got 12-14" - they hate snow......
 Quoting: RoxykinsIII


Bridget... Is that you ??
 Quoting: Nlightened


My aunt's name is Bridget lol
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FOX 25 News Boston‏@fox25news

BREAKING: 12-year-old dies from CO poisoning in Dorchester

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verysad
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[link to i.imgur.com] Picture taken in Connecticut looking out of someone's back porch
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shocked
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ouch .. hopefully the glass can withstand the snow´s pressure..
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FOX 25 News Boston‏@fox25news

BREAKING: 12-year-old dies from CO poisoning in Dorchester

 Quoting: Luisport


verysad
 Quoting: phoenixe


Thank you, Phoenixe. Your ‘snow-on-roof’ thread is very important. Most would say that wind took care of that. However, the same wind produces pockets where that can happen. Here in Maine most know. Other parts it is new.
Also thanks for CO poisoning note. That was a 12 year old child’s death in Dorchester.

Because of CO safety my gas heater went off. It goes off automatically if no exhaust. The exhaust was covered with an 81/2 foot drift. Dug it out and now it works fine.

Good from bad. The visibility is great because most airports shut or reduced so no chemtrails. Could see out and think that the tide did cover the breakwater, (Penobscot Bay, Midcoast Maine).

Fire Departments might shoot me for saying this but…: We know we should not heat with stoves…. We know we should not leave burners on and go to sleep…. However IF IF IF we do we should remember to take turns on ‘watch’.
There.
Lol.
Again, thanks.
Oh, re ‘odd pockets of wind’. Parts of eastern slopes of British Columbia are the places where there is the greatest cold. This is because those times the weather reverses over land, i.e. east to west, then it gets colder. It can go down to 60 degrees below zero. (F). Then when that reverses to normal and the normal west-to-east brings weather over the Rockies then you have giant shifts called the Chinook. It can go from 60 below to near 60 above, (shift of 100 degrees), in 24 hours. But also there are valleys there that because of patterns there is no wind. None. Ever. Giant trees of about 100 feet have trunks about the size of your arm. Weird.

Last Edited by Rinty on 02/10/2013 01:02 PM


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