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She looks good basking in the Florida winter sun
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I lived in Florida in 81-82 before it was overcrowded and Nov through Feb were beautiful! I did not like the heat and humidly of the other 8 months.

28º with flurries today, builds character! I'm glad I'm not in Buffalo though, 5 or 6 feet of snow is a bit much.
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I lived in Florida in 81-82 before it was overcrowded and Nov through Feb were beautiful! I did not like the heat and humidly of the other 8 months.

28º with flurries today, builds character! I'm glad I'm not in Buffalo though, 5 or 6 feet of snow is a bit much.
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You can have my part of that character building brother . I'll just hang out here . Not too hot,not too cold , kinda sorta mostley just right ,sometimes .
 

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I live south of Buffalo - 65-70 inches. Sigh..no hurricanes/floods or fires or even temps above 90. But every 6-7 years we get hit with unbelievable amounts of snow. The last several years hardly any snow - Boston has more than us some years. Here's the latest pic. Ugh if wasn't for the snow..I was born and raised an hour north and they get maybe a dusting..
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I lived in Florida in 81-82 before it was overcrowded and Nov through Feb were beautiful! I did not like the heat and humidly of the other 8 months.

28º with flurries today, builds character! I'm glad I'm not in Buffalo though, 5 or 6 feet of snow is a bit much.
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Yeah, 5-6 feet is way too much character! :ROFLMAO:
 

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Maryland winter snow falls can be "hit or miss". Western MD is more likely to receive measurable snow, while the eastern portion along the Chesapeake Bay may receive very little. It, literally, depends on the trajectory. Major storms moving north along the coast can hammer my hood with as much 4 feet with is what happened in Jan0-Feb 2010, then again in 2016. Since, then, almost nothing.
 

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Many Detroit days of climbing out the window to shovel enough snow to open the storm door to dislodge the car to find a snow drift on the drivers seat cause my window was down 1/4" has me firmly entrenched in Texas.
50* and sunshine today, I think we will go for a drive to the park and throw the ball around!
 

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..even better, on the 4TH of July. My wife started packing a bag, and I said "where are you going?" To a hotel she said. i said we are not going to a hotel, she said suit yourself I am going to a hotel youre welcome to come along.
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Years ago, I was in a carpool to work. This particular morning in late March started out bright and sunny to the point I left the window down on my '69 beetle. When we returned to our DDs in the Park 'n Ride lot, I had about 5-6 inches of snow in the drivers seat. This is how Maryland weather can be in March - April.
 

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Here in Minnesota, today's weather 9:30am is currently 19 degrees and sunny. Add (subtract?!) the wind chill and it feels like 10 degrees. Good news is the high for today is 32 degrees. If we hit that it might be warm enough to snow more.
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I live south of Buffalo - 65-70 inches. Sigh..no hurricanes/floods or fires or even temps above 90. But every 6-7 years we get hit with unbelievable amounts of snow. The last several years hardly any snow - Boston has more than us some years. Here's the latest pic. Ugh if wasn't for the snow..I was born and raised an hour north and they get maybe a dusting.. View attachment 869061
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I live south of Buffalo - 65-70 inches. Sigh..no hurricanes/floods or fires or even temps above 90. But every 6-7 years we get hit with unbelievable amounts of snow. The last several years hardly any snow - Boston has more than us some years. Here's the latest pic. Ugh if wasn't for the snow..I was born and raised an hour north and they get maybe a dusting.. View attachment 869061
Make sure you keep plenty of Snow Snake preventative and treatment on hand. Best to keep yourself fully vaccinated
 

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Make sure you keep plenty of Snow Snake preventative and treatment on hand. Best to keep yourself fully vaccinated
I’m not sure what that is (Snow Snake)? And not sure why being fully vaccinated is related to snow?
 
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