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    Strange Mississippi got a 3.7 earthquake weak but

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    2-4 inches of snow forecast for the DC area this weekend. As you go further south it will be icey.
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    A couple of feet of snow this week then -17 this AM. Yup, it's official Winter has arrived!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    2-4 inches of snow forecast for the DC area this weekend. As you go further south it will be icey.
    I heard that you folks were getting snow this weekend. I think we already had ours for the week. But we'll likely struggle to get above zero all weekend. Which is much better than the cold with no snow as the snow helps insulate and saves a little on heating cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donttread View Post
    I heard that you folks were getting snow this weekend. I think we already had ours for the week. But we'll likely struggle to get above zero all weekend. Which is much better than the cold with no snow as the snow helps insulate and saves a little on heating cost.
    Our problem is that the temps are hovering above and below freezing. So it is hard to forecast snow. I much prefer snow over ice.
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    We have several inches of snow this morning and snow is suppose to continue until noon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    We have several inches of snow this morning and snow is suppose to continue until noon.
    Well the snow continued into the night. We probably got around 8 inches. Over night it froze over, so the streets (other than major arteries) are iced over. Hopefully the sun melts the ice on my windshield before I have to use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    Our problem is that the temps are hovering above and below freezing. So it is hard to forecast snow. I much prefer snow over ice.

    There is no effective way to deal with ice, except to stay home. It also tends to attack our vulnerable grid, but heavy, wet snows can do the same. What did you wind up getting hit with.? We ranged from -20 to I think I say +2 once this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    Well the snow continued into the night. We probably got around 8 inches. Over night it froze over, so the streets (other than major arteries) are iced over. Hopefully the sun melts the ice on my windshield before I have to use it.

    C'mon take your scrapper and some elbow grease. LOL . Sounds like a lot of snow for a city to deal with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donttread View Post
    There is no effective way to deal with ice, except to stay home. It also tends to attack our vulnerable grid, but heavy, wet snows can do the same. What did you wind up getting hit with.? We ranged from -20 to I think I say +2 once this weekend.
    Yesterday was 23 F to 31 F. Today it will get into the mid 30s F.
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