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#91
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I'll take winter and spring but its the inbetween thats so messy and it stinks.
James

P.S. Congrats frantique on becoming a moderator.

Edited by james_8970, 24 February 2007 - 02:35 PM.

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Thanks James.
We had another wild storm again last night. Not much wind this time just lots of lightning. I was driving home from a town up north where my son had played football and had a girlfriend of his in the car with me. First we encountered really heavy rain - could hardly see ahead - and then the lightning started. It was ahead of us at first then suddenly was all around us. I was so scared that I just keep talking non-stop. By the time we got into town and I dropped her at her home it had abated somewhat and when I stopped the car we just looked at each other and burst out laughing. I think it was some kind of nervous release.
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We had a nasty ice storm move in very quickly today. I got knocked offline while talking to ScHwErV around 3:45 pm or so, because the power went out. Electricity wasn't restored until about 10:30pm. It got [bleep] cold there for awhile, lemme tell ya. :furious: We ended up leaving and going to my mom's a mile away. My uncle called....he works for the state plowing. He told us that in a four hour period.....in a 20 mile stretch of interstate.....there were more than 150 cars in the ditch. :whistling: HOpefully, no one was hurt badly.
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Kat, were getting that same storm on monday :whistling:

Edited by ultimateslacker2, 25 February 2007 - 12:26 AM.

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wow america still sounds bad but weather is fine over here just normal cloudy and mild tempretures.
just normal
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Our forecast for today was 1-2 inches of snow, followed by sleet, rain, and freezing rain. 6 inches of snow later....We're still supposed to get ice overnight, although there's no precipitation falling right now.
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the ice stopped here sometime before I got up this morning, but yet the power was out nearly 13 hours today. :help: NOT a fun day, trust me. *sigh* my mom a mile away had power!!! :blink: She's on a "north-south circuit" and I'm on an "east-west circuit" according to the power co. :whistling:

It's snowing now, supposed to get a couple inches with high winds again.

Girls...are we ready YET to head for the beaches?!?!
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Right now. Its drizzling, probably picking up your storm Kat. ITs not extreme, but I wish it was :whistling:
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About 1.5 inches of snow and ice here so far.
What's going on here Phil?
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