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Kathleen Garness <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 2 Feb 2011 12:44:55 -0600
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Here in Chicagoland we have about 20-22 inches of snow on the ground;  
the sky is clear right now and people are pulling out their  
snowblowers. I, for one, am grateful for a cocoa and pajamas day -  
after my son and I dug out the driveway, that is! : )

Kathy G

On Feb 2, 2011, at 12:30 PM, Barry K MacKay wrote:

> My newspaper showed a satellite image of the is a  
> monster...unbelievable.
> Here in southern Ontario...well, at least just north of  
> Toronto...the big blizzard is a bit of a dud, thank goodness.  The  
> snow that feel through the night was made up of crystallized flakes  
> that dont accumulate too much.  The big fluffy kind are falling  
> now, but not too bad...well get around 15 cm top, I think, and Im  
> not snowbound, as I assumed from dire warnings, I would be.
> Barry

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