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Default March Snowdy Tradition Continues

Here in PEI, we have been shut down hopefully for the last time this year. Funny we seem to always get a last blast of winter around St. Paddy's day. 50 mile an hour winds with close to 10 inches of snow turning to ice pellets then rain tonight.

I bet many of you folks are enjoying much more spring like conditions and maybe even some crocuses or May flowers?

Well, the water tables here can use the extra precip. so standing by for now.
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Watching that on this AM's TV news. One more reason to love living in Southern Oregon. We have laws which prohibit that type of weather.
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Here in PEI, we have been shut down hopefully for the last time this year. Funny we seem to always get a last blast of winter around St. Paddy's day. 50 mile an hour winds with close to 10 inches of snow turning to ice pellets then rain tonight.

I bet many of you folks are enjoying much more spring like conditions and maybe even some crocuses or May flowers?

Well, the water tables here can use the extra precip. so standing by for now.
Sounds like NE PA ! The rest of the state starts baseball practice in April we get to see the field for the first time in May!
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Default Re: March Snowdy Tradition Continues

I hope you didn't speak too soon, Fred- That's exactly what's supposed to be coming your way (and mine) tonight. According to the weather dudes. Your's should be there by now.
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