[Powderworks] NMOC:I'm a snowplow, I must now plow on
Kate Parker Adams
Mon, 17 Feb 2003 14:55:53 -0500
Regardless of the snow total, the biggest problem here is tonight is going
to be the sea. More accurately, the sea and the full moon. That's no
different in Newfoundland than in Boston.
We are trying to decide if we should go fetch my Mother In Law while we can
(despite most of a foot of snow in three hours), as her neighborhood will
get cut off during tonight's coastal flooding. Astronomical high tide + 3'
storm surge = trouble.
Can some of you Aussies send us some of that sunshine? You have too much
already ... or think warm thoughts for us. Its too cold here to even enjoy
the storm surf.
At 03:59 PM 2/17/03 -03-30, Mike Blackwood wrote:
>On Mon, 17 Feb 2003 Oils21@aol.com wrote:
> > About 2 feet here in NYC right now and still going! There is nowhere
> to put
> > it!
>Awww, quit yer whining!!!! ;-) I have snow piled over 6 feet high on my
>lawn, and that's after having a freak warm period melt things down a few
>feet 3 weeks ago! You know how Canadians laugh at Americans struggling
>through snow? Well, we Newfoundlanders laugh at the rest of Canada when
>THEY complain, seeing as we get so much snow... No problem to top 15 feet
>in a winter... (though it rarely piles up that high, of course)
>Plus, it's -30 degrees here today if you account for wind chill.
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