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NWS ups its forecast for the D.C. area, 80 MPH wind gusts now possible, up to 10" of rain.Heavy snows in West Va, including snowshoe and canaan valley.
You kids and your video games. Back in my day we had to shoot pool and drink the old man's beer.
No pool table so we had to settle for ping pong. And drinking the beer was easier to spot so we dipped into the light rum that could be replaced with water.
Heavy snows in West Va, including snowshoe and canaan valley.
That sucks for WV, in the really rural counties a foot of snow can mean school's out for a week with no way to clear the gravel and dirt backroads.
Would I be an A-hole if I went to a restaurant right now, keeping people around to serve, or would I be a decent guy, giving them a chance to make a little money if they have to be there?
As long as one can dig a path to still and the rattlesnakes don't die, they'll be OK
That's Mr. A-Hole for you
Hurricane Sandy is about to get worse. Think of the derecho storm with high winds in June that lasted 24 minutes. The winds we’re about to experience beginning this afternoon are like the derecho, but they will last for 24 hours. To paraphrase: Instead of 24 minutes of dangerous winds, it will be 24 hours of dangerous conditions. We need you to stay off the roads and indoors as travel will become extremely dangerous with winds and heavy rain beginning this afternoon. Several inches of rain and potential flooding could start happening. We’re beginning to get reports of flooded roads. Have your battery-powered radio available and make sure your phone is fully charged if you lose power. We will share any shelter openings and other updates via our information channels such as the blog (www.fairfaxcounty.gov/emergency/blog) or through the news media.
Onset of stronger winds should generally progress from east to west, with the strongest overall winds focusing on areas closest to the water like Annapolis. However, within any strong bands, extreme gusts are possible, and some of the models show locations like Leesburg and Dulles having the strongest winds in the whole area by late evening.
Well, it isn't really here yet.
technically it is.
Wow, water going over the seawall in RI already with huge snow flakes and wind.
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