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I saw flurries
We mountain folk giggle at your winter storms
I have Garrett County co-workers that giggle at our winter storms
Folks in Garrett County giggle at a lot of stuff.
Very true... It's the thinner air up there I think. That and all the amish/menonites I reckon.
I often travel the "southern route" when I head to Western PA (RTE 68). Beautiful country .....
Especially in the fall. I love living here, even if Maryland does piss me off... but that's neither here nor there...Yup Ali, sometimes the horeses get too much fiber, then they run a little rich
Actually it's right there. Exactly there! Also here.
and you didn't even mention my "horeses"
Down this way we just shorten that to "hoes".
I'm laid off and I hope it snows all winter. Three of us were let go at the same time and we all said, "Can't wait 'til that first snow and I don't have to come into work." We were all "essential" (LOL) and had to work no matter what.
Wait. You were essential yet laid off? WTF
BREAKING: Period of snow becoming LIKELY around DC area Christmas Eve afternoon into the evening. Snow will have trouble sticking inside the beltway, but may whiten the ground. N & W of beltway, up to a slushy inch could fall, mainly on grassy areas. If you live N & W of Frederick and Leesburg and have some elevation, your dream for a White Christmas could come true. 1-2 inches of snow possible in those areas.The latest model data are in, and snowier than before. Our evening blog update has details: http://wapo.st/VeJL0gShown here (from StormVistaWxModels.com): NAM model simulates wet snow falling at 4 p.m. Christmas Eve over the D.C. area. The freezing line runs from near Leesburg to Frederick.
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