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Old 02-08-2013, 09:10 PM   #1
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Nor'easter roaring outside

and we New Englanders are going to be buried in snow by tomorrow morning. I am worried about power outages. Hoping for the best. Most of my fish might be able to take a day of low temps but longer than that will be bad. No fireplaces, woodstoves or generators allowed so whatever happens, happens.

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I'm in the same boat as you. My lights are constantly flickering....
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Old 02-08-2013, 11:14 PM   #3
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Ha ha power went out for 2 mins then came back
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Old 02-08-2013, 11:38 PM   #4
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Why no generators, fireplaces, etc.?

We here in Maryland may get some snow overnight.
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We're getting pounded right here! Hasn't stopped since 9am!
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Just stopped here in Ontario if say around a foot and a half to two feet of snow. Haven't seen a blizzard like this for a few years here. Good luck everyone.
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what part of New York is that Dino?

there saying some places already seeing almost 2 1/2 feet

my dads in Long Island he said they have around foot 1/2 already
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what part of New York is that Dino?

there saying some places already seeing almost 2 1/2 feet

my dads in Long Island he said they have around foot 1/2 already
I'm in westchester NY, just below CT and 25 minutes from New York City

And it's coming down harder now then before.
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Still snowing here in harrison maine, my father wrote me from hull mass saying they put a ban on driving, year in jail or 500 dollar ticket. Im hoping the high winds we have atm will blow most of the snow off roof, i hate climbing on it. But on a lighter side, my dog is digging this. Shes impossible to get back in when its like this. The fence is on the inside corner of the house so doesnt see much snow as the other side.
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