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Old 01-18-2005, 07:12 PM
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January is finally here in VT. It was in the upper 50's last Thursday but today it did not go over 0 deg F.

Mad River Glen had a "Free Your Buns Off Coupon" at their site for today. With the coupon you could ski at MRG for $15.

Just a thought....

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Old 01-18-2005, 08:44 PM
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Its COLD here in VA. Last night it went down to 15 degrees........burrrrr !!! Last week it got up to 75 degrees one day...........then BANG .........Alberta clipper central.
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Old 01-18-2005, 09:00 PM
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19 degree high here in New York City, with icy winds all day. It may get into the single digits tonight.

With 60 degree weather last week, I was wondering where Winter went.

Squarebirds are all tucked in for the long winter.

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It is horrible!
This AM in Northern New Jersey it was 12 degrees at 7AM. Windy, too.
The streets are covered with freshly dumped SALT and at every corner there is a pile of it, 2" thick, from where the truck stopped for the red light, and then jerked to go on green and a pile of the stuff dumped out, onto the street. All cars are powder coated in thick white dust of Sodium Chloride. Some towns dumped a combination of that PLUS mixed into it....SAND.
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I hate the thought of what that salt does to my car. My T-birds do not go outdoors until after the first good rain of Spring.

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It's 7am. 41 and Clear here in Lakeland, FL. Fortunetly, the freeze line has been staying at or near the FL/GA border.
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Newark (NJ)
Suburbs thereof.



It is 8AM, Wednesday the 19th January & it's SEVEN degrees (+7)
all streets are frozen over with white powdered SALT, and when a car goes down the street it looks like an explosion inside of a flour factory! It is truly horrid, and the 4-cast is for snow flurries this afternoon & 2-nite and an accumulation of 1 to 2 inches of white s_ _ t on the ground, and MORE (yes....more) coming on Sunday! Sundays is reported to be "substantial" ! It makes me sick to take my car out in this, yet, i'm gonna have to, beginning Friday.
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I think they are dreaming of a white inauguaration in Washington.

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Old 01-19-2005, 06:57 PM
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from yesterday:
"Mad River Glen had a "Free Your Buns Off Coupon" at their site for today. With the coupon you could ski at MRG for $15."

Sorry for the typo - they were actually "Freeze Your Buns Off" coupons

they did not have them available today - must be warming up!


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