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I am here in Rochester, southern Minnesota, and winter has shown its self today. I am not sure on official amounts, my eyeball says we have over 6 inches going on 8 of snow. Yuck.

edit added later//

I think predictions are 4-6 inches, but it sure seems like more

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Ohhh im in Rochester! Western NY =P

We have only had like 1 snowfall so far, but no accumulation

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Near 80 today in WV. Jealous?

a little :-)

I tell myself here in Minnesota we appreciate the few moderate days we get each year. If eveyday was good I would not even notice.

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Near 90 here today. Im jealous. I'd be happy with a little frost...

You should snap some pictures for us and post them :)

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Near 80 today in WV. Jealous?

Very much so.... :lol:

Winter came a couple days ago....just done finishing up shoveling the drive way. <_<

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the snow cover really varied in Minnesota. We got just under 12 inches where we live, just shy of a record.

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I JUST heard on the local weather report about all the snow you folks have been getting. Ughhhhh and hoping we don't get that much, but with the prevailing winds, I'm betting we get your leftovers. We're "predicted" to get 1-6 inches of the junk. Sure hope not, but this evening we've had rain, wind, snow, sleet, thunder, lightning and cold. Everything under the sun but sun!

You folks with your pleasant weather make me so jealous!

Liz

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it was 79 the past 2 days here. I thought I was in a comma for 5 months and woke up in spring. It was in the 50's the day before.

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yeah it was 77 here in Eastern West Virginia, beautiful day. The shame is that it won't last

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we got about an 1/8 of an inch here in Des Moines, IA. I'm looking out my window now and almost all of it is melted already. What is left will be gone today.

I'm not complaining, up in Algona which is 3 counties north of me, got 13 inches of it.

The thing that really cracks me up when it comes to winter, and I'm just as guilty, is people complaining about the snow if they in the northern half of the country. Why is it that we live here, and complain about the snow? If we don't like it why don't we all move south where it's warmer?

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I JUST heard on the local weather report about all the snow you folks have been getting. Ughhhhh and hoping we don't get that much, but with the prevailing winds, I'm betting we get your leftovers. We're "predicted" to get 1-6 inches of the junk. Sure hope not, but this evening we've had rain, wind, snow, sleet, thunder, lightning and cold. Everything under the sun but sun!

You folks with your pleasant weather make me so jealous!

Liz

We're getting your leftovers. It makes it quite difficult working outside.

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we got about an 1/8 of an inch here in Des Moines, IA. I'm looking out my window now and almost all of it is melted already. What is left will be gone today.

I'm not complaining, up in Algona which is 3 counties north of me, got 13 inches of it.

The thing that really cracks me up when it comes to winter, and I'm just as guilty, is people complaining about the snow if they in the northern half of the country. Why is it that we live here, and complain about the snow? If we don't like it why don't we all move south where it's warmer?

Hurricanes and earthquakes come to mind

Mark

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The thing that really cracks me up when it comes to winter, and I'm just as guilty, is people complaining about the snow if they in the northern half of the country. Why is it that we live here, and complain about the snow? If we don't like it why don't we all move south where it's warmer?

And if you move down here, you have to put up with the humidity and as stated by garmanma, hurricanes.

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we got about an 1/8 of an inch here in Des Moines, IA. I'm looking out my window now and almost all of it is melted already. What is left will be gone today.

I'm not complaining, up in Algona which is 3 counties north of me, got 13 inches of it.

The thing that really cracks me up when it comes to winter, and I'm just as guilty, is people complaining about the snow if they in the northern half of the country. Why is it that we live here, and complain about the snow? If we don't like it why don't we all move south where it's warmer?

Because we don't want you yanks down here.

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