Blizzard (2010)

 

Its another Winter and again we are ready to get hammered by a Blizzard. Here in New York we are expected to get around 12 - 16 inches +.
Hows the weather in your area?

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here

It is unashamedly cold, even threatening snow midweek - but hoping the snow remains in the mountains and there is no "touchdown" snow.
My thoughts and prayers to those presently enduring the blizzard in the East Coast.

Spelling corrections

mdh31951 wrote:
miss poi wrote:

This should be a place where anyone should feel safe posting. No one should be corrected on their spelling or grammar in this forum.

We are a community of different people from all sorts of backgrounds. Some of us have better spelling then others. If it were not for fire fox you guys would be correcting my spelling.

I find this type of behavior a bit petty and don't want to see it in this community.

Miss POI

You are correct and I apologize for correction spelling as you said than goodness for firefox.But as I said in my post Tampa Bay is a body of water.

who cares if it is a body of water or not. What do you say about the Bay Area in San Francisco.

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snow

About 5 inches of snow in piedmont area of Virginia where I went for holidays. But in the mountains, only about an inch, but 60 mph winds and 22F as a high.

Weather

rthibodaux wrote:
mdh31951 wrote:
miss poi wrote:

This should be a place where anyone should feel safe posting. No one should be corrected on their spelling or grammar in this forum.

We are a community of different people from all sorts of backgrounds. Some of us have better spelling then others. If it were not for fire fox you guys would be correcting my spelling.

I find this type of behavior a bit petty and don't want to see it in this community.

Miss POI

You are correct and I apologize for correction spelling as you said than goodness for firefox.But as I said in my post Tampa Bay is a body of water.

who cares if it is a body of water or not. What do you say about the Bay Area in San Francisco.

The problem is if you read the post I complained about the guy said the weather in Tampa bay was,Tampa bay is a body of water,he didn't say the Tampa bay area and most people don't.

I hate to be Captain Obvious here

The horse is dead. Stop beating it.

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mdh31951 wrote:

The problem is if you read the post I complained about the guy said the weather in Tampa bay was,Tampa bay is a body of water,he didn't say the Tampa bay area and most people don't.

Well, some do.

Get over it.

It's not a big deal - certainly not as big a deal as you've made it.

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Tomato; Tomato

mdh31951 wrote:
rthibodaux wrote:
mdh31951 wrote:
miss poi wrote:

This should be a place where anyone should feel safe posting. No one should be corrected on their spelling or grammar in this forum.

We are a community of different people from all sorts of backgrounds. Some of us have better spelling then others. If it were not for fire fox you guys would be correcting my spelling.

I find this type of behavior a bit petty and don't want to see it in this community.

Miss POI

You are correct and I apologize for correction spelling as you said than goodness for firefox.But as I said in my post Tampa Bay is a body of water.

who cares if it is a body of water or not. What do you say about the Bay Area in San Francisco.

The problem is if you read the post I complained about the guy said the weather in Tampa bay was,Tampa bay is a body of water,he didn't say the Tampa bay area and most people don't.

In my American/ English voice:
You say Tomato and I say Tomato;
You say Potato and I say Potato;
Tomato, Tomato;
Potato, Potato;
(Come on all together)
Let's call the whole thing off!!!!!

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it was very windy in MD

it was very windy in MD today.

weather

location: socal
partly cloudy in the 60s

cold and snowy

But it's receding in Missouri. Got about 5" of snow early on the 24th in the central part of the state here.

Was great for the kids, for a "White Christmas" . . .

White Christmas in St. Louis

White Christmas in St. Louis - not much snow compared to what the East coast is getting. Maybe 4 inches - been a bit cold - 22 degrees now but, its supposed to be in the 40's later this week.

Grew up in Minnesota - so this is not bad but, it is amazing how cold 20 degrees feels now. I have worked outside in -40. Of course that was 30+ years ago!

same here / NJ

fv0974 wrote:

I was loving the snow fall / blizzard until I had too shovel out my drive way this morning

same here in NJ man ... I spent almost an hour digging my car out of snow bank in a so called parking lot ...

[would post a pic if I knew how to do it here]

then a "short" trip for groceries turned out to be nearly a 2hr trip ... helping 3 other stuck in snow (or on ice) drivers on the way ... lovely.

now sitting back home and continuing to be sick as formerly.

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Lighten Up!

mdh31951 wrote:
flaco wrote:

Here in Tampabay 2:45 pm grey skies, 49ºf and very windy

Where in the bay do you live.It is the bay area Tampa Bay is not a city but a body of water.If you are going to comment on something know what you are talking about,learn how to spell also gray is spelled gray not grey.

So... Green Bay is in Lake Michigan, but tell that to a Packers fan. And grey is spelled grey in Canada, but I will accept your misspelling!

It's the Christmas season grin

Not Bad Travelling Across the Across the Canadian Prairies

We are travelling 1100 kilometers back home after Christmas. It looks like we lucked out and missed everything! Heavy winds and blowing snow on the Trans Canada, but noting like they got out east.

The Christmas season means a lot of people are on the road. I am hopeful that everyone will drive safely and make it home to celebrate the New Year in warmth and comfort.

Everything the NE is Getting Starts Here in the NW

I feel for all those who have been affected by the blizzard conditions in this series of storms. It looks like they all start out as tons of RAIN here in the Pacific Northwest.
Guess what folks, IT'S STILL RAINING!!!!

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John Feraud Sr. Fairview, Oregon U.S.A.

better late than never

mdh31951 wrote:

And if you are going to talk about a place talk about a real place,yes I am picky about St.Petersburg I am a fifth generation Floridian and we have (Tax payers) have spent a lot of money on a stadium in St.Petersburg,to promote St.Petersburg not a place that doesn't exist.

And to promote St. Petersburg the (Tax payers) on the other side of the bay with “grey matter in the brain” named the team Tampa Bay Rays , I guess they forgot the idea of promoting St. Petesburg.

http://tampabay.rays.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=tb

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