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Old 02-28-2014, 08:44 PM   #1
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Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Minus 16 this morning at our house in S.W. Michigan. We have so much snow now (90+ inch's) were running out of places to put it. Took this picture yesterday of a street sign with snow to the bottom edge. Winds were 30 mph that day with white outs and drifting. No end in sight. 10 day forecast more snow with single digit temp's, during the day!

Soooooo ready for spring.
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Old 02-28-2014, 08:48 PM   #2
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Minus 16 this morning at our house in S.W. Michigan. We have so much snow now (90+ inch's) were running out of places to put it. Took this picture yesterday of a street sign with snow to the bottom edge. Winds were 30 mph that day with white outs and drifting. No end in sight. 10 day forecast more snow with single digit temp's, during the day!

Soooooo ready for spring.
What Picture?

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Sorry

For some reason it loaded upside down.
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Old 02-28-2014, 08:51 PM   #4
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You would think insurance companies or our government would pay to truck all that white stuff to drought stricken areas. It would be cheaper than the claims caused by floods.
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For some reason it loaded upside down.
Thank god, I was hoping you were OK. I thought maybe the motorhome flipped over.

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Thank god, I was hoping you were OK. I thought maybe the motorhome flipped over.

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Good one, just what i needed a good laugh. We are in the same boat (or MH) as you, high Thursday was -1
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March 1st and -52 C with the wind this morning. A summer full of RVing can't come fast enough!
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Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr is right. That's why we're staying in Florida till the 1st of May. WOW, what a winter back home. We're from the S.E. side of the state. Good luck and stay warm.
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My parents left for South Texas the 2nd week in Nov....Since then, here in Northern Ohio, there is no mistake about what winter was meant to be Brrrrr>>>
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It is too cold every where in the Midwest this year, and I don't see any relief for any time soon. I wanna go camping.
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14 forecasted for the north Dallas suburbs Sunday night!
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It's coming... I promise... next we'll be hearing about how horribly hot it is....
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Yea, I'll have to bring in my tomato plants tomorrow to let this cold spell pass through, then back to shorts and sunshine...

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