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Old 04-23-2015, 03:22 PM   #15
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Well, don't have snow here, thank goodness, but sick and tired of cold days. Grass needs mowed not big on mowing in 50 degree weather. If it doesn't warm up soon gonna just buy some goats.
And they make a fine BBQ when there done mowing
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I see that all of us with the snow in our yards were pretty much along the Great Lakes. This winter has been probably the worst and longest one I can ever remember and I grew up in a small town that was right in the middle of what is called the traditional snow belt. Even this morning we have temps right around the freezing mark and it's getting close to the first of May.

We have been told that Lake Erie still has some ice on it, but we drove back from Indiana on Tuesday and could see no ice on the Lake from I-90. If there is still ice on the Lake it will delay our summer and after this winter we need a summer break.
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Old 04-24-2015, 07:34 AM   #17
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Western Mass yesterday has snow. In the upper elevations it stuck 2 - 3 inches. Driving was like blizzard conditions.
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Old 04-24-2015, 08:44 AM   #18
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Western Mass yesterday has snow. In the upper elevations it stuck 2 - 3 inches. Driving was like blizzard conditions.
Yep, whatever we get seems to just head east on I-90 and then deposit itself on you folks in Western Mass. I think you folks have had a very tough winter also.
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We have been told that Lake Erie still has some ice on it, but we drove back from Indiana on Tuesday and could see no ice on the Lake from I-90. If there is still ice on the Lake it will delay our summer and after this winter we need a summer break.
My friends in Buffalo tell me that all the ice is off the lake. Just a few small pieces left floating toward the river. I've been waiting for that because I fish up there a lot. Been a looooooooong wait!
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Big Noreaster (maybe) for you folks in New England about May2 or so

Credit: weatherbell.com and Joe Bastardi
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Nasty white stuff you've got there JOHNRR. Hummingbirds were spotted in southeast Ohio, get your feeders out.
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