For the blizzard of the century, Nemo’s looking pretty whimpy . Maybe there’s more good stuff to come but judging from this radar of 11:10, there doesn’t seem to be more where the current bit of fluff came from.
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Whiffle bat now, hard ball bat later. Light snow in Rockland County until 4:14 PM, stops for 45 minutes, then turns into the combined storm that is a blizzard. I’m staying in. The last storm I called “wimpy” was a heavy rain storm in Canaan, NY…..turned into a tornado that turned trees into matchsticks and lifted the roof and back wall off a house and dropped them about a mile and a half away. The residents were enjoying Tanglewood when their home took the trip. I know the media hype this stuff. Snow in winter? Really? Waves on the ocean? Really? Soup’s on.
I’m hearing they are closing I-95 at 2PM. Is anyone else hearing this?
An accident between Exit 2 (Byram) and 3 has already done that for them, eastbound, anyway.
Let’s hope they messed up yet again!
I love snow personally, and really like blizzards, so my posting reflects my disappointment – can you say, “permanently stuck at age 12?”
Hoping for more exciting things …
Shoeless- I just read the same thing! http://www.cfnews13.com/content/news/cfnews13/news/article.html/content/news/articles/cfn/2013/2/8/i_95_crash_titusvill.html
My strategy is to assume the exact opposite of whatever Bill Evans predicts. It is a winning strategy.
it’s the end of the world as we know it…….caused by global warming, of course
this “storm” is nothing. i bought 4 giant bags of de-icer and 20 gal of gas in cans. what a waste.
…just like your Sandy prediction.
Anon @12:55, if you don’t trust the media, turn it off and don’t waste your money.
Chris, don’t quit your day job.
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