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The "Storm"





Well we finally got a winter "storm". We got maybe 1" of snow overnight and some ice. It's enough to make the roads bad and makes for a day to stay inside and drink coffee all day and just keep warm. The one picture was taken very early in the morning showing the snow coming down. Being from Michigan I really didn't see this as a storm. I had driven to work,  50 miles, in 12" - 14" of snow on the Interstate Highway. We would get 2" - 3" of snow per hour, not just per day. I sure don't miss those days though, I'm glad to be back down here in NC. Now I don't know what it's like over in the western part of our state in the mountains but I'm sure they have a lot more snow and worse conditions than we do here. They probably have more winter storms similar to Michigan. For now, just sitting here with my coffee and keeping warm.
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