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  1. ...pun intended?
  2. Between 2" and 3" in Swarthmore right now, more powdery than I was expecting. You can make a passable snowball out of it, but you have to use a lot of pressure.
  3. A reminder, please: If you're going to say what's happening in your location, say where your location is! (Or edit your profile so it shows up automatically beneath your username)
  4. SREFs have come down significantly:
  5. jimmosk

    1/22-1/24/2016 Storm OBS

    So is someone going to start a "commiseration corner" thread for those of us who incredibly feel disappointed to only get 13 inches of snow?
  6. jimmosk

    January 22-23 winter storm banter

    This "Frequently Asked Questions, Answered" is comedy gold for anyone dealing with the Blizzard of '16: http://www.dennismersereau.com/2016/01/blizzard-2016-frequently-asked.html?m=1
  7. From Mt. Holly's discussion, just issued at 4:07: THE SNOW GRADIENT MAY BE TIGHTER ON THE WEST SIDE THAN SUGGESTED BY THE STORM TOTAL MAP...BUT THE MAPS ALSO REFLECTS UNCERTAINTY ABOUT WHERE THE TIGHTEST GRADIENT MAY BE. (Hi, Haverford student, from a Swat grad)
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