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26 minutes ago, Rainshadow said:

2020 starts yawny in Mount Laurel 37F and cloudy.

Ditto.  

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Nice snow shower moving through. Happy new year! 

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I typically dislike snow quite a bit. However, my mom passed away this morning and the constant bursts of flurries were welcome. My kids said they were grandma kisses. I'm in Bensalem now with beautiful sunshine, a welcome sight after all of the gray skies. 

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3 minutes ago, Gaia said:

I typically dislike snow quite a bit. However, my mom passed away this morning and the constant bursts of flurries were welcome. My kids said they were grandma kisses. I'm in Bensalem now with beautiful sunshine, a welcome sight after all of the gray skies. 

Really sorry to hear about your mom. I’m glad the “grandma kisses” are providing a little comfort.

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3 minutes ago, Gaia said:

I typically dislike snow quite a bit. However, my mom passed away this morning and the constant bursts of flurries were welcome. My kids said they were grandma kisses. I'm in Bensalem now with beautiful sunshine, a welcome sight after all of the gray skies. 

I'm so sorry to hear this. It's difficult to lose a parent and life is not the same afterwards.

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1 hour ago, Gaia said:

I typically dislike snow quite a bit. However, my mom passed away this morning and the constant bursts of flurries were welcome. My kids said they were grandma kisses. I'm in Bensalem now with beautiful sunshine, a welcome sight after all of the gray skies. 

My condolences to you and your family. 

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1 hour ago, Gaia said:

I typically dislike snow quite a bit. However, my mom passed away this morning and the constant bursts of flurries were welcome. My kids said they were grandma kisses. I'm in Bensalem now with beautiful sunshine, a welcome sight after all of the gray skies. 

I am sorry to hear about your mom.  :(

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2 hours ago, Gaia said:

I typically dislike snow quite a bit. However, my mom passed away this morning and the constant bursts of flurries were welcome. My kids said they were grandma kisses. I'm in Bensalem now with beautiful sunshine, a welcome sight after all of the gray skies. 

Sorry to hear this. :( 

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2 hours ago, Gaia said:

I typically dislike snow quite a bit. However, my mom passed away this morning and the constant bursts of flurries were welcome. My kids said they were grandma kisses. I'm in Bensalem now with beautiful sunshine, a welcome sight after all of the gray skies. 

So sorry :(

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On 1/1/2020 at 2:16 PM, Gaia said:

I typically dislike snow quite a bit. However, my mom passed away this morning and the constant bursts of flurries were welcome. My kids said they were grandma kisses. I'm in Bensalem now with beautiful sunshine, a welcome sight after all of the gray skies. 

So sorry for your loss. Its never easy to lose a loved one.

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2 minutes ago, Qtown Snow said:

ugh

 

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Post snow maps. I'm sick of rain maps.

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On 1/1/2020 at 2:16 PM, Gaia said:

I typically dislike snow quite a bit. However, my mom passed away this morning and the constant bursts of flurries were welcome. My kids said they were grandma kisses. I'm in Bensalem now with beautiful sunshine, a welcome sight after all of the gray skies. 

Sorry to hear about your loss :(

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0.08" of rain overnight - our 1st measurable precipitation of the year in Western Chesco

Overnight low was just 42.0 - almost 4 degrees above our normal high temp - would say my forecast for January may go the same way as December....

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12 hours ago, Qtown Snow said:

ugh

 

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We aren’t alone. One of the most deflating visits to upstate NY I can remember in terms of snow between Christmas and New Years. This was about 25 miles southeast of Syracuse. Pictures are from “raging” Chittenango Falls, Pratt’s Falls and Cazenovia Lake. Luckily saw some snow toward the end of my visit. But outside of the squall, minor stuff. 

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Dense fog (under 100’ visibility) my whole drive from Gilbertsville to Royersford this morning. Probably warrants an advisory. Disgusting out. 

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3 minutes ago, Parsley said:

Dense fog (under 100’ visibility) my whole drive from Gilbertsville to Royersford this morning. Probably warrants an advisory. Disgusting out. 

Same here. 

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Not only is this pattern about as lousy as one can envision, similar to last winter where we averaged one sunny day a week at best, we are in cycle where the day after day dreary crap straddles the weekend.    Looks like we're gearing up for next weekend already:

Friday
A chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 51. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
Friday Night
A chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 44. Chance of precipitation is 50%.
Saturday
Rain likely. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 56.

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34.8 F for the low and 26 mph wind gusts. 

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Partial sundog this morning, neat to see it reflect off the water too

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