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  1. Another view of the Mullica Hill twister. Foreground is William Heritage winery vineyard.
  2. Sorry for poor quality, I was told this is Mullica Hill.
  3. That was another “I” storm - Isaias. Your pics remind me of Irene in Aug. 2011 as well, the Perkiomen Creek was higher than I’ve ever seen it. We seem to really get the business with these I storms.
  4. The sleet just by PTW this evening (pic taken at 6:20 pm) was conical shaped. I don’t recall ever seeing that before.
  5. The low tire pressure checks out 😂 sorry, usually I’m a strict lurker but I appreciate your phone screenshots and couldn’t resist lol
  6. Probably not around here sadly. But snow at that time of year would be what my grandmom would call onion snow - snow falling after the onions were beginning to grow in spring. Usually very pasty too.
  7. Postcard snow in Limerick. Excellent for packing.
  8. They do, I’ve seen them. In fact, I’ve seen many more mantises in my backyard this year than I have ever seen. During the early part of the summer, my mother-in-law’s car was apparently a nursery, and many of them have hung around since.
  9. I’m in the cell that’s over Limerick right now. Little wind to speak of, but constant thunder - very cool.
  10. I’ve had the good fortune of experiencing some truly awesome winter events living in the NW burbs, starting with Feb. 1978, the first storm I can recall. I was almost five years old, and remember that my older brothers built a network of tunnels through the drifts and piles from clearing our driveway. I was at Penn State during the winter of 93-94, including the cold that forced closure of the university for the first time, due to potential rolling blackouts. There were many epic snowball fights in lot 80 that winter, along with some very inappropriate snowmen. Good times.
  11. Heavy wind-driven snow and maybe 1/4 mile visibility at best in Ardmore.
  12. Roads. Are. Horrible. Spin outs on Montgomery Avenue from Ardmore to Gulph Mills, accidents on 76, and 422 is its usual nightmarish self. Heading to Limerick.
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