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RhinestoneStrat

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My Gibson SG has lately been feeling a little snow blind. šŸ„¶

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Guran

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We got 6" two weeks ago, but, unfortunately, as the ground is still pretty warm is mostly gone now. In the hills, 500' higher, there is about a foot and a half of snow, but even there if fell on warm ground. The ski tracks are starting to freeze now, but it would have been much better if we had had a few weeks below freezing before the snow came.

The forecast says that temperature will drop to well below freezing by sunday, and stay below for the foreseeable future. Unfortunately there is very little snow in the forecast, like Ā½". Bummer!
 

imwjl

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Not enough of it.

For the superstitious or believe in spirits, shake your snow globes. My advice to the snow complainers is shut up and go away.
 

Jared Purdy

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7.5 inches in Spokane today, besting the daily record for November 30 (6.1 in 1975). How are you faring?
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Way over here on the other side of the continent, here in beautiful, downtown Toronto, AKA The 6, The Big Smoke, T Dot, we've basically got nothing. A mild dusting on the roof tops this morning that is now gone. Not sure how long this is going to last though? Windy as the blazes though, gusting to 50km/h. Sucks for cycling, in spite of the roads being bone dry. Doesn't look like snow for the next week, though rain tomorrow. Typical weather for these parts this time of the year. The lake effect that Toronto gets, being on the north side of Lake Ontario, is completely different than the lake effect that Buffalo, NY gets hammered with, as they did last week. We basically got an inch, where as they had over four feet!
 
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It's a strange old world in some ways ... we're c. 52.5 degrees North, ie above Seattle, even a tad above Calgary .... not even a frost yet!
Well known, of course, how the North Atlantic Drift helps keeping us warm but ... can't help wondering if there's something else šŸ¤”
 

8bit

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I'm in Tennessee, so we might only get one or two snows that stick per year. It seemed we got a lot more snow when I was a kid. Or perhaps I just romanticize it in my head. I'd love to live somewhere that got more of a winter. My dad, who grew up in South Dakota, always called me crazy for saying that.
 
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