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Topic: Yay! It's almost spring! How many inches do everyone expect with Stella?  (Read 631 times)

sfreeman8

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We haven't had over 4" of snow all through the winter. Now we're going to be dumped on tonight and tomorrow. There's 3 scenarios for my part of PA...12-16 inches, 12-18", and my least favorite 18-24"!!!!!

I will be stuck inside until it melts. Hopefully, the snow blower works! Hubby hasn't had to use it for 2 years!

It is going to be pretty, though for the first couple hours and I usually take a photo of the neighbor's house, which is an old log cabin that he restored. It looks like a Christmas card.  :)

Stay safe everyone.

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Looks like spring's already started in my part of the country.  It's sunny and in the 80s.     :)

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Hi,
We are in Maryland.  We are expecting 20 inches.  Stay safe  and warm!
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Nancy5

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Happy spring :(. We are expecting 10 to 18 inches!

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Hey, I hear NY has you beat - they're expecting 26 INCHES!!!  Anyway stay safe and enjoy the view - me I don't have to shovel the sunshine here in AZ!!!!

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We haven't had over 4" of snow all through the winter. Now we're going to be dumped on tonight and tomorrow. There's 3 scenarios for my part of PA...12-16 inches, 12-18", and my least favorite 18-24"!!!!!

I will be stuck inside until it melts. Hopefully, the snow blower works! Hubby hasn't had to use it for 2 years!

It is going to be pretty, though for the first couple hours and I usually take a photo of the neighbor's house, which is an old log cabin that he restored. It looks like a Christmas card.  :)

Stay safe everyone.

Not expecting any!  In Arizona and it's 90 degrees as we speak!  :D  But seriously, good luck with that.  Nasty weather was one of the many reasons I left New York years ago and I don't miss it.

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none inches here be safe over there

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expecting almost 2 feet in northern NJ. uugh! Be safe everyone!
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    I hope Winter Storm Stella is not as dangerous as 2012 Super Storm Sandy.

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I was so ready for Spring!!!!  >:( Now we're expecting 15-20 inches in NJ....  :snowman: Great.

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Sounds fun and though out there. I live around Atlanta, Georgia and for like the past 3 years we have not had a real amount of snow, just really cold here, like 30 degrees
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Sounds fun and though out there. I live around Atlanta, Georgia and for like the past 3 years we have not had a real amount of snow, just really cold here, like 30 degrees

As it turned out we got a few inches of snow and than  (yuck) rain, sleet and hail.
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We were expecting 6-12 inches, but this morning it's been downgraded to 3-6 inches, and no longer officially a blizzard. Thank goodness, but it is still going to snow, rain, and be very windy all day.

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We may get 8 inches; way too up north to get the full burst but still enough to make it a bad rush hour.

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I think we're supposed to get 6-10". It's coming down steady now. I'm just hoping the wind doesn't start blowing. I have 4 wheel drive, so the snowy roads don't bother me as much as the lack of visibility when the wind makes white-outs.

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