USA Snow Poll

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Kalisiin, Feb 10, 2010.

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  1. 1-3 Inches - Lucky Bastard!!

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  2. 4-8 Inches

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  3. 8-12 Inches

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  4. 12-18 inches

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  5. Over 18 Inches, please specify

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  1. Kalisiin
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    Kalisiin GBAtemp Fan

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    How bad??
     
  2. prowler

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    [​IMG] I wish England's snow was that deep.
     
  3. House Spider

    House Spider In the GBAtemp attic.

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    We had snow and it was REALLY heavy and it didn't stick. [​IMG]
     
  4. jgu1994

    jgu1994 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Got like 22 inches last friday and saturday and I'm getting another 15 inches today probably. I'm on the east coast and they canceled school for the entire week.
     
  5. Forstride

    Forstride The rudder moves when I turn the wheel

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    I think we had around 26 inches or so. 20 over the weekend (Fri, Sat, Sun), and about 6 during this week. This is my 3rd day off of school due to the snow, but we're most likely going back tomorrow, since it's slowed down a lot (Still snowing, but not as bad).
     
  6. Rayder

    Rayder Mostly lurking lately....

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    Here in Cleveland, it looks like about 6-8 inches of snow out there. But in just the last couple days, we went from almost no snow at all to that 6-8 inches. It's still snowing. According to what I read, it should stop snowing sometime early tomorrow, but not before we get at least another 2-3 inches.

    ...and my windshield wiper motor in my car died last week, so I'm stuck in the house. Game on!
     
  7. Jakob95

    Jakob95 I am the Avatar

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    Here in New York City, it looks like about 8-12 inches of snow out there. It's still snowing. According to what I read, it should stop snowing sometime early tomorrow. And I have no school today because of that. YAY FOR NEW YORK. And the snow is sticky.
     
  8. chrisman01

    chrisman01 GBAtemp Fan

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    I'm from central Maine, but right now I'm in Portland for college, so I don't know how much we've gotten in my hometown.

    Portland gets next to no snow, we only have a few snowbanks [​IMG]

    My hometown gets over 4-5 feet of snow every winter, but I don't know how much it has right now... CRAP, now I'm homesick [​IMG]
     
  9. Sephi

    Sephi fool

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    Snow, what snow?

    [​IMG]
     
  10. blitzer320

    blitzer320 GBAtemp Fan

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    another nyc here it looks like almost a foot don't look too bad though not as bad as D.C.
     
  11. NeSchn

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    They were calling for 3-6 inches in Upstate NY but it looks like again we got screwed out of all the snow. I really envy the people who have gotten the 30 inches of snow, this winter up here has been absolute shit. Its just been really cold, we haven't gotten like any snow
     
  12. Jakob95

    Jakob95 I am the Avatar

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    Because upstate New York sucks. I recommend you to move to New York City.

    Made 70 dollars shovelling. Wasting all the money next week when I am going to go to the mall and buy clothes.
     
  13. chrisman01

    chrisman01 GBAtemp Fan

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    HA, no such thing where I'm from! Everyone plows/shovels their own property [​IMG]

    'Course, where I'm from every other person owns horses and/or cows with rather big pastures and fields.... Meaning we're wicked rural and don't need help from no flatlanders [​IMG]
     
  14. Uncle FEFL

    Uncle FEFL OBJECTION!

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    I'm not aware of how much N. California gets, but Sol-Cal hasn't gotten any yet. Like always. I wish we had snow. [​IMG]
     
  15. Guild McCommunist

    Guild McCommunist (not on boat)

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    I'm over in New Jersey and it's probably over a foot by now. Not sure how much exactly, though.
     
  16. asdf

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    None here in California. There was almost snow this morning, it was 38 degrees.
     
  17. NeSchn

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    Lucky bastard! I wish it would snow here :\ this is like the shitty winter on record right now. So far we have gotten screwed out of 3 major snow storms, our lucky is running out soon hopefully.
     
  18. Defiance

    Defiance oh my god.. it's full of trading cards...

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    Where I live, we were supposed to get around 6-10 inches, but it dropped to only about 3-4 inches.. It doesn't really matter though, where I live, the entire county's school could be off, but the school I go to will still be open. (There has been not one snow day this year at the school I go to as of today. >.
     
  19. Kalisiin
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    Again...I don't understand you.

    "Screwed out of"?? WTF?? I'd GLADLY give you every fuckin' millimeter of that white crap, we don't want it here!
     
  20. Jothri

    Jothri Advanced Member

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    Somewhere between 28 and 35. Snowday today!
     
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