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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Snow in Mississippi???

    I guess I ran my mouth to much about all the nice weather we have been having here in Mississippi this winter.
    Mother nature dumped almost a foot of snow on the Memphis metro area today and as of 3:50 am Saturday morning it still hasn't stopped. It ought to be a fun ride home in the morning when I get off. Oh and the races have been cancelled for this weekend too, Damit.....lol
    Get ready northeast, your next.

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    We are buried too

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    Boys come on up to the great white north .....we got lots lol and more coming

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    snow?

    What is snow? :roll:

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    We got 8 feet of snow in 3 days in February 2007. Just fire up your snowblower, or get a neighbor with a plow to help you out. It's worse for us when the temperatures hit 95 in the summer. The most inclimate weather I ever encountered was in N. Dakota, It was -58 degrees and the wind was blowing 50 mph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabbc
    We got 8 feet of snow in 3 days in February 2007. Just fire up your snowblower, or get a neighbor with a plow to help you out. It's worse for us when the temperatures hit 95 in the summer. The most inclimate weather I ever encountered was in N. Dakota, It was -58 degrees and the wind was blowing 50 mph.
    lol brrrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabbc
    We got 8 feet of snow in 3 days in February 2007. Just fire up your snowblower, or get a neighbor with a plow to help you out. It's worse for us when the temperatures hit 95 in the summer. The most inclimate weather I ever encountered was in N. Dakota, It was -58 degrees and the wind was blowing 50 mph.
    Where do you live Alaska ?...LOL :shock:
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    Upstate NY, below the artic circle.

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    Snow???

    Quote Originally Posted by Tod74
    We are buried too
    Aww Tod, we didn't get that much. I had to work yesterday. Here in Brown County, I had to shovel out the driveway, think that was where the majority of the snow fell, LOL!! Course that was at 4:30 am. Once I got to Franklin, the roads were fairly clear.

    I'm mean but am actually hoping it snowed enough down south that I'll still get a chance to haggle for a car that's for sale on the forum. Hoping the guy that may have beaten me to it can't show in time. Just have to see if the guy gets ahold of me after the first of the week?
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