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Over 5" of snow in Houston and snowing in New Orleans

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Hey maybe will have a white christmas down in South Florida!!!!!  ;D ;D

Global Warming at its finest.

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Wow, 5" of snow? That must be crazy for you guys that far south. Your roads must be a mess, with no snow removal equipment.

Good luck,

Falcon

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Man it really does suck being you guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good luck with the snow and drive very carefully.

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I want some snow :'(

You're welcome to some of mine.  Pick up only, no deliveries.

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Naturally most of our freeways are closed this morning. Ice covers all from the downtown area and to the east. If anyone is coming into Houston from the east or northeast you may as well wait a while. Bridges are being sanded, but most are still snowcovered and closed. I would wait until around noon.

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5" dang.  We havent had that much in a long time.  I'm staying in MO.  To much snow in the south.

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Here in Richmond, Virginia, when it snows everyone goes to the grocery store and then drives into a ditch.  ;D

I sure would love to have a white Christmas.  ;)

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The Austin area got a dusting Tuesday night. Tuesday's high was 81 around 1pm. Then it was 41 by 5pm.

I hate penguin weather. >:(

Bright side is that bedders should start showing up on the power plant lakes. We'll see come Sunday! 8-)

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I heard about that, my uncle lives in Houston too, he called us up this morning to tell us!

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Here in Richmond, Virginia, when it snows everyone goes to the grocery store and then drives into a ditch. ;D

I used to manage a department store in Louisville, Kentucky when it snowed we would get two kinds of customers in the store:

Pregnant women with little kids, and old ladies returning things they had bought months earlier.  

On one snowy day I had an old lady return some unworn dress shirts she had found among her late husband's things.  He had been dead for fifteen years.

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Got lots of pictures. I'm just to stupid to know how to post a few.

Its super simple on BR.  In your post screen use the Attach 1 click browse.  Then select the picture you want to insert.

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Jack I could have told you this would happen as soon as we put our entry fee on the line   ;)

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We had a light dusting of snow here in Phoenix around Christmas time about 5 years ago. Very rare.     Happy fishing.

~B.A.S.S.~N.A.F.C.~BoatU.S.~N.R.A.~A.M.A.~

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Perfect time for Oprah and Al Gore to do a Global warming show live from the big easy.

BTW, not a single snow shovel in the city of New Orleans so they'll get by with crawdad boil stirring paddles.

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