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  • #46
    Originally posted by PolishAir42
    DISCLAIMER --- (Ensuing in a car fight with a die-hard fan of Detroit steel and site administrator may result in temporary suspension and/or ban)
    Though you have not been that active anymore around here . Nevertheless, I agree on Asian cars, or as they are commonly known here, "Reisschüsseln" (Rice bowls).

    -Colin

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    • #47
      Originally posted by G-DALE
      Not that bad? It'd be bad enough for schools to close for atleast one week here in the UK

      Dale
      Add France to the list

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      • #48
        Originally posted by DAL767-400ER
        I love snow as well , but we only get f'n sleet. Nice pictures. Just for size reference, how high is your mailbox ?

        -Colin
        Sleet here too, but it snowed 2 hours long here, abd we came up with 1 CM snow, and 1 snowball in my face
        Suche gut gebaute 18-30 Jährigen zum schlachten.
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        • #49
          WOW!! i never see so much snow!! and those pics are damn beautiful.
          Last edited by fjki98; 2005-01-24, 15:47.
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          • #50
            Damn Mo...That truly is a ton of snow!!!

            Checked in with my dad back in Western PA and it looks like they only got a foot of snow there, so it wasn't too bad there!

            Looks gorgeous though!

            -Pete
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            • #51
              Thanks for sharing. Number 4 wins my vote.
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              • #52
                They give you an idea how thick were the snow falls !
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                • #53
                  At some point, it seems the continuous snow falls were set to cover the house from which you made the pics !
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                  • #54
                    Car and minivan on picture # 2 speak for themselves.
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                    • #55
                      Too bad for car spotters, the snow is so thick you don't recognize the models ...On a more serious note, all my thoughs for all of you who keep going.
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                      • #56
                        here is a new pic of my deck, thats about 2 ft of snow.....

                        ^----raveing lunatic


                        please excuse my horendus mangeling of the english language, its only my first :P

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by [email protected]
                          Damn Mo...That truly is a ton of snow!!!

                          Checked in with my dad back in Western PA and it looks like they only got a foot of snow there, so it wasn't too bad there!

                          Looks gorgeous though!

                          -Pete

                          Yeah man!...but its a pain in @$$ to drive in..lol.

                          Refering to "PolishAir42" 's post:

                          lol..Well Honda is popular amongest the South Asians. I really don't like thier cars, except for thier 2-door Accord.
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                          • #58
                            looks like your blizzard now reached Austria. It has been snowing here for 48 hours nonstop and weather reports do not see a change.

                            At the moment about 1+ meter fresh snow and -12°C.
                            greetings,
                            Philip
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                            • #59
                              We got hit pretty hard here in Northern Illinois...about a foot but it was bad while it was coming down...I was driving down IL Rte 47 and it was so bad...you couldent see in front of you, the lines on the road etc. It wasent fun.



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                              • #60
                                In Edmonton, it's rare to get any snowfall over 9-10 inches. This is because it's actually pretty dry during the winter. Also, in some years, the heaviest snowstorms here will often occur in March or even April.

                                I know the heaviest recorded snowfall in Edmonton was 15 inches (39 cm) way back in 1942. And that was in a November. The heaviest snowfall in one day that I can remember was about 11 inches, or 29 cm, in January of 1989.

                                Edmonton receives about 48 inches (123 cm) of snow per year on average - but, like the mean temps, it can and does vary tremendously from year to year. Highly variable winters are a fact of life in my province.

                                One important rule of thumb is that the colder it gets, the less moisture the air is able to hold. Don't be fooled by the amount of snow you may see on the ground in the northern parts of Canada and Alaska, as a lot of times it can go weeks or even months below freezing.

                                In fact, parts of northern Canada are even drier than many deserts like the Sahara and the Mojave. The Arctic (and the Antarctic, too) are actually more or less polar deserts.

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