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Savageduck <savageduck1@{REMOVESPAM}> wrote:

> > How come they never show images of people slogging through 6 inches of
> > salted
> > snow slush in a grimy winter city scene? :)
> I guess they never spent a Winter in Utica, or Syracuse.

or erie, pa, in the past two days, with a cool 53 inches of snow,
breaking a record.

  Erie picked up another 19 inches of snow on Tuesday morning, making
  for a total ongoing snowfall total of 53 inches. That is the highest
  two-day snowfall total in the entire state of Pennsylvania, according
  to the National Weather Service.