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Topic: Weather Channel is Naming Winter Storms

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RR529

Magikarp wrote:

I send everyone humid, 35 degree (95F) Summer from Sydney, Australia!

in return, give me all the snow you have. all of it.

Sorry, we need to keep as much of it as possible in order to have a chance at a white Christmas

Fun Fact: there needs to at least one inch of snow on the ground on Christmas morning, for it to be technically classified as a white Christmas.

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CrazyOtto

RR529 wrote:

Magikarp wrote:

I send everyone humid, 35 degree (95F) Summer from Sydney, Australia!

in return, give me all the snow you have. all of it.

Sorry, we need to keep as much of it as possible in order to have a chance at a white Christmas

Fun Fact: there needs to at least one inch of snow on the ground on Christmas morning, for it to be technically classified as a white Christmas.

In my area, 2005 and 2010 were the only White Christmases in my area this whole millennium.

Birdman

So Draco barely dropped any noticeable snow in my area (South suburbs of Chicago). It doesn't even cover the ground entirely, let alone to any measurable depth. And I just saw on my Facebook from some people in Austin, TX were getting snow ... now I'm depressed.

Exactly.
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Retro_on_theGo

Birdman wrote:

So Draco barely dropped any noticeable snow in my area (South suburbs of Chicago). It doesn't even cover the ground entirely, let alone to any measurable depth. And I just saw on my Facebook from some people in Austin, TX were getting snow ... now I'm depressed.

Lola. I was hoping for more snow too with all these horrible storm warnings. Not even an inch.

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