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BLIZZARD WARNING, for New York City. The mayor just stated on the news this could be the biggest snow storm in NYC history dumping over three feet of snow. Anybody out there in the track of this storm?

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  • steve182
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    Originally posted by Gary Devine View Post
    Get out the snow machines and be careful everybody. Many people die shoveling snow. Please take coffee, soup or hot chocolate breaks.
    Good Luck!
    Stay safe my friends, especially you old guys! Only expecting 6 to 8" here. Looking forward go it.

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  • Pray- hunt-work
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    Originally posted by Pray- hunt-work View Post
    My wife's cousin is back in Maine visiting family but heads back Tuesday morning for NYC. I advised him to stay and either beg his boss for mercy or tell him to shove it. No word yet on weather Jon will travel or not. In a second story, my father drives to Boston tomorrow night to pick up my mother from Logan Airport, at least the old man is used to winter weather and very capable. Jon on the other hand wears a scarf....
    Not lite, but very yuppy. His Russian girlfriend is beautiful, but I doubt i would wear. Scarf for any women. I'll finish with this, " his daddy didn't play with him much when he was a kid"

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  • seth trudeau
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    I'm about 45 mins west of Boston.. so I'm right in the middle of it!

    Lots of work... same amount of $$$ as small storm, so I'm not extremely thrilled!

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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by Gary Devine View Post
    Get out the snow machines and be careful everybody. Many people die shoveling snow. Please take coffee, soup or hot chocolate breaks.
    Good Luck!
    Jimbo, good point and senior people sometimes over do it when shoveling snow. When we were kids we went door to door to shovel snow for money. We would shovel snow from sun up to snow down. We came home beat and exhausted with loads of cash in our pockets.

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  • Gary Devine
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    Jimbo, in answer to your question under comments, my neighborhood will get between 12 and 16 inches. The storm is moving north including parts of Maine and Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada also. New York City and Boston should get the most of the snow and wind.

    Here is the new Monday morning map.
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  • Treestand
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    Originally posted by Pray- hunt-work View Post
    My wife's cousin is back in Maine visiting family but heads back Tuesday morning for NYC. I advised him to stay and either beg his boss for mercy or tell him to shove it. No word yet on weather Jon will travel or not. In a second story, my father drives to Boston tomorrow night to pick up my mother from Logan Airport, at least the old man is used to winter weather and very capable. Jon on the other hand wears a scarf....
    Sounds like a Yuppy or lite in the Loafers??

    Hope all ends well for you & yours.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by Gary Devine View Post
    Get out the snow machines and be careful everybody. Many people die shoveling snow. Please take coffee, soup or hot chocolate breaks.
    Good Luck!
    Gary, the main thing that triggers a heart attack is breathing in
    cold air and causing the neck vessels and muscles to constrict. Of course plaque can also cause a heart attack or stroke. Best to breathe through a scarf or even a medical or dust type face mask to warm the air a little before you breathe it in.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by Gary Devine View Post
    Get out the snow machines and be careful everybody. Many people die shoveling snow. Please take coffee, soup or hot chocolate breaks.
    Good Luck!
    Gary, how much are you expecting in your area?
    A friend north east of Philly is looking at 8 - 12, depending on how fast it moves.

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  • Pray- hunt-work
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    Originally posted by Pray- hunt-work View Post
    My wife's cousin is back in Maine visiting family but heads back Tuesday morning for NYC. I advised him to stay and either beg his boss for mercy or tell him to shove it. No word yet on weather Jon will travel or not. In a second story, my father drives to Boston tomorrow night to pick up my mother from Logan Airport, at least the old man is used to winter weather and very capable. Jon on the other hand wears a scarf....
    Thanks, LOL I'm still laughing at myself for that one.

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  • sg72
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    Originally posted by Pray- hunt-work View Post
    My wife's cousin is back in Maine visiting family but heads back Tuesday morning for NYC. I advised him to stay and either beg his boss for mercy or tell him to shove it. No word yet on weather Jon will travel or not. In a second story, my father drives to Boston tomorrow night to pick up my mother from Logan Airport, at least the old man is used to winter weather and very capable. Jon on the other hand wears a scarf....
    Loved the comment about the scarf! Jon should probably stay put. Hopefully all goes smooth for your mom and dad.

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  • Pray- hunt-work
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    Originally posted by Pray- hunt-work View Post
    My wife's cousin is back in Maine visiting family but heads back Tuesday morning for NYC. I advised him to stay and either beg his boss for mercy or tell him to shove it. No word yet on weather Jon will travel or not. In a second story, my father drives to Boston tomorrow night to pick up my mother from Logan Airport, at least the old man is used to winter weather and very capable. Jon on the other hand wears a scarf....
    My father grew up just across the NY border in the Berkshire mountains of MA, he remembers the same storm, said that you truly couldn't tell where his parents cars where parked and he put a dent in his fathers car door trying to shovel it out. 66" is just amazing.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by Pray- hunt-work View Post
    My wife's cousin is back in Maine visiting family but heads back Tuesday morning for NYC. I advised him to stay and either beg his boss for mercy or tell him to shove it. No word yet on weather Jon will travel or not. In a second story, my father drives to Boston tomorrow night to pick up my mother from Logan Airport, at least the old man is used to winter weather and very capable. Jon on the other hand wears a scarf....
    Hope they make it. Some reports call for hurricane force winds for 6 to 8 hours Mon night. Jon should stay put - NYC will be shut down if this develops as predicted. I was in the Blizzard of '66 in Upstate NY. Got 66" of snow in 24 hours with drifts 15 + feet. Not a good thing.

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  • Pray- hunt-work
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    My wife's cousin is back in Maine visiting family but heads back Tuesday morning for NYC. I advised him to stay and either beg his boss for mercy or tell him to shove it. No word yet on weather Jon will travel or not. In a second story, my father drives to Boston tomorrow night to pick up my mother from Logan Airport, at least the old man is used to winter weather and very capable. Jon on the other hand wears a scarf....

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  • Treestand
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    Originally posted by Gary Devine View Post
    Get out the snow machines and be careful everybody. Many people die shoveling snow. Please take coffee, soup or hot chocolate breaks.
    Good Luck!
    Ok Gary...I will have a HOT Chocolate wile looking at the Snow Storm on TV....Stay Worm Boys it's Winter.

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  • Gary Devine
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    A potentially crippling and historic blizzard is forecast to bury areas from New York City northward to southern New England under a wind-swept blanket of 2 feet or more of snow between Monday night and Wednesday morning, as a storm rapidly strengthens just off the East Coast.

    As of Sunday at 11 a.m. ET, blizzard watches were in effect from central New Jersey to the North Shore of Boston, a heavily populated urban corridor.

    Here is the News Video link of the New York Mayor warning everybody to stay home.


    http://www.cnn.com/2015/01/25/us/weather-storm/
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