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Side benefit of all the late snow, the ability to snowshoe with the kids.  Got andrew out for a little walk in the woods this afternoon.  

We lost power for about 12 hours which is nothing, all things considered, and we've got the generator/transfer-switch so it was really only out for 4 hours because I didn't feel like setting it all up

Thanks all! We aren't as bad off as others, it's easy to keep things in perspective. At the hotel now, after a warm and comfy night's sleep. We found my mother-in-law's place has power, and I belie

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We've gotten snow here in Chicago area twice this week (including Thursday night). I can deal with this kind of snow: a) don't have to go anywhere, and b) it doesn't stick to sidewalks and driveways, so don't have to do a damn thing about it :rofl:

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Thankfully we got a lot less than predicted. It changed over to rain before noon and there's no sign of it now. Still, we've gotten a ton of rain over the last 3 weeks which makes it hard for kids that are already feeling cooped up. The woods are a mess too, with areas that I've never seen wet full of puddles. Next week 4/5 days are predicted to have rain.  The lawn is going gangbusters.

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I’m just jealous of your weather, don’t mind me.  It was a reference to that old prediction that everything West of the San Andreas Fault was going to fall into the ocean.  Not sure why it’s no longer spoken in polite company...

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Everything west of the San Andreas Fault isn't going to fall into the ocean.  It's just heading north.  Geologically soon, where I currently live will be where Marin County is.

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If it wasn't May friggin' 9th, I'd say this was quite beautiful!  It won't accumulate though, so we're enjoying from a warm house.

 

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Snowing here too, Todd. What the actual apocalypse is going on?!?!?j. Also, my parents who live about an hour further north have 2" on the ground.  

 

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That is so weird. Snow in May? WTF!

We haven't had a single flake of snow (at least where we live) in this winter just gone. Lots and lots of rain, named storms, and flooding - but zero snow.

That means insect heaven with no cold weather to kill them off. So flies, wasps and ticks will be abundant as the year goes on. Can hardly wait. Watch insect repellent being the next hoarding bulk buy. 75 degrees here just now.

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2 hours ago, Craig Sawyers said:

That is so weird. Snow in May? WTF!

We haven't had a single flake of snow (at least where we live) in this winter just gone. Lots and lots of rain, named storms, and flooding - but zero snow.

That means insect heaven with no cold weather to kill them off. So flies, wasps and ticks will be abundant as the year goes on. Can hardly wait. Watch insect repellent being the next hoarding bulk buy. 75 degrees here just now.

Mosquitoes!  
We have a freeze warning overnight.

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It's currently sunny and snowing with the wind gusting 20+mph. In other words a totally normal, pleasant, spring day. 

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