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Snow was not the Only Storyline

When we get these historic Winter storms like the one this past weekend in the mid-Atlantic, we tend to focus on the heavy snow.  It is, after all, a Winter storm and the effects of the snowfall are so widespread … Continue reading

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In the Beginning…

… there was some snow In the end, there will probably be a s***load of snow.  Consider these the “before” pictures.  We’ll have the “after” picture tomorrow afternoon. Latest forecasts call for 20-30 inches across the warned area from DC/Baltimore … Continue reading

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Veterans Day Weather History

[picapp src=”c/3/7/5/20000_March_In_774a.jpg?adImageId=7347363&imageId=7023576″ width=”500″ height=”310″ /] NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 11: Members of the elite Navajo Code Talkers, the famed U.S. Marine unit who delivered unbreakable codes during World War II battles against the Japanese, salute before the start of the … Continue reading

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