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Good Morning!

To those of you who are located on the East Coast and experiencing this blizzard, please stay safe, inside your home if possible.  If you need help, ask for it.  I am located in SE Pennsylvania and I woke up to something I have not seen in many years...currently, it is heavy snow with high winds and treacherous outside.  It will change over to sleet/rain at some point and with everything freezing, it could be beyond dangerous.

I pray you keep your power as many places have lost theirs, the South is experiencing some of the worst weather ever, and my parents live in North Carolina.

I know many parts of the United States have encountered terrible weather this season, and I pray for everyone that they stay safe, use proper precautions and reach out if they need help.

Please share your weather conditions here.


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      Diane17 wrote Feb 13, 2014
    • Hi Mary!

      Greetings from Gainesville, VA where we got about 12 or 13 inches of snow.  No school or work today.  Thank God we did not lose power.  They are calling for several more inches of snow today and tonight.  They probably won’t have school tomorrow and work might be closed too.

      We are not going anywhere today.  

      Is it still snowing where you live?

      Be safe and I hope you don’t lose power.


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      Marya1961 wrote Feb 14, 2014
    • Hi Diane!

      It was a horrible mess in Glenside, PA yesterday. Hub and son were both off from work.  I could not believe the high wind and snow, then sleet, then was chaos.

      The snow was that heavy kind, and I bet you all felt like the rest of us trying to shovel it.

      It subsided last night after a couple of more inches and today looks like a winter wonderland, but very sunny, thank God!

      Stay warm and safe...and next week we are going to see the 50’s as you probably will too or even a bit higher in your neck of the woods.

      Happy Valentine’s Day!heart

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