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  • Birthday 07/19/1971

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  1. Stuck on everything as it was coming down hard for a good 6 hours. Lots of accidents as the roads were slushy. Some power issues especially a little lower in elevation where there are still leaves on the trees.
  2. Ended up with 8.4" of snow.
  3. Eyeballing 4-5" of wet snow. About as much as I had hoped for the full event. Everything from here on is bonus.
  4. Thanks for posting. Love to see that purple!
  5. Looks nice! I'd love to see some Panasonic.
  6. Got down to 30 degrees yesterday morning. Leaves are changing quickly. I'd estimate around 40%.
  7. Yeah, surprisingly 30s is more common than you would think out here in August (and even July)
  8. Got down to 38 degrees here for the low this morning.
  9. Woke up to 1/2" of snow on the ground here in town this morning. Already melted. I wouldn't be surprised if the higher ridges got a couple inches.
  10. Looks like a pretty decent April snow incoming. What a waste.
  11. Since we are on the topic of beer, I wanted to pass along that we (Stumptown Ales) have just started our distribution and we are no longer just a brew pub. We now sell our 1/6 barrel kegs to bars/restaurants that specialize in craft beer. We can only self distribute in WV, so most of you will not see us out there, but we are starting with Morgantown along with the very local scene here in Davis/Thomas/Canaan Valley. Probably see us in Snowshoe and the eastern panhandle sometime soon, then maybe on to Charleston. If you are in any of those areas at a bar keep an eye out for our libations! Cheers!
  12. Something around that. Pretty pathetic.
  13. 5.3" of snow overnight. Still snowing pretty good. Enough to put us over the 100" mark for the season. Not enough for even a school delay
  14. Low of 6 degrees this morning. Final amount of snow yesterday ended up at 8.1". Slowly working our way to the century mark.