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3 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

I may have to move there. They always get crushed with damage. Who cares if they average a few inches less than I do.

As winters become less snowy and Warmer from here on out.. why wouldn’t you if it’s a possibility? Damage trumps mediocre snow 

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4 minutes ago, Whineminster said:

We used to be one of the kings of storms, now we get jack shtttt

Back in the 80’s during the summer it seemed almost routine for Worcester to get crushed every other night. The occasional tornado warning as well 

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1 minute ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

Some years we seem to be a magnet for them.  Lately it has been a dud.  I’m not a huge thunderstorm fan when they are near my house.   Trees.  Gravity.  That whole bit

That's why we have home insurance Mr. Hubby.  Sometimes we have to make sacrifices.  Those pines could come down in a heavy blue bomb too not just the boomers. 

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4 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

Even the early 2000s we got nailed a bunch.  

They say tornado Alley has shifted east the past couple decades, maybe the MA boomer alley has shifted east also, to the NH seacoast and Marshfield 

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1 hour ago, weathafella said:

He’s been pretty left for decades.  Interesting tidbit-I had a student about 45-50 years ago who had a textbook at Sunny Hills HS in Fullerton, CA.  Anyway in those days your textbooks would come and previous students who used it had their names in it.  She actually had one from Jackson Browne!  
 

Light rain and sun in Coolidge Corner now.

That is cool.

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14 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

Next week looks toasty

I know looks beautiful, but I'll be in Omaha missing it :(.  Enjoy the pool while it's warm! Nothing like floating in a pool while you hear a boomer headed your way, wondering if the floatie will protect you in a lightning strike.

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34 minutes ago, Whineminster said:

I know looks beautiful, but I'll be in Omaha missing it :(.  Enjoy the pool while it's warm! Nothing like floating in a pool while you hear a boomer headed your way, wondering if the floatie will protect you in a lightning strike.

lol...you won't be missing heat in Omaha.

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