Re: NANFA-- now it's a snowstorm

Dave Littlehale (
Mon, 5 Mar 2001 21:52:21 -0500

I guess we should be happy to have been spared all that snow, but for some
reason I was looking forward to a large snow fall. The first winter in our
new home we had a 30+" storm start on my birthday 1/7 and finally stop on
1/8. I was hoping for a repeat of that storm and all the beauty that comes
with that much snow.

The storm is supposed to be over the eastern tip of LI and then move back to
the SW so we are still supposed to get some snow. The difference is that
the temps are below freezing now so it seems pretty likely that we will get
something. People have been stocking up on perishables like they wouldn't
be able to get to the store for another 2 weeks. Business and schools
closed based entirely on the forecast. Better safe than sorry.

I hope the people in New England handle the storm and there are no major

Glad to hear that you are OK in WA.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jay DeLong" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, March 05, 2001 6:47 PM
Subject: NANFA-- now it's a snowstorm

> The earthquake is SO last week.
> How are you northeastern folks doing with your snowstorm?
> --
> Jay DeLong
> Olympia, WA

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