Saturday, February 06, 2010

East Coast Snowstorm...


To all my friends in areas of Baltimore, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington, DC and all of New Jersey:

My thoughts are with you in this fierce SNOWSTORM! MSNBC is keeping me abreast of what's happening. Feel free to leave a comment to let us know how you're doing...




14 comments:

Akelamalu said...

My thoughts are with them too.

Thanks for the encouraging comment you left for me m'dear. x

Auntie E said...

Oh yes we are in it. Still coming down, just measured 28 inch near Baltimore, Our town is right in the middle of it. Getting great photos to post. Working on time-lapse. Now need to dig out the Hot tub house. We will need that later today for the aches and pains,lol.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

And how about NYC? Are you out of that debauchery by the Global Warming? Take care.

Queen-Size funny bone said...

my sister in law is outside of DC and is getting hit hard. she never wants to visit ct. in the winter and now she has more than us.

Carolyn Ford said...

That's amazing...but, from where I sit, I think it's beautiful!

Thom said...

My thoughts are with them also. :)

eileeninmd said...

Hi, Mary
Thanks for asking about all of us. I am in central Maryland and we got around 20 inches. Right now we are hoping the power stays on. A lot of trees are falling and taking out the power lines. The snow has stopped and the sun has come out, it looks beautiful.

Mimi said...

From springtime in Ireland, I hope you're all doing ok, and that your power stays on.
It does look beaautiful.

maryt/theteach said...

We got no snow but I was thinking about all of you! I'm glad it's beautiful - take lots of pictures! :)

Jamie said...

Love the goose. Oh and global warming means "extreme" weather events not just heat. This latest is just another example.

happilyretired said...

Beautiful wintry view ... like you, my thoughts are with those on the East Coast dealing with snow and also with those here in So Cal coping with mudslides and flooding. Crazy weather in our world!
Hugs and blessings,

CJ said...

After two days of nearly-constant shoveling, we (senior citizens) are exhausted and ache all over. We still need to do our long driveway, but it will have to wait until another day.

I sent this email message to my local TV weather department:

"On your Friday evening report, your new million-watt weather radar was mentioned a zillion times, as if it were the holy grail of meteorology. We were told to expect 4 to 8 inches of snow north of the city [Pittsburgh] within 24 hours. My zero-watt yardstick showed 23 inches of snow in my yard on Saturday afternoon. Perhaps you wasted your money."

Leora said...

Mary, we are doing great! Looking forward to sledding tomorrow morning. And my eldest was a great help with shoveling - tomorrow he'll help his grandfather's car.

Only 12" in Highland Park - we heard Philly had record snow (our house guests are from Philly).

Love SnoopyTheGoon's comment. Ha.

Nishant said...

Now need to dig out the Hot tub house. We will need that later today for the aches and pains,

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