I feel for you, Earlier this week we had 5 inches of snow in Western Washington state and on Tuesday we got a extra 11 inches where I was living :globesnow Tuesday I decidied not to attempt to drive to work and stay at home. My safety comes first. The folks in Western Washington DO NOT KNOW HOW TO DRIVE IN SNOW. I grew up in Iowa and know how to drive in it. The smartest thing to do in those conditions is stay home. Wednesday morning all the snow was gone and temps were in the upper 40's and raining. Thats Washington state for you.:flamedevi :driving:
We have had a grand total of something like 1" here so far this year. When the weather gets nasty here we get rain, then ice, and then snow. It shuts the whole place down. The highway crews can't handle the ice and snow. Not to mention most of the folks can not drive in the stuff. :driving:
I was born and raised in Colorado and can drive in about anything, I just worry about the other crazies!!!!! As the saying goes, slow and steady wins the race! Good luck on the way home!!! Remember patience is a virtue!:driving:
No kidding. This morning, woke up at 4:00am to let the dog out. Digital thermometer said it was -4 degrees outside.
That is way too cold. By 7:00am, it was up to a nice balmy 7 degrees. Supposed to stay cold through next week.
I am going to the Patriots/Titans game on Saturday night. 8 pm gametime. I imagine Gillette stadium will be its usual cold self. I've been their in August and froze my butt off. Needless to say, I am in the 2nd row off the field on the Pats sideline, 40 yd line. Great seats.
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We are sure gonna freeze. I was at the 2001 playoff game at Foxboro vs the Raiders (Brady's arm was going forward!!!). Never had so much fun in my life. Took me 6 hrs to get home from Foxboro to CT (normally 1.5 hr at most).
I had about 4" of snow this morning when I woke up. I get to work early enough that I don't have to fight with the early morning rush hour traffic. I don't really have that far to drive either, so it's not that bad.
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