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A Snowy Halloween

Post  Too Tall Tomatoes on 10/29/2011, 1:23 pm

Right now in Pennsylvania(I live about 40 minute from Harrisburg) the snow's coming down pretty good. I think the forecast is around 6 inches. I took this picture just for fun and it's really really strange to see snow on my Halloween display.

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Post  Denese on 10/29/2011, 2:45 pm

The reason for the unexpected snowstorm is because Mother Nature is confused by all the Christmas decorations and music in the stores!! santa
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Post  Too Tall Tomatoes on 10/29/2011, 2:48 pm

I used to work for Home Depot and during the first week of October of 2006, I was part of a small crew that went from store to store in our district setting up all of the Christmas merchandise/displays. That was surprising, but still fun.

LOL and at the end of August of that year I was building snow throwers!
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Post  BackyardBirdGardner on 10/29/2011, 3:12 pm

Absolutely crazy stuff.
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Post  moswell on 10/29/2011, 6:09 pm

I got caught completely unawares. I honestly didn't believe we'd get any sticking snow - yesterday when I checked the forecast it was still saying 45 degrees for a high. But it stayed right around 35 or so all day, so we've had a nice, slushy snow falling all day. Here's a picture of the remnants of my summer garden! Smile

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Post  Too Tall Tomatoes on 10/29/2011, 6:26 pm

That's just incredible....Snow in October.

All of this snow is weighing down my trees and landscaping plants. Fortunately it's supposed to warm up here a bit tomorrow so all of that should be taken care of.

Hey Moswell.....do you have any idea what it's like in the Plainfield area??
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Post  moswell on 10/29/2011, 6:31 pm

@Too Tall Tomatoes wrote:That's just incredible....Snow in October.

All of this snow is weighing down my trees and landscaping plants. Fortunately it's supposed to warm up here a bit tomorrow so all of that should be taken care of.

Hey Moswell.....do you have any idea what it's like in the Plainfield area??

It's a bit north and west of me, so I imagine it's at least as snowy there. I think I was pretty close to the rain/snow line. We got a couple inches maybe. Heavy snow is definitely weighing down the trees here too - I moved my car for fear a branch would fall on it.
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Post  Too Tall Tomatoes on 10/29/2011, 6:37 pm

I was just wondering because most of my work is done in the Plainfield area. It's lousy having to drive there from Pennsylvania a few days a week.
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Post  moswell on 10/29/2011, 8:15 pm

@Too Tall Tomatoes wrote:I was just wondering because most of my work is done in the Plainfield area. It's lousy having to drive there from Pennsylvania a few days a week.

That does sound like a major PITA. Fortunately, I imagine all the snow will melt tomorrow.
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Post  Nicola on 10/30/2011, 6:56 pm

@Denese wrote:The reason for the unexpected snowstorm is because Mother Nature is confused by all the Christmas decorations and music in the stores!! santa
funny post lol!
O-o-o-r-r, if you really give it some thought, you just may be on to something! Cool
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