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Snow in the Midwest

See that yellow spot north of Columbus, Ohio? Looks like approximately where our blogger pal Jon Adams lives. Yellow means 6 to 8 inches. He's been talking about a good-sized snow storm on Facebook, so there we see it. Let's all wave to Jon.



Here is the snow depth - there's a darker blue bit that extends south, possibly in Jon Dude's area.

posted on Dec 3, 2020 4:35 PM ()

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Fortunately Jon has a lot of furry friends to cuddle up with during these cold days. Hope he can get whatever he needs delivered.
comment by elderjane on Dec 4, 2020 4:39 AM ()
Yes. Colorado is so dry, and lately has been so much drier, when we get rainy or snowy weather, we just snuggle at home for the day or so that the weather's bad, and it's not long before the sun comes out.
reply by traveltales on Dec 4, 2020 12:35 PM ()
Disgraceful how you women use 4 letter words on a public forum!!! I am Next your will be saying rain!!! And what makes it worse you even put in large font in the headline--you better believe I am telling Santa you used the s word!!!!
comment by greatmartin on Dec 3, 2020 7:04 PM ()
Our county occasionally publishes updates in the form of line charts that show how much people have stayed home during the pandemic based on data gathered from cell phones. The occasional peak on the line is labeled "snow storm." It's been a warm, dry fall, so there weren't enough of those to keep our numbers down.
reply by traveltales on Dec 4, 2020 12:33 PM ()

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