Snow, Please Stop Following Me.

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Rainy D.'s Comment
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OMG i hit I 285 in atlanta and guess what???? SNOW FLURRIES and 20 degrees.

sharks are freezing to death. water fountains and niagra falls are frozen.

im ready for summer.

Ryan Baccus's Comment
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Lol it was 19 degrees in NC last with wind chills of 10 degrees, right now we're sitting in the upper 20s still with a wind chill we don't see that often down here lol

PackRat's Comment
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Love the cold weather. No bugs on the windshield, not many crazy crotch-rockets zipping through traffic, fewer shoppers on the side roads (now that Christmas is past). School is still going, so hopefully fewer inexperienced four-wheelers during the weekdays. Best time of year to get driving experience in adverse weather conditions.

Patrick C.'s Comment
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This is something that dawned on me this morning. It is messed up when it is warmer in a refrigerated warehouse than outside... when I arrived at Sysco this morning in Louisville, KY it was 3 degrees. Inside of the warehouse is around 40 degrees, LoL.

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