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Old 12-22-2007, 12:42 PM   #1
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ya, we are currently under blizzard conditions with thunder and lightning, and its not just one or two, its as common during this blizzard as it usually is during a thunderstorm... i think im gonna stay inside today anybody else feeling this central blizzard?
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Our last one last Sunday had a thunderstorm in it. It's the same thing, just instead of rain, it's snow. It's powerful. We're getting rain out of this one though.
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I love watching "Thundersnow" as they call it. But I am in sunny Florida and they freak out when there is a cold front that takes it down to 40. I used to live in Colorado, so I think they are just wussies. lol
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Pfft, they freak when they go to 40? Wow, wait til they see -15 lol...and those are in F readings.
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Pfft, they freak when they go to 40? Wow, wait til they see -15 lol...and those are in F readings.
LOL They are just big pansies. Once it gets down to 60, they are all in sweatshirts, and I am in shorts and flip-flops. LOL
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LOL They are just big pansies. Once it gets down to 60, they are all in sweatshirts, and I am in shorts and flip-flops. LOL
lol exactly how i am, during winter im outside in t-shirt and shorts, and feels fine to me
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But if it is snowing and thundering... won't the electric current travel through the precipitation...

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But if it is snowing and thundering... won't the electric current travel through the precipitation...

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I'd hate to be a bird flying through one of those storm's.... :P
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We had a thunder-snow-storm a few days ago here.
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I'd hate to be a bird flying through one of those storm's.... :P
They don't have a path to the ground, its fine.
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