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View Poll Results: When Do You Think the First Inch of Snow Will Fall at Your Home?
It's Already Fallen 2 25.00%
Week of November 18 0 0%
Week of November 25 1 12.50%
Week of December 2 0 0%
Week of December 9 2 25.00%
Week of December 16 0 0%
Week of December 23 2 25.00%
Week of December 30 0 0%
Week of January 6 0 0%
Week of January 13 0 0%
Week of January 20 0 0%
Week of January 27 0 0%
Week of February 3 0 0%
Week of February 10 1 12.50%
Hopefully Never 0 0%
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Old 11-15-2007, 07:03 PM
 
Location: Polish Hill, Pittsburgh, PA
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Question POLL: When Do You Think The First Inch of Snow Will Fall at Your Home This Season?

Seeing the images on the evening news of the large wet snowflakes falling in Hazleton, Montrose, and other higher elevations certainly has me clamoring to dust off the trusty snow shovel and take it for a spin around our driveway. When do you think the first inch of snow will fall at your home? Are you looking forward to it, or does the sheer thought of the white stuff make you pine for Florida?
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Old 11-15-2007, 08:47 PM
 
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We have already received our 1st inch of snow in Waymart, I think it might have been last tuesday morning. For the most part in was sticking to the ground but it would have been tough to get a measurement. As for the vehicles there was at least and inch maybe as much as 1.5. As for me I think this is one of the best parts about the northeast, the cold snowy days, just wish it didn't make the driving hard thats about the only down fall.
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