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Old 03-03-2009, 09:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Richmonder27 View Post
Its ironic, but in Midlothian which is South of Richmond city and down in Southern tip of VA, they got more snow than we did.

Richmond actually got 6 inches at most. And today we are down to about 1.5
Yeah, maybe its because I haven't seen a good snow in 3-4 years but it seems like the snow melted really fast this year. As a child in SW VA (Roanoke), it seemed like when it snowed, the ground would stay covered for 3-4 days..maybe a week.

This is the first 'real' snow I've witnessed since moving to the Richmond. Is this normal for Richmond? (Granted, I've only been on campus since its snowed so the heavier traffic [both auto and pedestrian] may be why the snow seems to be gone so fast.)
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