We arent scared, we're used to it. Just annoyed at this point
Vic is really leaning heavily on that one note...
Our third rather large blizzard in a row... and this one is looking to be around 20" of snow around Boston and the surround areas... at least I'll get a 'snow day'...
You know a lot of people make fun at the predictable furor and talk when a storm is on the way, but I like it. I like going to get storm food, I like the hunker down and watch a movie, make a stew and have a drink experience of it all. It breaks up the otherwise monotonous feel of winter and is a communal equalizing shared experience.
This guy's accent is from somewhere nearer to NY/NJ, I'm guessing. Up in New England, "thundasnow" is just called "anuthuh Wensdee".
*Always* get the bread and milk.
..this is more applicable to everyone south of CT.
Not being familiar with this phenomenon, a few years ago I experienced thunder snow for the first time, while shoveling the sidewalk.
Gave me a little jump, I'll tell you that. Didn't know that happened.
I (Wichita guy) have a cousin around Bay Harbor (aka bah habah) who reported 20" snowfall yesterday, had to buy a longer shovel.
Massachusetts resident here.
Seriously. This is New England. We get snow (though it's been scarce the past few years).
Now I'm really concerned he won't get the bread and milk.
Out here in Iowa I have seen a few "Thunder Blizzards" they are quite a sight. First one I actually thought was the apocolypse. Blinding snow with lightning and thunder. When lightning strikes in a snow storm you are blinded for a bit. I wish everyone could see one once.
Thundersnow..lol wat. Eh just another storm. Losing power is not allowed though