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After Winter Storm Juno.
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Posted By: charliezap, 01-29-2015, 08:26 AM

The big storm has come and gone.Boston made the top 5 storms in Boston history with over 24" and many towns and cities in Eastern Ma. received over 30" which is epoch for this area.It was a 2 "red solo cup" event as far as I'm concerned.--charliezap
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01-29-2015, 08:56 AM   #2
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Nice images. Looks like the storm was handled rather well, compared to the "Fiasco of 78" (in which the forecasting was way off and preparations were virtually nil).

It looks so peaceful, except that I can hear that snow blower roaring. Thanks for sharing.
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New Yorkers need to stop complaining about the stopped trains and the "missed" forecast. My father was a meteorologist and I know very well how forecasts can turn out to be in error. Coastal Mass is a disaster zone. Many houses may have to be condemned. The weather models were really not that far off.
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That's alot of snow!! thanks for the pics...

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Real nice images Charlie, we are more used to it but so far this season has been very good. Last 10 days or so with way above average temps. Snow is all but gone but no doubt we will get it yet.
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QuoteOriginally posted by TedH42 Quote
Nice images. Looks like the storm was handled rather well, compared to the "Fiasco of 78" (in which the forecasting was way off and preparations were virtually nil).

It looks so peaceful, except that I can hear that snow blower roaring. Thanks for sharing.
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New Yorkers need to stop complaining about the stopped trains and the "missed" forecast. My father was a meteorologist and I know very well how forecasts can turn out to be in error. Coastal Mass is a disaster zone. Many houses may have to be condemned. The weather models were really not that far off.
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That's alot of snow!! thanks for the pics...
Thanks guys.--A clipper system is going to go through the area with maybe 6" more snow.More photo ops coming.---charliezap
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Hey Capn - these scenes remind me of when we lived in Ohio in the blizzard of '78! I was worried about daughter Robin in Hartford; I think they had about 18" of snow but the winds weren't all that bad.

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Nice shots Charlie. I really like the next to last one. It reminds me of my childhood in winter

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Very nice shots of a nasty storm! I see the red solo cups were put to good use!
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Saugus? I bet the Saugus Iron Works looks really great all decked out in snow. I was there in 1992 with the family. for those who have no idea waht I am talking about, the Saugus Iron Works is the oldest manufacturing site in North America. A national Monument. It was a pretty neat place to see when I was there in 1992.
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