|The day after the storm in Guilderland Center, New York|
For now, it looks like the snowy weather in New York and New England has settled down. However, in mid-Long Island and mid-Connecticut, Nemo took its best swing, leaving up to three feet of snow. Actually, since writing this yesterday morning, one reader wrote that the deep snow was more widely distributed than I thought. There was 30.5 inches of snow 15 miles west of Boston!
To all my New England and Long Island readers: hope you are dug out soon and that your power and other utilities stay on or come back on as soon as possible!
|The snow was great for snow-blowing. |
Photo courtesy of D. Holt
|The snow is starting to blow around|
Before the storm, some odd things happened. At Empire Wine and Liquor, a steady stream of people lined up to buy red wine - - probably a heart-healthy move for snow shoveling.
At the Guilderland Hannaford, the shelves were thoroughly shopped - - but not stripped bare. However, all the shredded mozzarella was sold out. Did all those people at Empire decide they wanted a homemade pizza with their wine?
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