N.Y. Lake Effect Snow Hits 9.5-Feet D...

N.Y. Lake Effect Snow Hits 9.5-Feet Deep

There are 10 comments on the The Associated Press story from Feb 11, 2007, titled N.Y. Lake Effect Snow Hits 9.5-Feet Deep . In it, The Associated Press reports that:

The snow got even deeper Sunday but the end was in sight after a weeklong series of squalls that have buried towns on one corner of Lake Ontario.

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Al Gore

Morrisville, NC

#1 Feb 12, 2007
I am supposed to be flying in to Oswego County for a global warming conference.

Idiot!
George S

United States

#2 Feb 12, 2007
A storm is now approaching northern Illinois and is supposed to head up to New York State after it leaves the midwest.

Sorry!!
charlotte from holland

Katwijk, Netherlands

#3 Feb 12, 2007
i'm trying to find big size pictures of the snowfall in your region, can you help me??
snowman allentown PA

Annapolis, MD

#4 Feb 12, 2007
Maybe the dinosaurs will sneak in while the snow is falling and get here in time for the global warming.

“Otter”

Since: Jan 07

New York, NY

#5 Feb 12, 2007
Al Gore wrote:
I am supposed to be flying in to Oswego County for a global warming conference.
Idiot!
This has nothing to do with Global warming - It has everything to do with lake effect snowfall and being located on the western edge of Lake Ontario. They get snow there. Also Redfield NY is the place that has the most snow in NY right now. Their local income is derived from snowmobilers. They love the snow. This has been a bumper year for them.

Since: Jan 07

Chicago--evanston Ill

#6 Feb 12, 2007
we are currently in 6 feet of sunshine here in arizona.

“Otter”

Since: Jan 07

New York, NY

#7 Feb 12, 2007
True Blue wrote:
we are currently in 6 feet of sunshine here in arizona.
wow, didn't know that there places that measure sunshine in feet...Of course I live in one of the 2 cloudiest cities in the lower 48. Must be nice, do you use a "sun-blower" to make a path?
MSGUSA

Ocala, FL

#8 Feb 13, 2007
Good comments all... funny....those who grow up there prepare for the worst, and hope for the best. As a kid I remember climbing out the window and digging through the snow to find a shovel to dig out the front door. No biggy - made good money at 12 y/o shoveling neighbors sidewalks and driveways!! Made some cool igloo's too!! That's when work was real and you couldn't get away w/whining. lol
I now love my sunshine here in the south!! Have a sunny day all!!
snowman allentown PA

Annapolis, MD

#9 Feb 13, 2007
My youthful years in Buffalo were outstanding and I learned how great SNOW can be for kids and the young at heart. Snowshoeing is one of the most difficult sports(?) that I have ever enjoyed(?). You ache from the top of your head to the soles of your feet and EVERYWHERE in between. Good luck to all you folks up there, and keep the snow off the roof.(They collapse from the weight)
MSGUSA

Ocala, FL

#10 Feb 20, 2007
excellent advice snowman!!! Sure miss making snow angels and snowball fights w/my brothers!!!

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