Western side of the storm
|By: WDX2RADIO, 6:21 PM GMT on January 22, 2014||+0|
In a rare, but welcome path, we were on the western side of yesterday's Northeast snowstorm. New York City, the Jersey Shore, and East received accumulations up to, and over a foot, while those of us in Western Passaic and Sussex Counties in NJ were measuring 3-4" of light powdery snow. It was a pleasure using a leaf blower to clear the paths, decks, and driveways, instead of having to use shovels and snowblowers. Now we will deal with a week long sub freezing cold snap. No working outside this week. Glad I got the garage cleaned out last week and the hot rod inside. I now have 3 DX 150A cabinets to paint, so those projects are on hold. Be well all, take it easy in this bitter cold and stay warm!
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