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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote 42rocker Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 21 2020 at 6:57am
I believe that it was 1966 or 1967 that White Bear Lake, Minn got hammered with snow and drifts. Did not make that top 10 storms but made the top 20. Of course I was smaller those days and the tops of the roofs was much higher. LOL
Down here in Fla, I had to put a long sleeve shirt when I was working outside. A cold snap in Summer, what can we say. Broke into the 50's overnight. Warmer today.  Not sure when spring was but I believe that it came and went and we are now in Summer time. 
 
If you are up North stay warm and safe. 
 
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Here's the storm I was thinking of, winter of 1971.  I grew up in Cornwall, about 70 miles from Montreal.  It was the drifting snow that made it so bad in places, complete whiteout conditions. 
 
 
It's been below freezing here in ATL GA.  That's enough winter for me. 
 
 
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