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    Parts of NH, Maine, Vt. under winter storm warning

    The Associated Press

    CONCORD, N.H. — A snowstorm that could drop more than 10 inches of snow in parts of northern New England is moving into the region.

    The National Weather Service has posted winter storm warnings for most of New Hampshire and southern and central Maine and Vermont, with more than 10 inches of snow expected in some areas by Monday night.

    Christopher Pope, director of the N.H. Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, is urging drivers to slow down and leave extra space between vehicles.

    The storm also could cause power outages.

    Posted Feb. 29, 2012, at 4:24 p.m.
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    This is just wrong!

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    Just in time for all the area closings.

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    Yeah not funny.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Yeah not funny.....
    you seem to be the only one who gets it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by legalskier View Post
    Just in time for all the area closings.
    Some how I knew something like this would happen. It's the ultimate slap in the face from Mother Nature. For me I'm glad 2011-2012 is in the rear view mirror and I look forward to the 2012-2013 season and starting anew.

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    Normally I dig your posts billski.

    But you are a full week early on this and it seems kinda pointless.

    Guys, look for the fine print in the original post...
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    Quote Originally Posted by riverc0il View Post
    Normally I dig your posts billski.

    But you are a full week early on this and it seems kinda pointless.

    Guys, look for the fine print in the original post...
    Where's your sense of humor?
    With all this doom and gloom, we should at least be able to laugh at ourselves! Or at me
    Yeah, it's better to laugh at me!
    Loosen up guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by billski View Post
    The Associated Press

    CONCORD, N.H. A snowstorm that could drop more than 10 inches of snow in parts of northern New England is moving into the region.

    The National Weather Service has posted winter storm warnings for most of New Hampshire and southern and central Maine and Vermont, with more than 10 inches of snow expected in some areas by Monday night.

    Christopher Pope, director of the N.H. Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, is urging drivers to slow down and leave extra space between vehicles.



    The storm also could cause power outages.

    Posted Feb. 29, 2012, at 4:24 p.m.
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    Winter Storm Warnings--what are those?

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