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Snow Storm Nemo (27 pics)

Pics | 11 Feb, 2013 | Views: 5904 |  +17   |  
Snow storm Nemo hits US and Canada.

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№1 Author: No1 (11 Feb 2013 03:47) Total user comments: 1102


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I had 34" inches covering my car which I dug out today. Luckily we only lost power for a short while. Overall, it really isn't that big of a deal. It snows in many places in the world.
№2 Author: I abide by the Dude (11 Feb 2013 06:23) Total user comments: 126


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We(UK) get a couple of inches and the whole nation come to a standstill, puts things in perspective...
№3 Author: MWarrior (11 Feb 2013 06:54) Total user comments: 688


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We had 25", but some of the drifts against the house were about 5 feet high. Amazingly, we never lost power, and the streets were all drivable by Saturday afternoon. During the Blizzard of '78, we lost power for six days and didn't see a plow for about three.
№4 Author: mahedi (11 Feb 2013 18:14) Total user comments: 10724


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OMG
№5 Author: choochwhocharlie (11 Feb 2013 19:11) Total user comments: 1683


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power is expected to be back in five more days. at least the temperature should stay above freezing so the pipes won't break. gas fireplace is on
№6 Author: eniko (11 Feb 2013 21:44) Total user comments: 16


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I know this is serious and causes a lot of damage and everything, but all I can think about is how could those people leave that poor dog outside (1st photo)??
№7 Author: Lu (11 Feb 2013 22:09) Total user comments: 14666


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When we get 4 inches of snow, it's a small miracle.
№8 Author: johnny Reynoso (12 Feb 2013 01:43) Total user comments: 3712


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15 WTF un chingo de nieve hahahaha
№9 Author: pash.maloo (12 Feb 2013 02:43) Total user comments: 1713


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i know an asshole in NY who i hope got burried 10
№10 Author: adzhoe (23 Feb 2013 23:21) Total user comments: 14217


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Nice pictures....
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