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Winter Storm Juno Has Covered The East Coast In Snow (24 pics)

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  • 28 Jan, 2015  |
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Winter storm Juno has dropped so much snow on the east coast in the United States that even New York City was ordered to stop all transportation.

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№1 Author: Malcolm (28 Jan 2015 02:40) Total user comments: 0


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In Canada we call this a dusting of snow....
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№2 Author: ghost55321 (28 Jan 2015 03:28) Total user comments: 249


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that couple inches of snow looks well like nothing
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№3 Author: Gi-Joe (28 Jan 2015 03:43) Total user comments: 960


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ghost55321,Ya it was blown way out of proportion her in NYC. We had worse snow storms last year where everything stayed open.
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№4 Author: asdfsomething (28 Jan 2015 03:43) Total user comments: 0


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@ghost55321
i guess if the infrastructure isn't there for even this little snow it still is pretty bad. i live in the alps and this amount of snow here would be laughable - but only because we are prepared. we put salt and gravel on the roads, have a fleet of trucks for snow removal and drive with winter tires ...
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№5 Author: noluk (28 Jan 2015 04:16) Total user comments: 327


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pussies!
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№6 Author: westlockfiredept (28 Jan 2015 05:11) Total user comments: 338


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My GAWD!!!!!! Oh the humanity!!!!!! to have been besieged by a total of what? 6 -8" of snow?? Kinda surprised the National Guad was not called in to quell the rioting and looting...HAHAHAHAHA. :15: :15: :15: :15: :15: :07: :07: :07: :07: :07:
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№7 Author: hellaya (28 Jan 2015 05:39) Total user comments: 0


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In Canada, we call that Tuesday.
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№8 Author: No1 (28 Jan 2015 07:10) Total user comments: 1449


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I'm in Boston and we've had somewhere around 24" here and it is still snowing hard. NY didn't get nearly what was predicted, and these pictures are ridiculous. We have drifts of over 5' in places.
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№9 Author: noluk (28 Jan 2015 10:29) Total user comments: 327


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Think back a few months. Buffalo,Ny. Dont be a bitch.
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№10 Author: jore (28 Jan 2015 14:10) Total user comments: 0


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normal winter in finland, but over protected americans shitting their pants. Maybe war against nature is answer...
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№11 Author: Tomaz86 (28 Jan 2015 14:57) Total user comments: 10832


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Very nice.
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№12 Author: Anon1337 (28 Jan 2015 17:57) Total user comments: 0


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You realise that Alaska is laughing at the whole of the East Coast right about now..
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№13 Author: No1 (29 Jan 2015 04:03) Total user comments: 1449


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The whole world is laughing at the Northeast now. To be fair, most of the problem lies with the forecasters who predicted impending doom. All we got was a snowstorm. Shoveled out and it wasn't a big deal.
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№14 Author: Boomer (31 Jan 2015 04:20) Total user comments: 181


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I thought that people in the northeast were used to snow? Surely they remember last winter? And the 300 before that?

In the south I get the concern over 2" of snow, we don't have snow plows or salt trucks down here.
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