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Date:9/18/2014 7:26:59 PM
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Hey Star!
Mom misspoke herself about the snow. Some parts of NC do get snow.....but usually it isn't a lot. However, people told us that in I think it was 2001 there was a huge snowstorm here with 21 inches of snow. No one could get anywhere...and it took awhile to melt . We were told that is very rare.....but some parts of NC up by Ashboro, Greensboro.....northern places get more snow that we do. We live down by Pinehurst.....and we get very little snow. We have lived here 6 years and can remember very few times that the snow had not melted by noon. You are so right about the lack of snow plows here when it snows. And people don't know how to drive in it either. Mom and dad grew up in Michigan...and we lived in CT for years so they know all about snow. And so do you living in NH!
Have a great day today!
Raffikki and a V4U
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