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Quote from: Buffalo Budd on September 25, 2022, 11:02:33 AMHey folks. My fam did pretty well. We were one of 2 streets in our neighbourhood that didn't lose power so we hosted some families for dinner last night. All of the coastal areas are pretty much under water. It will be quite the clean up. My biggest loss was one of my plants was blown over. Only one death that I'm aware of where a woman's house in Newfoundland was swept into the ocean.
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Quote from: emay on September 28, 2022, 02:22:51 PMStay safe lope!
Quote from: Buffalo Budd on September 28, 2022, 12:56:00 PMYeah, we have close friends with property on the coast in Naples.Doesn't look good.
Quote from: sunrisevt on November 04, 2022, 12:23:37 AMNothing like the impact of a hurricane type disaster, but damn is it spooky--we haven't had a real frost yet this fall, and no rain either. Like 6 straight weeks of dry warm sunny weather. In late fall in Vermont, what the actual living fuck. I'm honestly kinda weirded out.
Quote from: Buffalo Budd on November 04, 2022, 09:14:07 AMQuote from: sunrisevt on November 04, 2022, 12:23:37 AMNothing like the impact of a hurricane type disaster, but damn is it spooky--we haven't had a real frost yet this fall, and no rain either. Like 6 straight weeks of dry warm sunny weather. In late fall in Vermont, what the actual living fuck. I'm honestly kinda weirded out.I was just talking about this with friends. It feels so weird to have back to back to back 20+ (70+ F) degree days in November. And the forecast doesn't look like it will let up for the next week +.Legit has never happened in our lifetime here in Atlantic Canada. It does not bode well for an early start to the ski season.
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