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Old Mon Dec 15, 2008, 04:17pm
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Hey, Scrapper, Luv2Asian8, and other Nor'Easters

I think I remember that you're in the Northeast, right Scrapper? and Luv2?

How's the weather in your neck of the woods? Do you have electricity? ANy games cancelled over the weekend, or this coming week?
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Old Mon Dec 15, 2008, 04:56pm
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My high school game Thursday night was canceled. Friday and Saturday games, as well as Sunday's association meeting, were held as planned.

It's actually a little weird. We're kind of in an oasis right here. We were just warm enough to get only rain while everyone east, west and north of us got sleet, snow and freezing rain.

We never even lost power, which is good because the rain kept the sump pump busy.
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Old Mon Dec 15, 2008, 08:18pm
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Up Near The Berkshires ...

No problems in most of the Constitution State, just rain. A few people in the northwest corner, usually the coldest part of Connecticut, still don't have power yet.
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Old Mon Dec 15, 2008, 10:46pm
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Mostly southern NH that has a power outage---several days now. Parts of Massachusetts, Maine, & a little part of southern Vermont are also affected.

I think there were over 500,000 customers without power for varying lengths of time. Got near 50 degrees today which helped I am sure, but it has been rough, especially for the elderly.
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Old Tue Dec 16, 2008, 10:20am
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That's me.... a lucky northwest corner guy. Wierd storm though, my house had mostly plain rain but the top of my road, about 100 ft higher in elevation was like the end of the world.
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