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By M Davies   /     Feb 21, 2008  /     Misc/Crap  /     1 Comment

I just got back from dropping health assessment forms off at the doctor for Gabby and Owen for the new daycare.  Then I filled up my car with gas.  Gabby and Owen passed out hardcore from the car ride, so they are up napping now.  w00t to getting stuff done this afternoon and getting the kids to bed for a nap.  Maybe a car ride will be our post lunch thing from now on. 

Oh yeah, and then there’s this…

WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 1 AM FRIDAY TO 1 AM EST SATURDAY
UNTIL 9:30PM EST

Urgent – Winter Weather Message National Weather Service Binghamton NY 123 PM EST Thu Feb 21 2008

…A Winter Storm Will Affect The Area Tonight And Friday…

.A Complex Area Of Low Pressure Will Move Into The Ohio Valley And Mid Atlantic Region On Friday… Spreading Snow Across The Area Tonight. The Snow Will Continue On Friday. Sleet And Freezing Rain May Mix With The Snow Over Portions Of The Poconos And Western Catskills.

Sullivan-Wyoming-Lackawanna-Luzerne-Pike-Southern Wayne- 123 PM EST Thu Feb 21 2008

…Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 1 AM Friday To 1 AM EST Saturday…

A Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 1 AM Friday To 1 AM EST Saturday.

Snow Will Move Into The Area After Midnight…And Continue Into Friday. Snow Accumulations Of 1 To 2 Inches Are Expected By Daybreak. The Heaviest Snow Is Expected To Fall From Friday Morning Into Mid Afternoon…With Total Accumulations Of 5 To 8 Inches By Late Afternoon. Sleet And Freezing Rain Will Likely Mix With The Snow During The Afternoon… Especially Over Southern Portions Of The Warning Area…Where A Light Coating Of Ice Is Possible. The Snow And Mixed Precipitation Will Begin To Taper Off On Friday Evening… With Another Inch Or Two Of Snow Accumulation Possible Friday Night.

A Winter Storm Warning Means Significant Amounts Of Snow… Sleet…And Ice Are Expected Or Occurring. This Will Make Travel Very Hazardous Or Impossible.

Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio All-Hazards Or Your Favorite Local Media Outlets For Further Details Or Updates From The National Weather Service…Or Visit Our Internet Web Site At Http://Weather.Gov/Binghamton.

Please Report Snow Or Ice Amounts To The National Weather Service By Calling Toll Free At 1-877-633-6772…Or By Email At Bgm.Stormreport@noaa.Gov.

Dust off your shovels, ya’ll.

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