Join Date: May 2010
Location: Lake in the Hills, IL
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It really depends on what flavor of snow it is. Here in the midwest, Alberta Clipper snow is light and dry flakes that just keep blowing around. But Panhandle Hook snow is wet as hell, it sticks to everything and partially melts. If a cold front follows, it then freezes into ice and could take down any antenna (like in Eau Claire a few months ago).
By the time these storms get to the east coast, they turn into Noreasters, which I don't even want to know about.
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