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AreWeDrunkYet
Jul 8, 2006



Anne Whateley posted:

People have omitted one super necessary preparation. In your grocery store run before a snowstorm, get your favorite kind of juice, so you can make your own snowcone with the fresh clean snow

Don't forget unreasonable quantities of bread and eggs for unknown reasons.

Like others have said, if you're moving to the Philadelphia area, don't overthink it. It never gets dangerously cold and the city mostly shuts down when there's a major blizzard. The entire winter tends to be slushy and grey, but life goes on. Roads in urban and suburban areas will be plowed and salted unless there's a surprise morning storm. The main thing you notice compared to winter in the south is that being outside for a few months a year is just uncomfortable.

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