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December 4th, 2005, 02:42 PM
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I live in New England so we most likely will have a white christmas!
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December 4th, 2005, 02:46 PM
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We most likely won't. Denver's had like three White Christmas' in the past fifty years (or something like that; my point is it hardly ever snows on Christmas).
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December 4th, 2005, 02:48 PM
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We most likely won't. Denver's had like three White Christmas' in the past fifty years (or something like that; my point is it hardly ever snows on Christmas).[/b]
Really? Wow, for some reason I always think that Denver would be really snowy this time of year!
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December 4th, 2005, 02:57 PM
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We most likely won't. Denver's had like three White Christmas' in the past fifty years (or something like that; my point is it hardly ever snows on Christmas).[/b]
Really? Wow, for some reason I always think that Denver would be really snowy this time of year!
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Yeah, most people think that lol. We actually don't get snow all that often. But when we do get snow, it's usually a blizzard, or it just snows for a day and then it's 70 degrees the next day. Colorado weather is very weird. The saying is "Wait ten minutes and the weather will change."
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December 4th, 2005, 03:02 PM
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We most likely won't. Denver's had like three White Christmas' in the past fifty years (or something like that; my point is it hardly ever snows on Christmas).[/b]
Really? Wow, for some reason I always think that Denver would be really snowy this time of year!
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Yeah, most people think that lol. We actually don't get snow all that often. But when we do get snow, it's usually a blizzard, or it just snows for a day and then it's 70 degrees the next day. Colorado weather is very weird. The saying is "Wait ten minutes and the weather will change."
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LOL! Yeah, my DH is from south-western Colorado, and he has said the weather there is weird.
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December 4th, 2005, 03:19 PM
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We most likely won't. Denver's had like three White Christmas' in the past fifty years (or something like that; my point is it hardly ever snows on Christmas).[/b]
Really? Wow, for some reason I always think that Denver would be really snowy this time of year!
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Yeah, most people think that lol. We actually don't get snow all that often. But when we do get snow, it's usually a blizzard, or it just snows for a day and then it's 70 degrees the next day. Colorado weather is very weird. The saying is "Wait ten minutes and the weather will change."
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LOL! Yeah, my DH is from south-western Colorado, and he has said the weather there is weird.
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You have no idea! lol. Here a storm can come in from the west over the mountains, and then it can turn completely around and come back towards us from the east! It's so bizarre.
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December 5th, 2005, 10:44 AM
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wow...



im also in new england (CT) and with the way things are so far, i think we have a pretty good chance!
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