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Snow fatigue: Are you feeling it?

Endless gray skies, gray faces, and gray snowdrifts that never seem to melt entirely. The month has barely started and here it comes -- unwelcome to much of the wind-chapped and crabby populace -- snow on Tuesday and Wednesday and again this weekend.

Will it ever end? Read "Many in Washington region are weary of winter and its never-ending snow."

By Jodi Westrick  |  February 3, 2010; 8:19 AM ET  | Category:  Local Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   Del.icio.us   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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It's almost 80 degrees outside at this minute (course here is not there).

Posted by: wmboyd | February 3, 2010 5:00 PM

Not tired of snow, but tired of not knowing how much or how little it will affect activities. Upstate NY (Wayne Co) was much more predictable - the vast bulk of the time, nothing short of the storm predicted for 2/5-6 would cancel anything. Of course, at that time and place, we didn't have school districts covering a huge area of different microclimates, or all and sundry expecting to fly in and out on short notice. Either it snowed and was plowed, or EVERYONE was snowed in.

Posted by: fsd50 | February 4, 2010 12:39 AM

No way ! I love the snow and since we usually dont get too much ( and are usually just outside the area that gets the big amounts ) I'm really enjoying getting it big time this year. As a single father who loves to cook, I am gaining a little weight though. Whenever it snow's it seems like the best time to make chili, soups, cookies and other yummy things that make it all the more delightful ( when the weather outside is frightful. ) Its also a great time to be lazy without feeling the normal guilt from doing so... I love to be able to sit on the couch with a thick blanket, a cup of hot chocolate and read good books but in this hechtic age and area the times are few and far between that one gets a chance to do that ( you usually have to be sick with a cold or flu and then you dont really 'feel' like doing that ) So...as long as the cupboards and fridge is filled, there are plenty of good books to be read and blankets to be used, and movies ( and sports ) on the tube....let it snow, let it snow, let it snow !!!

Posted by: US-conscience | February 4, 2010 7:54 AM

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