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Yeah, WDIV is making a huge deal of it, Hubby says they're starting the newscast at 4:30am instead of 5. Which means, of course, that he has to get to work by 3am instead of 3:30, in addition to the fact that he will probably have to snowblow the driveway to even get out!

Ellen Graves

It is snowing, for a change I will be out of the large amount they are talking about. However, the morning drive will be interesting to say the least. I'm sure that all the people that have 4x4's will be racing like they have snowmobiles and other will be hitting their brakes all the way until they slide off the roads.

I expect that my 45-60 minute drive will turn into two hours...

And I moved back to Michigan from Hawaii because???


I know---doesn't it crack you up how people are in this state about the snow? THIS IS NOT FLORIDA, FOLKS (Be glad for that during hurricane season). Just to update you, I made it into work ok, as long as I went slow, and nobody was driving like an asshat around me...oh, and I should have picked up some toilet paper last night...DAMN!

Beth Miller

Don't you think that the news media needs to get a life?? Do they actually think that we just moved to Michigan and OH MY GOSH A SNOW STORM! What??? Are we of a foreign nature? Oh my word, I'm from the tropics and have never seen a snow flake in my life----NOT!

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