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We got 20 inches of snow

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Packerbacker04, Nov 20, 2008.

  1. Packerbacker04

    Packerbacker04 Cheesehead

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    I live in the Upper peninsula of Michigan now in the U.P. in Marquette Michigan and we got almost 20 inches of snow! Once I get done with school Im outta here. The winters up here are terrible and in the entire U.P. as well. I want to move to Green Bay just to escape the winter. Wisconsin basically gets spring and fall all winter long and they get a true spring in March, April and May. They dont hardly get any snow or cold at all compared to here. I cant wait to get out of here. Thats my vent for the day lol.
     
  2. IronMan

    IronMan Cheesehead

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    Cool. Any pictures?
     
  3. wizard 87

    wizard 87 Old Enough To Know Better

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    Can you send say 2 inches around Dec.24th to Georgia... just enough for Christmas after which it can go back to 75 LOL.
     
  4. yooperfan

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    I live in Ishpeming, 15 miles west of Marquette and we only got about 9 inches and when I went out to my camp this morning another 15 miles west of Ishpeming there was only 3 inches there but it was only 17 degrees F out there.
    Good thing we didn't have high winds or we would have had 6 ft drifts.
    We can always count on 20 feet of snow here around Marquette each year.
    Winter blows!
    When my kids are done with college (NMU), I'm going alot further south than Green Bay for the winters.
     

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