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It's part of the climate changes we have been experiencing.


Rob, you said exactly what I was thinking at the time and since. From my vantage
point in Bellmore, L.I., those other 2 storms you mention, plus the Big January
of 2011 storm and the Lindsay storm, did not seem any less severe or deep than
the "biggest" storm did!

And in watching reports that day, those last couple of inches seemed to jump
onto the total almost as an afterthought. Hmmmm ...

Enjoyed your write ups on all the storms in any case.


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