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A single snowstorm can drop 40 million tons of snow, carrying the energy equivalent to 120 atom bombs.

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2Ti 2:16 Keep away from profane & foolish discussions, which only drive people farther away from God'
GNT – The words that you speak are a witness of your Faith, speak positively, speak with confidence, speak in Love, this is a witness to our Lord Jesus.

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Winter Storm Warning Issued January 20 At 3:32pm Est Until January 22 At 6:00am Est By Nws New York City - Upton

...Winter Storm To Impact The Region Tuesday And Tuesday Night...

...Winter Storm Warning In Effect From Noon Tuesday To 6 Am Est Wednesday...

The National Weather Service In New York Has Issued A Winter Storm Warning For Snow...Which Is In Effect From Noon Tuesday To 6 Am Est Wednesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is No Longer In Effect.

* Locations...Northeast New Jersey...Southern Westchester County...And Southern Fairfield County.

* Hazard Types...Heavy Snow.

* Accumulations...Snow Accumulation Of 6 To 10 Inches.

* Winds...North 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.

* Wind Chills...As Low As 10 Below Zero Late Tuesday Night.

* Temperatures...10 To 19.

* Visibilities...One Quarter Mile Or Less At Times.

* Timing...Snowfall Will Begin Late Tuesday Morning And Will Continue Through Tuesday Night...Tapering Off Early Wednesday Morning. The Heaviest Snowfall Will Occur Tuesday Afternoon And Evening.

* Impacts...Falling...Blowing...And Drifting Snow Will Cause Hazardous Travel And Walking Conditions Across The Area...Possibly Impacting The Late Afternoon And Evening Commute. Extreme Cold And Low Wind Chills Could Cause Frost Bite. Dress Appropriately.

From 1Weather for Android.

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Special Weather Statement Issued January 18 At 7:36pm Est By Nws New York City - Upton

...Patchy Black Ice For Areas North And West Of New York City...

Patchy Black Ice Will Be Developing Tonight...From Interior Southwest Connecticut West To Interior Northeast New Jersey And The Lower Hudson Valley...As Winds Decrease And Temperatures Fall Below Freezing. This Will Result In Hard To See Slippery Spots...Especially On Untreated And Elevated Surfaces. People Out And About Through Early Sunday Morning...Including Pedestrians...Should Proceed With Caution.

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Hey, I'm playing Castle Clash! Come join me and let's kick some ass!

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Today is a good day
Woke up and enjoyed all that was there for me,,,,,!

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