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It seems that every system snow that comes our way dives straight south dumping 5-6 inches in S. Indiana and Kentucky which obviously melts as soon as it touches the ground. It's not the end of the world cause I live right next to Lake MI and get 70" in a winter. But what about the others that aren't so lucky. LES is nice, but it is not very easy to make a base out of b/c it is so lite and fluffy. We need that snow for our base, it almost pisses me off. Look at me, getting mad at the weather. This has just been about the strangest winter I have ever had. And poor Kentucky is going to have to buy snow plows... You should see them down there, their insane, they shut down a city with 2 inches of snow and none of it sticking. Come on Mother nature stop this B.S. and give me what I want.
 

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do they sled in Kentucky with bare feet....brrrrrrrr
 

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They also had major snowfall in the southwest near the Mojave desert.
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Did you see this thread I started? Willies radio station is 700 WLW in Cincinnati, OH. Boarders KY. I even hear the announcements up here in Mt. Vernon, OH.Stinking Weather terrorists;)...
http://www.snowmobilefanatics.com/forum/topic/120800-how-ohio-reacts-snow
 
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