1.2 inches

2007-02-09 14:07:52.000 – The Summit Crew,  Observer

Looking toward Oswego

We here on the summit have nothing to comment about today. It is cold, it is windy, and, yes, it is foggy. Joy.

New York got six feet of snow (actually as much as 100 inches). We got 1.2 inches. Yeah.

That about sums it up. Sorry folks, perhaps we’ll have something more worth your time tomorrow, but for the time being I would recommend heading to the Tug Hill Plateau.

 

The Summit Crew,  Observer

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