Central New York Snow Storm

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Real Estate Agent with RealtyUSA
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WOW!!!

Just wanted to post a few local pictures from our lastest snow storm.  So far Oswego NY has gotten 50 inches in 4 days.  YES 50 inches.  Living in this area you are used to getting snow.  But WOW!  It is hard to believe that only 4 weeks ago us Central New Yorkers were complaining that we had not had any snow yet this season and we missed it.  Well I guess you should watch what you wish for.  LOL!! 

Our area is a great place for skiing & snowmobleing in the winter.  As you can tell.  Spring bring wonderful spring flowers, summer months, we have local lakes that have great fishing & boating, NY State Fair, & Syracuse Nationals Classic Car Show (1 of the largest on east coast).  Fall time brings apple & beautiful fall colors that will take your breath away.  If you ever get a chance to come to Central New York, it has a lot to offer!

Central NY is a great place to call home. 

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Pictures from WIXT News

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Jon Vermilye
As of yesterday afternoon, North Redfield in North East Oswego County has had 122" (12' - 2") of snow from this storm. and it is still snowing today! More photos from Oswego at http://www.lakeshoreimages.com/oswego.html
February 10, 2007 03:24 PM
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Berta Smith
RealtyUSA
Just an update, Expected snow between Saturday and monday, 12 to 24 more inches.....not funny anymore.  Will keep you updated.
February 10, 2007 06:41 PM
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Jay McGillicuddy
Real Estate Broker
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty

All over the news here every hour. Unbelievable...

It can get pretty dangerous just driving around the streets I'm sure. Where are you putting all that snow? I'll bet you can't even shovel it anymore. I'm sure we'll hear about roof collapses if people don't get up there and relieve the weight.

Stay warm and dry. 

February 10, 2007 07:10 PM
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Berta Smith
RealtyUSA

Things are not getting any better, got 18 inches of snow today and expecting another lake effect storm Friday & Saturday.  There has been a few roof collape, many people who live here know to shovel off roofs but some just cannot do it themselves.  Believe it or not it does melt.  But this year there will be floods in the spring if it thaws to quickly.  I will make sure I post pictures of the spring.  Thanks for everyones comments and concerns.

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February 14, 2007 09:28 PM
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Linda M. Cataldo
Myrtle Beach Real Estate
Dock Street Realty
Just stumbled onto this blog while I was searching for AR bloggers in the Rome, NY area (my hometown). I had to shutter when I saw these very familiar pictures which brought back some not so pleasant memories of winters in Rome.  I am now in Myrtle Beach which has a completely different weather pattern - one that suits me better.  Thanks for the pictures, though.  It's fun to see what use to be...
September 24, 2007 08:45 PM
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