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Good Morning From NH+ Storm Nemo HQ

[11:50 a.m. sitting at home on the lower part of Town Hill, New Hartford CT]

As we sit here, enjoying our last cup of coffee (our storm prep was not perfect) we’re looking out onto the effects of Storm Nemo: a huge pile of snow made even bigger by the blowing wind.  Won’t be driving out any time soon, that’s for sure!

Enjoy the day at home, heed the governor’s no travel ban, and TGISaturday!

The NH+ Crew

Bob (preparing the PDF of the NH+ INDEPENDENT paper for upload to this site – on page 7 out of 8…)
Maria (sorting through the dried beans for a home-made chili – love days at home…)
Murray the Border Collie (curled up on his blankie)
Lady the American Cocker Spanie (curled up on the blanket on the bed)

View from the kitchen door at 6 p.m. on Friday, February 6 shortly after the NH+ crew got home from picking up this week's edition of the NH+ INDEPENDENT from the printer and delivering the copies to the 5 post offices for Saturday delivery. Photo: Maria Moore

View from the kitchen door at 6 p.m. on Friday, February 6 shortly after the NH+ crew got home from picking up this week’s edition of the NH+ INDEPENDENT from the printer and delivering the copies to the 5 post offices for Saturday delivery. Photo: Maria Moore

The view at 11 a.m. on Saturday morning, February 9, from the kitchen door.  The two bumps in the snow are the cars!  Photo: Maria Moore

The view at 11 a.m. on Saturday morning, February 9, from the kitchen door. The two bumps in the snow are the cars! Photo: Maria Moore

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  • Doug Gerard

    FYI, naming winter storms is NOT encouraged by the National Weather Service. They call this storm the Feb 8-9 Blizzard of 2013. WFSB has been naming winter storms for several decades for ? publicity /advertising purposes and now The
    Weather Channel has started naming winter. This past storm now has three names; the Blizzard of Feb 8-9, 2013, TWCs “Nemo”, and WFSBs “Charlotte”. Who knows how many other names it has received. This just leads to confusion as the years go by and we need to refer back to this weather event.

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