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August 6, 2010 / Dave Gorham

Snowmageddon? Not Right Now . . .

This week marks the six-month anniversary of “Snowmageddon,” a period that saw extensive blizzard conditions throughout much of the northeast U.S. which spawned, among other things, a flurry (sorry) of colorful nicknames.  Dutifully but without the drama, we covered it just as many others did, although for the sake of perspective we also took a look at a number of other Great Blizzards in history.  Take a read . . . maybe it’ll cool you off a bit during this unusually warm summer.

Scenes from NYC in early February. Photos: NDTV

Our other “favorite” epithets for that event:  Snowpocalypse and Flakeademic.

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