- Even thou, I live in L.A., now, I am originally from Baltimore. So, I
like to keep up with hometown news, over the internet. When I heard it
snowed yesterday, wanted to see what happened.
Well, this is a small clip from an article. Check out the last line of
<<Early snowfall blankets Maryland
Regional storm dumps up to 9 inches in state; Many schools to close
By Andrew A. Green and Stephen Kiehl
Originally published December 6, 2002
Wintry weather arrived early in the Baltimore area yesterday as the
heaviest snowstorm in three years blanketed the region with as many
problems as snowdrifts: shutting down schools, causing serious accidents
and reacquainting Marylanders with slush, ice and cold.
"It's been several years since we had a significant storm, and we have a
lot of citizens who aren't used to this," said state Transportation
Secretary John D. Porcari. "Lots of them are driving SUVs and they
forget that four-wheel drive does not suspend the laws of physics.">>
Copyright © 2002, The Baltimore Sun
- --- In CarFree@yahoogroups.com, Pedaldancer@w... wrote:
> Regional storm dumps up to 9 inches in state; Many schools to closeA good reason to act carless if I ever heard one!
Stay at home and cuddle up with good food, something warm, and good
entertainment.........like a book!
("Well, I have them locked up behind forcefields in no time!"--Odo
"Constable....there's no hurry."--Sisko, (wtte), DS9:Captive Pursuit)