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I agree about the big difference with snow. Snow in the North is usually huge storms with days after days of snow. We lived 1 hr from Canada. Every year the winters were loaded down with large amounts of snow. We had trucks clear the highways everyday. Salt and sand peppered the highways. In the south, they get crazy with one inch of snow.
 

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I would like to follow up what I said about snow in the South. I said in the North they deal with the snow efficiently. It's because they have the resources such as trucks and snowplows in greater numbers. In the South when it snows they don't do as well with the snow. They don't have the resources. Trucks, snowplows, etc. to handle the snow removal. Secondly is the fact is they don't practice. If they did it often, it would be much better.:10220:
 

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This is very true about the ice in the south. Where we live it's fairly common, and they don't have what they need to tackle it. I heard about an ice storm that happened about 1 year ago. People are still talking about it. It completely covers highways, bridges, and homes in minutes. Give me snow any ole day!!:scratchhead:
 
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