Location: 40 light-years outside of the Buttermilk Nebula
Everyone is talking about this storm. A few professors even said that they'll understand if we can't make to class on Wednesday if it's too bad. So pretty much, any sign of snow and I'm staying home with excuse.
Wait, where exactly are you? I'm in Indiana too and I've never actually been in a snowstorm, so what should I expect? Are there really power outages?
Im in Greensburg, IN. Usually when there is a heavy icing for a prolonged period of time(like will be the case for the next couple days) it collects on the power lines and tree limbs causing them to break.
There is a greater chance of this with ice vs. heavy snow, which the nothern part of the state will get.
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Yeah...not the one I needed to be closed haha. I've gotta pick my girlfriend up from a train station coming back from school. It's a 20 minute drive and it looks like it'll take about an hour today. It's even worse in Boston right now supposedly.