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Imperfect storm a blessing to some

Good cover for cross-country skiing, snowshoes

A line of Schenectady snow plows are refilled with road salt at the Foster Avenue complex Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
A line of Schenectady snow plows are refilled with road salt at the Foster Avenue complex Friday.
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Nemo, the much anticipated blizzard, was a slow grower, not really well organized. “We were expecting a little bit more,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Ian Lee on Friday night. “It hasn’t exactly interacted with another system coming out of the Great Lakes the way the models were predicting.” The Capital Region was initially expected to have 10 to 14 inches of snow by this morning, with some areas getting as much as 18 inches. ...


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cfield
February 9, 2013
10:16 a.m.

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finding NEMO

justapto
February 9, 2013
5:35 p.m.

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NEMO sounds more like an ocean originating tsunami or storm surge

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