Arlo and Janis by Jimmy Johnson for February 04, 2024

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    Da'Dad  5 months ago

    Big flakes. Little accumulation.

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    reedkomicks Premium Member 5 months ago

    Hmm similar theme to Doonsbury…

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    thevideostoreguy  5 months ago

    That’s what this winter has been like. Brief, horrible blasts followed by not much.

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    Rhetorical_Question   5 months ago

    Still 25 degrees colder?

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    Dirty Dragon  5 months ago

    Snow in the gulf region tends to only last until the daily punchline, heh.

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    John Smith  5 months ago

    Arlo buried his snow shovel?

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    Robin Harwood  5 months ago

    It’s 26 degrees here. A warm evening after a fairly warm day. The windows are open to catch any bit of breeze. No snow.

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    Lady loves a joke  5 months ago

    These two really are quite adorable.

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    fuzzbucket Premium Member 5 months ago

    One November about 15 years ago I bought a non-vented gas space heater from Tractor Supply just in case we had a winter power failure. Just to be on the safe side I also bought a gas detector alarm that checks for all applicable gases. Just a week after I bought the heater my furnace went out, so I turned it on to use until I could save up for a new one. It did such a good job keeping my large house warm that I didn’t bother replacing the furnace until spring, even though we had several sub-zero days. I use it some every winter, just to warm the house quickly in the mornings. This year there was an extended power failure not far away, and one man froze to death. The people who want to outlaw natural gas in all new houses are going to get more people killed.

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    nosirrom  5 months ago

    Arlo has a snow shovel? Really? How many people in Mississippi own a snow shovel?

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    Carl  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Nothing like a big snow storm for relaxation, if you don’t have to go out in it.

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    ddjg  5 months ago

    Misery loves . .

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    NCGalFromNJ  5 months ago

    I would love to get snowed in. Fat chance of it happening in Eastern NC though.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 5 months ago

    One thing I never understand. Every year when it is going to snow, stores run out of snow shovels. Why? I’ve owned my snow shovels for 20 years. Do other people throw them away each spring?

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    david_42  5 months ago

    We got iced in again this year, but only for five days; then First False Spring hit. Record high temperatures. And back to freezing.

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    dv1093  5 months ago

    Here in Ohio we had below freezing conditions for about a week in January. Since then, it’s been in the 50s.

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    DawnQuinn1  5 months ago

    From the look of the edge of the roof, it needs repair REAL soon…unless it is it does not look like. lol

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    BJDucer  5 months ago

    I may be different than most, but I will NEVER complain that it’s stopped snowing!

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    jmarkow11  5 months ago

    Ahhh, to live in Alabama

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    KEA  5 months ago

    Been there, done that ROFLOL

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    jarvisloop  5 months ago

    This reminds me of my days as a schoolchild – always hoping for a snow day.

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    SpacedInvader Premium Member 5 months ago

    Looking for snow days? I always wanted one as a kid. We never had one. However we did get off in the event of a hurricane and flooding.

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    ladykat  5 months ago

    Early spring.

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 5 months ago

    They were in a panic mood for naught….

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    Jhony-Yermo  5 months ago

    So nice to look at the snow. Beautiful. But I hated living in it and the slush afterwards.

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    Bill D. Kat Premium Member 5 months ago

    JJ seems to be fantasizing about snow which almost never happens on the balmy gulf coast where he lives.

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    j.l.farmer  5 months ago

    Lucky for you that the ground was too warm to accumulate. Losing power is what I always think about first when a winter storm advisory is issued!!! Food I can do without for a while.

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    BC in NC Premium Member 5 months ago

    “Dig out the snow shovel.” Nice turn of phrase.

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    RonMcCalip  5 months ago

    Just like every kid during a snow the day before a school day! LOL!

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    majobis.  5 months ago

    Yep just about like the winter here in Minnesota this year.

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    JP Steve Premium Member 5 months ago

    They stuck a university on a (small) mountaintop and I worked there all my life. Could count on a few snow days every year!

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    David Huie Green ForceIsAUsefulFiction  5 months ago

    Never satisfied.

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    DaBump Premium Member 5 months ago

    If you think they’re disappointed, you should see the TV weather reporters!

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    redbaron  5 months ago

    “Oh, no! It’s stopping!!” said no one ever.

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