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This morning is a typical Tuesday morning as I make my daily commute to work The blue sky is bright with sun but it is a brisk New England winter morning As I drive down the highway drinking my coffee I scan through the radio stations looking for my favorite songs desperately trying to get motivated for the day ahead Instead of finding my favorite tunes I find weather bulletins galore warning of an impending storm due to hit land by Friday From station to station the forecast varies from modest 2-3 inches to a full-blown Noreaster Let me remind you that Friday is still four days away I finally give up tune out and switch to a CD I have in the CD changer For a few minutes I find relief from the weather prediction drama Finally I arrive at work I walk my usual walk to the entrance inhaling the crisp air and appreciating the clear sunny skies above me I settle into my desk and get my coffee in the cafeteria where I encounter several co-workers Have you heard about the storm they ask I reply Whatever its all hype and they are always wrong anyway I manage to finish out the day with several more conversations taking place about the topic dujour the big storm that is going to hit us Driving home I turn on the radio again to be confronted by more of the same storm predictions What happened to the days when we really did get snow Back when I was a kid we really did get Noreasters and if I remember correctly the weather forecasters had far fewer gadgets to work with In the 1970s I dont think Doppler had been invented We were lucking to have one static map up on screen with stick on clouds Now depending on television station you prefer you have a choice of Storm Team 8 Accu-Weather and Dr
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