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From: Moi (
Subject:         Some people are standing on 20 inch drifts, and still have no understanding.....
Date: March 9, 2008 at 8:00 pm PST

In Reply to: Really? Care to read what a few others have to say on AGW? posted by Jack in OH on March 5, 2008 at 10:10 am:

More than 20 inches of snow fell from Friday through Saturday at Columbus, eclipsing the city's previous record of 15.3 inches set in February 1910, the National Weather Service said.

Elsewhere 14 inches fell at Milan, Ind. Up to a foot fell in parts of Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas on Friday.

Many churches in the Columbus area canceled Sunday services because roads were so slippery.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, which shut down Saturday, reopened Sunday, but flight delays and cancelations were common as airlines tried to get their schedules back on track, spokesman Todd Payne said.

Delays also cropped up at Port Columbus International Airport, where 90 percent of flights were canceled Saturday.

Ohio had one traffic death linked to the weather, and four men died while shoveling snow. Two traffic deaths were blamed on the storm in western New York state and one in Tennessee. Two people were killed Friday as tornadoes spun out of the eastern edge of the weather system in Florida.

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