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Karl's Kolumn

DID WINTER ARRIVE… nearly two months late? If this week’s snowstorm is any example, you betcha by golly! We had up to 18 inches of lake effect snow, high winds, freezing rain, bitter cold, with low temperatures hovering from 1-4 degrees, and did I mention 18 inches of snow. The icing on the cake has been closings from churches to schools, stores and restaurants. Up to then we didn’t have any snow or winter storms since early 2023. Hard to guess what this season might be; I did see a 33-degree temperature somewhere in next week’s forecast. Who knows, maybe the groundhog will forecast an early spring. My boat is ready!

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