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justdags

Anyone else from New Jersey (Damned NorEaster)

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Good morning everyone, I am writing to you from my cold dark living room with nothing but a fireplace and a baby for warmth wishing I could have a light on besides my replica lightsaber. Hope everyone else got through the storm with as little damage as we have thus far. 

Grand Admiral Justin reporting on current situation from Clinton NJ 

(Anyone here from that area? Please feel free to message me here I would love to find local ship captains) 

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Hi Dags, I'm above you in Canada and once again your storms are giving us a miss outside of a few snow flurries.

Fair Seas and may your batteries stay charged. :cap_tea:

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Sw Connecticut. High winds, rain and a bit of snow/ sleet here. Lost power for a bit over night as well.

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I live in Delaware and we got it pretty good. Sun's out where I'm at now but made for a rough Friday afternoon commute. :(

 

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Not from Jersey myself, but I have a ton of family up there. Sorry that you guys are going through it. This storm is no joke. Stay safe!

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I'm in New Hampshire. We were definitely affected by rain and some scary sounding winds but no significant damage was done.

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Philly Philly here.  The winds were horribad.  But at least it wasn't like a few years ago when that thunderstorm cluster rolled through South Jersey and blew the traffic light poles 90 degrees.  Was quite an eye opener to see the traffic lights directing sidewalk traffic instead of over the intersection where they belonged.  I never saw that kind of wind power before or since living in the Philly area.

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