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February 09, 2006

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Todd Gross

western plymouth county is currently slated to get the most... we'll see. Todd in your pocket sounds dirty? I have to re-think that, thanks for the heads up. I have a group of 1000 supporters, onlin, I may ask them, or let the slogan die. I'm trying to get across that you are walking around with me blabbing at your about the weather all day. Any suggestions?

Bill

Is western plymouth county going to be seeing alot of mix and rain, if so how will this effect the accumulations.

Greg

Beautiful!

ben

Todd,

I'm a big fan and have been checking in on your site intermittently (mostly when there's a big storm potential--I'm always impressed that you seem to figure it out before the local channels).

I have to be honest: you really need to rename your weather service. "Todd in your pocket" just sounds dirty, and not something that I'd want to pay for.

Just a heads-up from a purely PR standpoint.

Keep up the good work.

-Ben

steve

Todd with cold air in place assuming the storm doesnt go west we got the fluff factor in place so is it premature to think 16 to 24 inches is out of the question,I know you dont like giving totals early but I dont see it out of the question. thanks Steve

Colin

As a big supporter of winter this is great news! Will this be mostly a Massachusetts storm, or will get some of the white stuff here in southern New Hampshire as well?

Bring it on!

steve

Todd did you figure anything out about the Japanese model just wondering thanks Steve

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