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Looking Back on Last Year's Post-Holiday Storm

Remembering the blizzard of Dec. 26, 2010.

Seems hard to believe, given the unseasonably warm weather we’ve been experiencing of late, but this time last year Lexington was buried deep under a post-Christmas snow.

, which shut down or delayed town operations, . By that Monday morning, photographer Sue Bruce braved the cold, icy conditions and was out taking

The and maybe a few flakes Christmas morning, we haven't seen much of the white stuff yet this season.

Back in August, the Farmers Almanac predicted a wet and stormy winter with above average temperatures, so much of the precipitation "will likely be rain or mixed precipitation, although, during February, some potent East Coast storms could leave heavy snow, albeit of a wet and slushy consistency."

Sounds about right so far...

So, with that in mind, we want to know, What kind of winter are you expecting, dreading or hoping for?

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