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You have probably heard that the east coast is bracing for a huge storm. 

While the midwest has been hit hard this year, and many of our neighbors to the north have had more than their fair share of snow, most of Maryland has missed out on significant snowfall so far this season. 

The forecast is calling for anything from slush to 18 inches.   If you ask me, that is a PRETTY WIDE RANGE! 

How can we be expecting 18 inches of snow when I didn't even wear a jacket when I was out of the office today?  The temps were in their mid 50's!  Most kids and teachers are expecting to be out of school and many offices are already announcing snow emergency plans in effect.   I even got an automated call from Baltimore Gas and Electric to be aware that heavy snow fall can cause power outages.

For those of you in and around Catonsville, I think I have you covered.  We had our new generator finally hooked up and tested this past weekend.  We are stocked up on the essentials of snow preparedness in Baltimore....Bread, Milk and Toilet Paper!   Sydney's school is already closed for a teacher in-service.   If things go the way they usually do, that means that we probably won't even get a flake!  It's only when I am not prepared that we get hit!

How about you?  Do you think we'll have slush or significant snowfall?


Warm Regards,

Bridget McGee  Maryland Mortgage Mama  NMLS# 196068  SWBC Mortgage.   410-960-2061 EHO or


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Comment balloon 4 commentsBridget "Mortgage Mama" McGee • March 05 2013 07:49PM


Be careful....I work Murphy's Law like you...oh we'll better safe than sorry!!! My Husband is in Northern Illinois and the got socked in!!!
Posted by Deborah Byron Leffler BzyBee Real Estate Lady! (Keller Williams Realty Boise) over 7 years ago

that would be the expected.  When the generator is ready and you have ample supplies, nothing is needed. 

Posted by Florida Tolbert Team Keller Williams Advantage, Keller Williams Land Luxury Division Specialist (Keller Williams Advantage III Realty in Lake Nona) over 7 years ago

I didn't get a call from BGE! Are they being selective in whom they are alerting? Hmmmm .. I have paid my bills on time always. :-) I sorta prepared but thought when the hype before the storm is the biggest, it usually means it won't be nearly as bad as feared....


Posted by Andrea Bedard, M.A.; REALTOR® Silver Spring, MD and beyond (Thompson Company, REALTORS®) over 7 years ago

We got a call from BGE too but alas we didn't get much snow and most of it is gone this morning.  I'm heading to the office to see how much they got. 

Posted by June Piper-Brandon, Piecing Dreams One Home at a Time (Houwzer Inc) over 7 years ago