For days, weather forecasters have been warning just about everyone on the east coast that a huge snow storm was coming. They dubbed it Winter Storm Nemo, and warned that the Northeast could be hit potentially hard. All along Philadelphia had one of the lowest predictions for snow with just 1-3 inches, as opposed to Boston's 1-2 feet. It turns out the forecasters were right, Philadelphia would be spared. In the end some areas of the city got no more than a dusting while other areas received anywhere between 1-4 inches. Now that the storm has left the area and roads are clear, it is time to enjoy the weekend, instead of fighting off cabin fever that is often associated with big east coast winter storms.
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