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R. Coleman

We did get some snow up here in the Noblesville/Fishers area. The ice was very treacherous. (Northeast side of Indy.)


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Galliena Gornet

Two feet of snow settling on the roof is a lot. That sure is one intense blizzard! But at the end of the day, we should be thankful that no one was seriously hurt. How are you guys doing now?

Alejamuel Sultz

The last thing that you would want to do during a blizzard is to clear the snow on the roof. The shallower the snow, the easier for you to remove it from the roof. But with two feet of snow accumulated, it’ll give you a hard time scraping it down to the ground. So in order to avoid accidents when scraping down that snow, you should wear protective gear such as boots, face mask and water proof jacket as a precautionary measure.

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