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It's been snowing all day, and has dropped over a foot. Keep in mind, a couple hours ago the roads were plowed, so as you can see the snow is accumulating really fast.

Jeep does pretty well in the snow. Most of the roads I was driving on had over 5-6 inches on them. I never went over 15 mph, mainly because I just couldn't. I usually drive that slow in the snow anyways.

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It was a different story here in Columbus. I work at Rickenbacker International Airport and we have to keep the snow off the ground while it's snowing. We got about a 1/2" then it seemed like it was gonna melt then the Air Temp just dropped. Turning everything to Ice. What really sucks about my job is NO SALT. I wish i would have just gotten snow....it's much easier to work with.
 

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about 3-4in. here in Toledo. it's in the negatives with the wind chill too. can't wait to get home to CLE and some real snow.
 

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It was a different story here in Columbus. I work at Rickenbacker International Airport and we have to keep the snow off the ground while it's snowing. We got about a 1/2" then it seemed like it was gonna melt then the Air Temp just dropped. Turning everything to Ice. What really sucks about my job is NO SALT. I wish i would have just gotten snow....it's much easier to work with.
How do you guys keep the ice off the ground without salt? Any other chemicals or really good scrapers?
 
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