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monstermoose78

Went and checked the first ice lakes and found .5 inches to almost 2 inches. If you go out please bring a buddy and dry clothes.

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5 hours ago, monstermoose78 said:

Went and checked the first ice lakes and found .5 inches to almost 2 inches. If you go out please bring a buddy and dry clothes.

What part of the state?

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Cambridge Princeton area

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