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The morning after a winter snowstorm is perhaps the best time of year to visit Jack’s Wife Freda.
Like a driver slowing down in a snowstorm, the reduced speeds help the computer deal with unfavorable conditions and recover from errors.
Anchorage developer and philanthropist Jon Rubini has stepped in to finance the reopening of the indoor sports facility The Dome, months after its massive inflatable roof collapsed in a snowstorm.
For example, in 2013, Jessica Seinfeld, the cookbook author and wife of the comedian Jerry Seinfeld, was outraged to face a $415 charge for a short ride in a snowstorm, and told her Instagram followers all about it.
The practical aspects of putting on chains in a snowstorm, with no pullover spot, in pitch dark, at 12,000 feet, in a gale, and wearing only a T-shirt, is a prospect Dante never considered in enumerating his circles of hell.
What follows is a brisk and meticulous lesson in executing a complex job with heavy equipment and precision timing — not to mention nimbly dealing with the unexpected (like a bunch of protesters barging in on the heist during a snowstorm).
Kenan Spencer Witczak — 8 pounds, 11 ounces with a full head of hair — was born on Feb. 5, three days after the snowstorm ended, enough time for the streets to become passable, enough time for doctors to get back to work.
The hefty fine comes after the government agency investigated how the airline handled delays at the Denver airport during a snowstorm in December 2016.
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