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Here's a picture of the moisture in the atmosphere:


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Not sure this is something we should really be thankful for is it?

Okay, there may be spectacular lightning and lots of snowfall may be fun but there may be a few issues this storm causes that aren't so good too..

Oh, never mind. Just seen the video clip. Sorry.

In this case we can be thankful that it turned out to be not that bad!