As I'm writing this, through the magic of time retrieval, it's yesterday, Saturday, and I'm listening online to KYMN radio in Northfield, Minnesota. You can follow this link to listen to them too. They play an eclectic mix of music, more old than new, and then the news guy comes along and talks about the news up there...and the weather.
He just said that by Sunday morning, they will have another 7 - 11 inches of snow on the ground to go along with the 4" they got last night. And he casually mentioned that there was some question as to which of the next few nights would be the coldest - Sunday night or Monday night. It was supposed to be around 10 - 15° below zero, both nights.
And then he went on to talk about Brett Favre, and the Vikings, and some other local goings-on.
I know it's a point that's been beaten into the ground, but I urge you and the people you love to listen to this station for a little bit, and then check out local Baltimore media when it snows two inches and the "boop-boop" alarm sounds and the crawl runs across the bottom of the screen and sheer undiluted panic is on the faces of everyone and in the voices of everyone and there's not a loaf of bread, jug of milk or roll of toilet paper to be found at the Bi-So-Lo.