I’m wondering: How can weather people say “Westport got 16.4 inches of snow, while Norwalk had only 15.2”?
First of all, “Westport” and “Norwalk” are big places.
Second of all, it’s not like snow respects town boundaries.
And third of all, there can be a difference of half a foot or so — on the same lawn.
Can’t we just say, “We got a !@#$%^&* lot of snow!”?