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In my case I leave mine plugged in and running all the time and go out and shake them off one exception when it gets real cold I just let them run with out shaking them like last night it was 20 below zero at my house and funny things happen when you mess with decorations at that temp. (Montana)

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I live in the NE and we just had freezing rain/sleet and some snow.  And they are a pain.  I have trued letting them run, but the weight of the snow and ice usually brings them down on me.  I have just learned to go out and shovel them off (plastic shovel!) or use my hands to knock off the ice.  I have never had an issue.

 

Good luck.  Dealing with the weather is the worst part about puffies.

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