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(WXIA) -- Where were you January 28th, 2014? Were you stuck in your car for 20 hours on I-285? Were you desperately trying to get your kids home from school? What did you know when?

NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) is partnering with the University of Alabama to better understand the public's perception of events leading up to the storm frequently called "Snowjam."

The survey takes 15-30 minutes to complete and is based on your experiences during the storm.

SURVEY: Take the survey here

Dr. Laura Myers will be conducting the surveys along with in-depth interviews. NOAA said, "Dr. Myers work on past winter events will help all of is gain understanding on how multiple population segments both understand and utilize weather information."

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