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    Default Why is it snowing already?

    Why is it snowing already? Itís only October. And snow is predicted for trick-or-treating, with a high of 34, but Iím guessing itís going to be closer to the low of 24 in the evening. And itís not like I live in Minnesota or Maine or Canada. But itís better than wildfires, so Iíll stop bitching.




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    SnuggleBuggles is offline Black Diamond level (25,000+ posts)
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    Brrr! 24 is way colder than I would want to see at this time of year (or ever- I hate being cold).

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    We woke up to snow today too!
    And I am so not ready either!
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    Article from a few days ago:


    "A frigid blast of wintry air will descend over much of the Lower 48 states next week, bringing the potential for record low temperatures from the Midwest to the Rockies. The stage is set for a bone-chilling Halloween for a large swath of the continental United States, thanks to an air mass whose leading edge is already plowing through the lower Mississippi Valley."
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    The newspaper claimed we were colder than Alaska today. Some Arctic air blast. Oh well, "blame Canada"
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    Quote Originally Posted by StantonHyde View Post
    The newspaper claimed we were colder than Alaska today. Some Arctic air blast. Oh well, "blame Canada"
    Sorry, can’t blame us this time . Up here in Canada it was a beautiful 18 degrees Celsius today! In Fahrenheit, I think that’s in the 60’s!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mm123 View Post
    Sorry, can’t blame us this time . Up here in Canada it was a beautiful 18 degrees Celsius today! In Fahrenheit, I think that’s in the 60’s!!
    The newspaper said it was "an arctic air blast from Canada". Honestly, it made it sound like the whole country sent its cold air to the US
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