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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#57 - TheRedDragon **User deleted account**
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#103 to #57 - johnnymajic
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Winterpeg up in this bitch.    
Supposedly it's going to be -37 tomorrow
Winterpeg up in this bitch.
Supposedly it's going to be -37 tomorrow
#102 to #57 - feelythefeel
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I use to live in Alberta, glad I got my ass to B.C (Specifically the Gulf Islands). The most we usually get is rain here.
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#127 to #125 - feelythefeel
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Western BC is wet as **** with little/no snow. I love rain, hate the **** out of snow, so it works for me.
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User avatar #84 to #57 - theonetruegilda
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Alberta master race
User avatar #74 to #57 - lolwatthe
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Go to Calgary then, it's supposed to be 0 here after today is -17 ish.
#88 to #74 - anon id: 7cc4f307
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Saskatchewan. -30 all week.
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User avatar #108 to #88 - stallwallwriter
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Yeah, seriously. I live on the east coast now where it's not bad at all, but I spent a winter in Saskatoon where we spent a week below forty.
#71 to #57 - therealrainbowdash
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Glorious -20C master race.
Glorious -20C master race.
User avatar #69 to #57 - saveyourpoopers
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Nova Scotia here, rains alot snows abit.
#93 to #69 - mbernier
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supposed to be getting like 40 or so cm on tuesday!
User avatar #77 to #69 - beasert
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You know what they say about Nova Scotia; if you don't like the weather, wait five minutes.
User avatar #109 to #77 - stallwallwriter
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Yeah, true story. Halifax, btw, you?
User avatar #124 to #109 - beasert
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The Cape atm.
User avatar #79 to #77 - saveyourpoopers
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Lol.
User avatar #61 to #57 - rulebysecrecy
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i live in ontario, toronto area, im lucky if we get 2-3 snow falls a year now, never more than a foot of snow, makes me sad.
#113 to #61 - anon id: d4af04a0
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ikr I'm in the GTA too and there is no ******* snow to be seen anywhere.
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User avatar #80 to #68 - rulebysecrecy
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when we get the odd wind coming from the south, **** yeah theres snow like no tomorrow, but most of our wind patterns come from north and west. leaving it very dry, cold and windy, with little precipitation due to the amount of travel the clouds have to do to get to toronto. we always hear about how buffalo gets like 30-40cm (1-1.5ft) of snow, and we're mad jealous.
User avatar #76 to #68 - aahrg
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nah, the lake regulates our temperature, so we have milder climate than alberta or somewhere else inland
User avatar #65 to #61 - bokkos
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What the hell is it with Toronto and never having snow?
User avatar #75 to #65 - rulebysecrecy
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Toronto is part of the most southern parts of the country right? and most of our precipitation comes from the north and west, so when the clouds form over Hundsons bay most of the precipitation falls on quebec, and northern ontario, timmins, ottawa, cornwall, etc. and when it comes from the west, the coulds have to go over the rockies so it drops alot in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. so by the time the winds bring the storm, theres not much left for us :( plus im sure the mass pollution from toronto and hamilton doesnt help either.