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Discussion in 'All Other Discussions' started by Rolfe, Oct 17, 2015.
We had snow today on our little piece of Wisconsin.
It's too early for that.
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Not the earliest that we have seen, but still...
I am in eastern Canada and there were parts here that seen snow yesterday. We had a major thunder and lightning storm here and there was hail. The hail covered the ground. It looked like it had snowed. It is still there this morning because it is so cold. I am not a fan of snow and cold.
I've been hoping for snow. My 1 year old hasn't seen it yet so it'll be exciting. Plus it's beautiful to watch the snow fall from the window.
I can't remember the last time I saw snow. '99 I think.
We had snow yesterday in Ontario, Canada!
I was so happy, I love the snow. Winter is a wonderful time of year. My husband was not so happy, as he is the one that does the shoveling.
My daughter in northern Maine reported an inch and a half of snow.
Here NE of Philly we had our first frost.
I've been seeing Blizzards almost every day here in Texas.
Texas? At Dairy Queen?
We had flurries on Long Island! I've not seen that this early in like ....ever.
The thought of snow makes me sick at my stomach. Last year I thought the school year would never end. We cancel at the hint of a snow flake and then all those days get tacked onto the end of the year. Ick
Upstate New York as well. I've been waiting all year for this. Now if it would just get cold enough to stick.
I live in a tropical country, and I have never seen snow ever in my life. I really would love to experience winter, and play in the snow like a kid. It seems so much fun.
I feel sorry for you...now. Sometime around the third or fourth week of February, I will probably envy you. *laugh*
It is cold here, showers and thunderstorms but no snow. We are not expecting snow at this time of the year. I think that it will be raining till mid November.
The snow wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for the bone chilling cold temperature. It is pretty to look at but not much fun to be out in.