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Thread: How often does your area have a white Christmas?

  1. #11
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    We get lots of snow here in the Berkshires it is just beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelpugs2 View Post
    We get lots of snow here in the Berkshires it is just beautiful.
    Im so jealous of you..
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  3. #13
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    not often enough; seems like less and less every year we get hit with 1 or 2 big storms where I spend hours digging my car out and then the rest of the winter is bare. I wish it would just snow a little every other day or so.


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    My reply was going to be "I always remember a White Christmas as a kid", but honestly it was probably about 50% of the time. We have a very temperamental climate in Southern Ontario - Just as few as 50km (30ish miles) in either direction gives us very different snow weather. I found a chart from Environment Canada!

    Growing up I was in the GREEN Area, and now I live in the RED area.

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    hmmm, never ?
    ok, I remeber two years ago snow fell on 22.12 and we put our tree up but on Christmas was rain.
    When it seems the magic slipped away...
    We find it all again on Christmas Day
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