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I live in London, Ontario, Canada and it is very unusual that the is no snow on the ground yet. It is finally starting to drop in temperature so it should be coming. DO YOU HAVE SNOW YET?. post a reply with your city/state(province)
no snow here in Dallas TX, but it is chilly now 6C in the morning..(never experienced snow here)
Yup. Had 4" this past weekend. Still chilly but it's warming up some and the snow has melted till the next round. Might be snow at my house in Idaho, where I'm going for Thanksgiving, a state away. Not sure I'm ready for all this. Where did the summer go??!!
Never any snow, but air is getting cooler, a little icy and rainy at times.....typical weather for California
I live in Austin. It's so cold here that I had to wear a jacket yesterday. Maybe we'll get some flurries in late December.
No snow here yet in CT, except in the mall displays.
But in coastal CT we have a saying: "If you don't like the weather, just wait a few minutes."
No snow here in STL, MO but we have seen more than enough rain. Today marks day number three of consecutive, non-stop rainfall that isn't supposed to end until late tomorrow.
no snow in Phoenix but there will be some probably next week two hours away in Flagstaff (if not already). yay!
Nice to see a few responses so quickly, the general consencus seems to be that there is no snow in most of North America.
So enjoy the weather whle you can, maybe I'll start up the grill this evening.
Won't be having snow in San Antonio TX, but it was nice jacket weather yesterday and today.
I live on the Moon. We've got a ton of water! Aaah, actually I don't; I was fibbing. No snow on the ground yet in Maine.
Northeastern Massachusetts: Just a dusting (even that's kind of unusual in Fall), but it's gone. I'm pretty much "dreaming of a brown Christmas". (In fact, if I had my way there would be a brown Valentine's Day too - but that isn't likely.
I am in new zealand right now so no snow here its acually summer
I'm almost a neighbour of yours, I'm in Kitchener. I am very glad it is the middle of November and we have no snow
Yep, some snow on the San Francisco Peaks today. (Northern Arizona)
Well snow in the forcast for tomorrow and we are getting the snow shovels ready! If this stuff starts to fall, I am ready; can't say the same for the other folks around town.
Living not too far from you in the Nation's Capital...and still no snow! This is awesome weather!
We've had amazing weather - 50's in November! Snow showers possible on turkey day. We had measurable snow in October, but it only lasted a day.
I am enjoying this November that is for sure There seems to be more snow in the West than the East...hope that holds though February
Snowing here tonight! BEAUTIFUL! (And treacherous!) Much more snow than expected. Hopefully it will slow down for Thanksgiving travelers.
We have snow in northern Utah. We used to always have the first snow on Halloween night but the past couple of years it's barely snowed until late November. It's snowed a couple of times but it even vanished off the mountains, now it's finally back. Not much but I think this time it's real.
No snow yet, wich is extremly unusual in extreme Northern Ohio, we usually have snow before Hallows Eve...
Global Warming..what can I say
Yay!! Got snow early this morning in Eastern Washington state!
All gone now though.
Here in southwestern Wyoming, we got our first snow the first weekend of October and have had several since then. Snowed last night and we probably have about 2 inches on the ground. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
Northern Ontario here, and no snow! VERY strange turn of events. I've always been shoveling at least by October if not September.
NW ON, n NO SNOW yet got clouds, rain not overly low temps either, wierd weather indeed got me shovel ready too
Windy but rather warm compared to what it should be this time of year. The planet is a bit broken
I'm in AL - I'm new to town and apparently snow is rare. But I come from sunny South Africa so would love to see some snow!
by CASE1WORKER6 years ago
Last week was so hot we nearly had a bar b que- now today the snow is coming down , heavily- what's the weather like where you are?I am in the centre of England
by manlypoetryman8 years ago
Now to you Northernors (and those around the globe that have mucho snow!)...even those in Dallas (PDH). That may be no big deal...but down here...especially this early (Dec. 4)...our winter is barely starting! ...
by Benji Mester9 years ago
It's 75 degrees in San Diego this evening, in early February mind you. And that, friends, is just awesome
by TheHoleStory3 years ago
Are you tired of all of the snow yet?
by kephrira7 years ago
My google traffic took a big hit recently, like other people here, going down around 50%. I hope I don't jinx it with this thread , but it seems to have started slowly climbing back up over the last few days. I don't...
by Joan Whetzel5 years ago
Do you live in a place where it snows? Do you get White Christmas's?
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