Yesterday it was 19 degrees c. Today there are 150 km/h winds, wet heavy snow. All the highways are closing. There are semis (tractor trailers) blown over on their sides. The sides of the highway are full of parked cars who apparently don't listen to the weather warnings. A farmers windows blew into his house, the barn roof blew away.
If someone would like to trade houses, I'm up for it. Apply now, while I still have a roof.
Eeek, I'll stick to my corner of Britain thanks. At least here we're not blanketed with snow for months at a time during the winter.
Just copied this from Saskatoon Star Phoenix
"The wind forced employees at the city’s SGI building to be evacuated after the building was swaying in the wind"
by David R Bradley 8 years ago
Why do so many of these questions not only suck but completely and utterly suck?
by MikesFreeInfo 9 years ago
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)
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by Sp Greaney 6 years ago
Why are some people able to see both sides of an argument?Are you a peacemaker.
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