Does it snow where you are in Oct-Nov ?
We would love to visit the USA & Europe and be somewhere when it is snowing ? Have a break from the heat ! Any suggestions and when does it start to Snow ? Thanks !
Alaska's Kenai Peninsula would be a great place for you to visit!
Here in Seattle, WA it usually doesn't snow between Oct-Nov. Though it gets mighty chilly. We usually see snow by Dec or Jan, or at latest by March.
I live in norther new england , Vermont ! We can get snow anytime from mid october , to mid may . October mid to late would be a good time to come here , good luck!
no it never snows in my city where i live its hot city.i think its like your city
Here in Wyoming, first snow is usually around mid-October, and it's likely to continue until April ('cept this year it hung around until June). The chance of snow can be a bit spotty down on the flats during that time, but up in the mountains it's generally snowing at least every couple of days from about September on.
In Ohio, we have long snowy winters. It usually starts snowing in early November at the latest. And it continues to snow all the way through march. Sometimes it comes earlier and sometimes it lasts longer. It always just depends on how good old mother nature is feeling.
No I am only 400 miles above the equator. If I weren't at a higher elevation (4,000') I would melt.
not too sure because I don't actually live in Europe, but I am guessing Switzerland?
Anyway, where I am living there is never any snow I am referring to South east Asia by the way!
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