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Winter is coming!
 
Swehall  posted on Oct 31, 2013 9:25:07 AM - Report post

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If you lived in Sweden you wouldn't love winter so much.

Why? I absolutley adore snow, try to live in Israel with 8 months of summer with unbelivible heat levels and high humidity, it's hell on earth, trust me Sweden is much better.

I'll gladly trade that with our 4 months of -10 C.

 
ServiusTheBear  posted on Oct 31, 2013 10:08:36 AM - Report post

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Well supposedly it was supposed to hit the UK early with snow. But nope. I hope we do get some snow at least. But not tones. Plus I hope the temp does not drop down to what it was a few years ago. -23c. Personally I can handle it but. Points to me ol folks and the new kittens. I would be worried over them.
 
LordVenator  posted on Oct 31, 2013 12:06:32 PM - Report post

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People complaining about -10 and -23. You're free to stay with me for 3-4 months when the temperatures fall below -30 and stay there, even though we're a part of southern Europe.
 
ServiusTheBear  posted on Oct 31, 2013 12:43:00 PM - Report post

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People complaining about -10 and -23. You're free to stay with me for 3-4 months when the temperatures fall below -30 and stay there, even though we're a part of southern Europe.

Only reason we *****ed about ours. Cause we never expected it and it pretty much shut our town down for a few months lol. Man what would take 15 mins to get to pretty much x4. I hated that.

 
Bes  posted on Oct 31, 2013 1:45:06 PM - Report post

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Where I live averages 200 inches of snow a year. Here's the wikipedia entry for my area:

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The Upper Peninsula has a humid continental climate (Dfb in the Köppen climate classification system). The Great Lakes have a great effect on most of the peninsula. Winters tend to be long, cold, and snowy for most of the peninsula, and because of its northern latitude, the daylight hours are short— around 8 hours between sunrise and sunset in the winter. Lake Superior has the greatest effect on the area, especially the northern and western parts. Lake-effect snow causes many areas to get in excess of 100–250 inches (250–640 cm) of snow per year—especially in the Keweenaw Peninsula and Gogebic County, and to a lesser extent Baraga, Marquette and Alger counties, making the western U.P. a prominent part of the midwestern snow belt. Records of 390 inches (990 cm) of snow or more have been set in many communities in this area. The Keweenaw Peninsula averages more snowfall than almost anywhere in the United States—more than anywhere east of the Mississippi River and the most of all non-mountainous regions of the continental United States. Because of the howling storms across Lake Superior, which cause dramatic amounts of precipitation, it has been said that the lake-effect snow makes the Keweenaw Peninsula the snowiest place east of the Rockies. Herman averages 236 inches (600 cm) of snow every year. Lake-effect snow can cause blinding whiteouts in just minutes, and some storms can last days. Han**** is found frequently on lists of the Snowiest Cities in America.

I live in Gogebic County. Winter here is literally just one continuous blizzard for the most part. Sunny days are few and far between. The town I live in, Ironwood, has SIX ski resorts within an hour of it. Two of which are in Ironwood itself. Our winter usually lasts from late November to early April and is almost always brutal all the way through. It's completely normal to wake up to two feet of new snow outside and still be heading off to work and school.

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