The past couple of days its been around -40 here with the extreme being as low as -50!!!
.... -10° ... -40° ... -50° ... 13 inches of snow
... it's nothing but a typical winter day here in Quebec city! Since early December we get about 13 inches of snow every 5-6 days ... and for the last 3 weeks we got nothing but -40° for temperature. And that Polar Vortex you guys are having is heading our way so it will only stretch that "polar cold" a little longer for us.
Sometimes I believe that if the scenario of "The day after tomorrow" movie actually happens, only the people of Quebec will survive on the planet since we are experiencing those polar conditions every year during 3-4 months with incredible amount of snow.
Winter of 2007-2008 was our record year since we got 558cm of snow ... that's 18.31ft of "white shit". Normally a typical winter is "only"
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11ft of snow.
Good luck boys and hang on ... at least you can encourage and tell yourselves that it will be over in a couple of days ... us, we still have 3½ months to go !
Wow, that's some serious snow! I've been to areas that handle it much better than here for sure. It's not the amount, that doesn't bother me. It's the lack of plows and the lack of driving ability by most the people on the roads! Good luck with the weather Jeff, spring will be here eventually.