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We had a weeeee little bit of snow yesterday!! And the t° has remained under the freezing point today, so it's even been sticking around. Exciting!! They're forecasting rain for tomorrow, but still freezing temperatures, so I don't know how that will pan out. They're forecasting -8°C on Wednesday with more snow. I might finally have a tiny bit of winter!

As everybody in the know has been pointing out when seeing my icon, Québec has NOT been cold this year, except on the night when I took this picture. This icon is not a complaint about the cold, but a longing for it. Note my smile.

*** ETA: I finally went outside tonight: snow everywhere, slippery roads, some slush, boots necessary. Man, this is the climate I was raised to live in. I would certainly adapt to other climates, but I really really dig winter.

So I went to the bakery. They had just closed the cash so they couldn't sell me the loaf of wholewheat bread I wanted, which they were giving away to the food bank, but for some reason they weren't donating the scones, bread rolls and flatbreads, so I got a bag full for free. Score!

Date: 2007-01-15 08:38 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
come to quebec right now and you will get an ASSLOAD of snow, my friend. it's been snowing all afternoon.... and continues to do so, this very minute. there's probably a foot or so, and growing.

Date: 2007-01-15 10:09 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Hehe. Yeah, all the weather we get here travels to Montréal and Québec City due to the jetstreams, except that it gets multiplied by 10 by the time it gets there =) Toronto is this weird twilight zone, the "Mississauga triangle" where all snow-bearing clouds that travel between Buffalo and Montréal go off the radar...


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