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04-11-2013, 08:28 AM
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SNOW STORM! 20 cm expected?!?! ####!

I was going to change my tires today and was brought to my attention we're getting 20 cm's of everywhere white stuff.......WTF! It's going to feel like early February this weekend!

http://www.theweathernetwork.com/wea...63?ref=homemap

I blame Bergevin and Budaj on this one... This is all on them. This is what you get when you re-sign a back up to 2 years mid-season. God Gainey would have never approved of this!

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30-35 cm in Ottawa....

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I blame Gainey on this.

What an ******

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30-35 cm in Ottawa....
not according to this.. http://www.theweathernetwork.com/wea...12?ref=homemap

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30-35 cm in Ottawa....
Environment Canada says 4 cm tonight and 10-15 tomorrow in Ottawa.

And the Weather Network is saying 5 CM tonight and 10-15 CM tomorrow.

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I thought ppl were joking at my work when they said there was gonna be a 'snow storm' Friday.

Because another guy made a joke about this LAST friday..

Weird.

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Environment Canada says 4 cm tonight and 10-15 tomorrow in Ottawa.

And the Weather Network is saying 5 CM tonight and 10-15 CM tomorrow.
Whew... it calmed down, it was really 30CM forecasted (yesterday).

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My buddy has his wedding this weekend. They were going to have it the first weekend of April, but decided to "play it safe" to avoid bad weather, so they went for mid-April.

Boom, he got Canada weather'ed.

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Being positive and hoping in turns into rain

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It's. anything from 0 to 30 cm depending on the news source, and some even say that it will only touch the northern part of the city and mainly Laval and norther.

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My buddy has his wedding this weekend. They were going to have it the first weekend of April, but decided to "play it safe" to avoid bad weather, so they went for mid-April.

Boom, he got Canada weather'ed.
Ah, that really sucks. Snow can always melt but poor guy is getting married...

Thanks for putting this in storm in perspective...

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If I see any snow, I'm booking a trip down south on Monday. **** this ****ing crap. Just horrible.


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Since I'm gonna be in Koh Similan this week-end, I'll have compassion for you and hope it will turn into rain!

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Sorry to intrude but considering the fact that the temperature will vary from 0 to -1 degree, I wouldn't worry about any snow accumulation. 20CM will fall from the sky, but not many will stay on the ground. It'll either melt when touching the ground or turn into rain from time to time therefore melting what would have stayed on the ground.

Sure sucks to see snow in mid-April, but we won't have to use our shovels until next December

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If I see any snow, I'm booking a trip down south on Monday. **** this ****ing crap. Just horrible.





Bon voyage mon ami!


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Out here in Sask it's still winter we broke our all time record for snow , I have a 4 foot snow bank in my front yard and the forecast is another 15 centimeter this weekend. Major major flooding is going to happen if it ever warms up. It was also minus 20 two nights ago...... I got the winter blues.....

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Well isn't that annoying...this winter and spring (so far) have sucked. Lots of cold this year and what seems like a lot less sunny days then normal. It seems that since the start of spring for every sunny day we get 3 cloudy/rainy ones.

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News like this makes me feel a bit better I live in Vancouver . A bit of rain but temps usually in the teens during this time of year.

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News like this makes me feel a bit better I live in Vancouver . A bit of rain but temps usually in the teens during this time of year.
Our average temperature for the month of April is about 11 degrees (obviously warmer at the end of April and cooler at the start)

Your average temperature is about 14 degrees, but with historically more rainy days

The thing that sucks about us is that our temperature fluctuates much more than yours!

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Bon voyage mon ami!
Oh hellz ya!


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Bon voyage mon ami!
Anybody notice how classy they were (back in the day) to shovel? I almost feel underdressed in comparison when i go out to shovel. Maybe I should suit up?

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i doubt we will get much accumulation

with the weather hovering above freezing point, its gonna melt off

still annoying tho

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Oh hellz ya!

just missing the 60 inch outdoor plasmas showing habs games #paradise

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Anybody notice how classy they were (back in the day) to shovel? I almost feel underdressed in comparison when i go out to shovel. Maybe I should suit up?
ya, but do you want to have a hairline on the side of your head like that guy? And didn't people back then wear the same underwear everyday ?

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We can't get rid of the ****ing winter.

I blame Carey Price.

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