posted on Oct, 12 2006 @ 02:41 PM
I live in London, Ontario. It's the middle of October when the autumn leaves are supposed to be at their most colorful. So I look out my window
and, lo and behold, what do I see? SNOW.
The weather service had predicted rain with a possibility of snow flurries. All I can say is that what is taking place right outside of my window --
right now -- has to be a Guiness record ; The largest, fluffiest, biggest snow flurry of all time. It's snowing so hard right now that I can barely
see the house right across the street!
Yeah, I know, this is Canada but, hey, it also happens to be October. Frankly, I can't remember a time when it has "flurried" this hard, this
early. Does this portend a "hard winter"?