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What happened to the Winter in Canada .. It is almost spring and we had 3 little snowfall .. WTH

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posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 09:03 AM
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bonjour mes amis! I'm here in Toronto and although I've recognized this winter to be atypical, I've enjoyed the fact that I've only picked up my snow shovel once this entire season!

I'm leaving my snow tires on though... don't want to jinx anything!


Quebec is having a mild winter too? I was born in DDO and visit Quebec regularly. I remember days when you'd have to shovel your way out of the house the drifts would be so high. Tabernooosh!

Hopefully the summer isn't scorching!




posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 09:06 AM
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Originally posted by fattyp
bonjour mes amis! I'm here in Toronto and although I've recognized this winter to be atypical, I've enjoyed the fact that I've only picked up my snow shovel once this entire season!

I'm leaving my snow tires on though... don't want to jinx anything!


Quebec is having a mild winter too? I was born in DDO and visit Quebec regularly. I remember days when you'd have to shovel your way out of the house the drifts would be so high. Tabernooosh!

Hopefully the summer isn't scorching!


tabernoosh


me neither .. didnt use my shovel

very abnormal winter .. most of the days were actualy hot compare to the minus 30 we usualy get
for me it my kind of weather.. wouldnt change it for what we had before

Ya if this winter was hot .. cant imagine our summer



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 09:22 AM
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During fall, most farmers covered their strawberry feilds with plastic strips to protect the soil from overfreezing because of the lack of snow, wich provide a natural blanket in winter. Somehow they knew.

The "tabernoosh" warms my heart.


And don't worry about feets & foots.

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posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 09:46 AM
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Originally posted by Ben81

Originally posted by chrismir

Originally posted by syrinx high priest
I think it's the atlantic ocean. the NOA. it's new to me, but I think it's like el nino, la nina, there is a positive one and a negative one.

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El Nino and La Nina are actually events that influence weather patterns. OA and NOA are just ways of describing weather patterns.


El nino has nothing to do with this huge temperature rise
and the huge temperature drop in europe that already killed 600 people


Where did I claim El Nino has anything to do this temperature rise/drop? All I'm pointing out is difference between El Nino/La Nina and OA/NOA in reaction to syrinx who is comparing both.



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 11:02 AM
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Originally posted by chrismir

Originally posted by Ben81

Originally posted by chrismir

Originally posted by syrinx high priest
I think it's the atlantic ocean. the NOA. it's new to me, but I think it's like el nino, la nina, there is a positive one and a negative one.

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El Nino and La Nina are actually events that influence weather patterns. OA and NOA are just ways of describing weather patterns.


El nino has nothing to do with this huge temperature rise
and the huge temperature drop in europe that already killed 600 people


Where did I claim El Nino has anything to do this temperature rise/drop? All I'm pointing out is difference between El Nino/La Nina and OA/NOA in reaction to syrinx who is comparing both.


Ah sorry .. my mistake
didnt understand your though at first



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 11:10 AM
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This IS crazy.

I went back East for Christmas and all the grass in NB, NS and NFLD was yellow/green...
I've NEVER witnessed this ever.

Living in Calgary now, I've endured MASSIVE cold streaks of -30 for 2 weeks (Then the Chinooks roll in and it's +10 for a week


YET we only had 2 days of below -25



posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 11:13 AM
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I used to remember -30C temps were common. The funny thing is that now when it gets to -11C, they issue an "extreme cold weather" alert


Get used to the new normal I guess.



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 01:13 AM
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Originally posted by Nicolas Flamel
I used to remember -30C temps were common. The funny thing is that now when it gets to -11C, they issue an "extreme cold weather" alert


Get used to the new normal I guess.


Yes .. thats is the new normal .. our new winters
next one will probably have the same temperature

Im happy now

i hate our canadian winter
so much snow to shovel and trouble starting the car at the morning
with a inch of ice on the front windows
that is very hard to remove



posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 10:07 PM
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UPDATE: now we are in the middle of the fourth snowfall
probably be the last one and the biggest one

30 cm in total that fallen in less then one day
the snow is very heavy .. its the kind of snow you can build a snowman with it

Any in the US have updates on how many inch they have receive so far ?



posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 10:09 PM
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My Mom in Missouri just got off the phone with me, and she said the Frogs were chirping and bugs were singing, and apparently it is Spring where she lives. Earliest Spring she can remember. It is supposed to be down in the 30 degree range tonight, but it's been warming up nicely each day.

It was well over 70 degrees today in Atlanta and in Tallahassee. I was in both, LOL! Long day.



posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 10:18 PM
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Arizona REALLY sucks. It is hot here most of the year. The few months of winter are greatly looked forward to.
This year we did not get a winter. I had my heater on once this year for three hours. That was it.
It is already in the 80's. My grass never turned brown and dormant this year.

My bushes had flowers a month ago. My ornamental grass was growing a month ago. The Bees are here ,
and the MOSQUITOS! This is nuts for Feb. We are calling it the year without a winter here.

Now I fear an even HOTTER summer, more bugs. Something is not rite.
I think the theory that the entire universe is heating up makes the most sense to me.
I think there are those who know what is going on, and nothing is being said. They will use it all as an excuse to lower the population if it is bad.

The North of AZ did not gets its snow this year for the ski resort either.



posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 10:19 PM
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hey Ben
Very easy winter so far here on Georgian Bay North of TO,
The ice fishing has been not too shabby...Though not much of a year for sledding

I bought the webbot report for 2012 in december '11
Back then for this winter it forcast that there would two big cold periods centered somewhat west of the great lakes.
It forcast that there would be spring like conditions in between those two periods,
which I heard is occurring in the mid west so far.
I think it indicates the second cold period will be very late spring

side note
It forcast the worst for fucushima and the pacific ( it forcast the death of that ocean well before fucushima)
and something big internationally mar 2 to 9


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posted on Feb, 26 2012 @ 12:06 PM
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Here in central NY Clinton area, had high winds when we got roughly two to three inches of snow. Threw in a couple pics to show what we had last year and this year. Kinda new to uploading pics here, so sorry if this don't come out right.






posted on Feb, 26 2012 @ 12:20 PM
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Originally posted by hisshadow
it's not just canada, its the usa too. When I was little, Georgia would have bitter cold winters starting back in september. We haven't had any cold yet, even the grass is still green like summer.

and damn its hot.. 110-120 during the summer, and this winter its been like 80 every day.

Sigh.. I miss winter...




Missouri too, as a life long resident, for whatever reasons, natural or not, this winter has been extremely unusually mild. With climate and weather engineering technologies appearing to be used on a regular basis who can tell anymore what's 'natural' vs 'synthethic' weather events.



posted on Feb, 26 2012 @ 12:40 PM
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Just had reports of some friends seeing their first Robin of the spring.
This is the earliest I can remember them being this early in years.



posted on Feb, 26 2012 @ 12:56 PM
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I remember my grandparents talking about a year almost all snow and also a year or two with almost no snow. That's backed by 70- 80 years of living in Maine. I'm sure it happens every so often...



posted on Feb, 26 2012 @ 01:04 PM
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I think it indicates the second cold period will be very late spring


Yes, those who are unfamiliar with climate/weather engineering can take this with the appropriate grain of salt but I would suggest if one has plants/ crops /trees-- that will be allowed to bud and flower duing this 'warm spell' and then will decimated by the following cold snap-- to have appropriate covers available to protect their crops.




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posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 01:09 AM
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whats up ats just wanted to comment i live in the U.S. i live in new england and we too here have had know winter
we had 1 storm in october a bad 1 i was without power for almost a week.but since that early storm for us here,we have not accumulated any snow. i forget which post i was reading on ats but it was saying the strange weather was do to the fact that magnetic north pole is moving faster than anticipated by over 40+ miles a year and is heading northwest towards siberia.in my opinion were all in for some weird changes soon.



posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 01:18 AM
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Well here in central North Dakota we have finally gotten our first major snowfall of the year, about 9" over the last 4 days. Funny thing is 2 weeks ago it was in the mid 40's. Sure beats the -40 degrees and 100" of snowfall last year.



posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 01:32 AM
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My mom in the Saguenay was very upset this year. Last year, snowmobiling season was a whole month late, starting in November. This year it started in late December, she did not even bother buying permits since the winter would be too short. Spring has been appearing earlier every year. Here in Virginia we had 1 snowfall that did not stay and they had predicted tons for us. It definitely feels like spring. I always thought Canada was too cold anyway, my parents may be sitting on some prime real estate 10 years from now!

The planet is definitely going through a shift, we can all admit to a physical shift. The winds are changing.

If Al Gore was right, we're only at the beginning of the ride as things start to go happen exponentially faster. Weee, attache ta tuque avec d'la broche!



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