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The World may have not ended as i thought it wouldn't, still where i live in Toronto the city is changing and i do not like how the weather is changing its not neutral.
Originally posted by DOLCOTT
Not to be picky but the word is spelled regards, if you were in Quebec I would understand. Enjoy the weather it will be 29 tomorrow morning in Florida, agreed the weather is becoming unusual.
Despite being cold, extended snow free periods occur in most winter seasons. Average winter snowfall is 133.1 cm (52.4 in) at the weather station in Downtown Toronto and 115.4 cm (45.43 in) at the airport.
February 2008 set a record a snowfall record for the month with 76.8 cm (30.2 in) falling at the airport. The winter of 2007−08 brought accumulated seasonal snowfall totals of 209.7 cm (82.6 in) downtown and 194.0 cm (76.4 in) at the airport. The heavy winter snows, in combination with record rains during June–July of that year made 2008 the wettest year on the climate record with over 1,070 mm (42.1 in) of total precipation.
On the opposite extreme, the winter of 2011-12 had the lowest seasonal snowfall total with 41.0 cm (16.1 in). March 2012 was the warmest March on record. The least snowfall in a calendar year was 2006, with only 32.4 cm (12.8 in). The El Nino influenced winter of 2009-10 had 52.4 cm (20.6 in), March 2010 recorded no measurable snow, the first such occurrence in any March since 1946, this was followed by the warmest April on record.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by eyeinoz
the 9mag quake that struck japan shifted the earths tilt a bit
No it didn't.