Friday, December 19, 2008
White Christmas for all of Canada?
It's definitely feeling a lot like winter here on Whidbey Island. This morning I awoke to 15 degrees Fahrenheit and about six inches of snow. Brrrrr! You can see pictures in my Seattle P-I blog.
But according to the weather peeps, things are supposed to warm up in the Pacific Northwest by Christmas. I'm off to New York with my hubby to celebrate the holiday with our son, and it's now snowing there!
So what about a Canadian White Christmas? Environment Canada says that for the first time since 1971, all of Canada may get a White Christmas. Read more about it in The Vancouver Sun.
Taking care of snow in Quebec City
Photo by Sue Frause
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