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From Q107 this morning.
"Invironment Canada is predicting a mild winter in the east and west and a normal winter in Ontario and Quebec."

Normal is GOOD! :banana:
 

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Ok now I'm officially pumped, just heard the facts on CTV news from enviro Canada. "Average winter for Ontario" average is just what I want to hear, not overly cold not overly warm just right down the middle :div20:


Now if I just quit drinking and smoking I can afford to fuel the sleds :help:
 

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Ya the corn cobs were high on the stalks, the potatoes were browner, lots of bees. warm summer, garanteed to have 10 feet and 6 blizzards starting october 5 and ending april 15. :frech11:
 

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Ok, this is hearsay .. but it makes sense to me..

Here goes:

Apparently that due to the great warm summer we've had, the majority of lakes are much warmer than usual (Lake Ontario was 10-15 degrees above norm).

What does that mean?

Some nerd over on dootalk stated "Earth Sciences 101" - warmer lakes in the winter means more steam rises off them. Steam rises into the cold air = great moisture in the air, and we know that clouds can only handle so much before it falls back to the ground in cold weather as .... SNOW!

ok guys, hope I got you excited!! :) :snowfall:
 

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A consistent snowy winter would be nice.
 
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