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:
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!
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