Prairies getting hit by a ‘snow train’ this winter, Old Farmer’s Almanac says

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“That’s not a technical term, but we couldn’t figure out a better way to describe the series of storms we expect to chug through the prairies.'

Various farmer’s almanacs have released their winter predictions and according to the two most popular, the prairies are in for above-average snow.June snowfall on the Okanagan Connector

“That’s not a technical term, but we couldn’t figure out a better way to describe the series of storms we expect to chug through the prairies starting in December and going until March,” said Jack Burnett, the managing editor at thePhoto courtesy of the Old Farmer's Almanac In exchange for the buckets of snow, the lower two-thirds of Saskatchewan will get above-normal temperatures.

 

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Don’t want to hear no more doom and gloom......thank you very much......🙏🙏🇨🇦🇨🇦❤️❤️

globalnews Couldn’t help have some fun with this. But seriously hope everyone stay safe during this time.

globalnews Nooooo

globalnews So just like Manitoulin Island every year.

globalnews Bu ...bu ... but .. but ... CLIMATE CHANGE!!!

LOL...everybody on the snow train!! O, Canada! Don’t ever change.

considering your writing team appears to have the ability of that of a dung beetle - we get it

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