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Let It Snow?
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Posted 11/23/14 , edited 11/23/14
I haven't been to school for a week because of snow days.(CANADA!!!)
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Posted 11/23/14
I Love snow But Were i live (North Carolina) we rarely get snow just the cold like it's going to snow.lol but nothing but when we do i love snowball fights as they are very epic something like that
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39 / M / Florida
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Posted 11/23/14
While it has flurried lightly here in sunny Florida eons ago, you aren't really missing anything being in a place with or without snow aside from extra work.
I enjoyed living in Arizona because I could drive 2+ hours and get to in-state snow, mostly to ski, but played around a bit. We also had a few flurries while I was living in Phoenix.
I was in Illinois and Virginia during Navy training and my duty stations in winter, and because of it being military, it made snow even less fun, too much ice, made travel difficult, and lots of clean-up.
It did snow on us when I took my trip to Japan this last February, of course I'm more playful and my friend I was staying with isn't, so many snowballs were not thrown...
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M / Holland
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Posted 11/23/14
It used to snow alot here, but last year it didn't. I've heard that it's going to snow in a few weeks, but I'm not certain that that's really going to happen. I like snow though. It's beautiful to see in my opinion.
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23 / M / Anchorage Alaska
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Posted 11/23/14
I live in alaska usually theres lots of snow by halloween but this year its weird theres hardly any snow but its just really cold.
Posted 11/23/14
^ It is beautiful! Where i live, it gets extremely cold & it snows a lot! I'd rather have a deadly winter over summer, lmao.
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Posted 11/23/14 , edited 11/23/14
We occasionally get snow where I live now. I did have most of my childhood snow free with endless sunny days, gentle breezes and warm downpours. If we do get snow this winter most likely it won't be for christmas. January or February are the months most likely to have a bit of snow. In central and up north its a different story. Then when we do get a little snow (emphasis on little), things get chaotic here. Most of the city got rid of their snow ploughs years ago so they depend on salting the roads which works in certain conditions and temperatures but not in others times. Last time people were on foot because it was too slippery to drive on some hill slopes. Part of the city shut down, schools stayed close because they couldn't guarantee enough staff had transport to get to work and safety worries in the playgrounds. They'd only registered a few inches of snow and that was the result. It was pretty but it was embarrassing.
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