From the bloggers at Travel with Kevin and Ruth
That’s what I was thinking to myself as I watched the snowflakes coming down yesterday.
They had been calling for a big rainstorm starting yesterday afternoon, but at the last minute they changed it to snow. And they called for between 3-7 cms (1-3 inches)!
Sure enough, the big wet flakes started to accumulate on the ground.
It’s not out of the question to get snow towards the end of October here in the Ottawa area, but it’s not really what you would call “normal”. Normal highs for the this time of year are around 10C (50F), and in fact they’re now saying that it’s going to 12C (55F) tomorrow, so it’s all going to melt.
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