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Well, less than a week after enjoying 27 degree Celsius temperature (80 deg. F) we are dealing with this in Alberta,Canada. We still have a couple of runs scheduled to get the old cars out on and normally we are clear to do that in these parts until mid-October. This should be gone in a couple of days however.

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I feel for you.

The highs in Vegas are now only in the double digits (30s C.)

It is time to bring out the winter sandals.

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Is a small, light September snowfall really rare in your part of Canada?

Even parts of the northern United States can have one

light snow in September.

 

Even at the end of August, the low temperature can

occasionally be 40 degrees in northern Pennsylvania.

Thanks for sharing the experience from an area I haven't frequented.

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I can remember the western plains of Montana being coated with a light dusting of snow just after Labor Day.  As I recall, this was in 1970(?).

 

Another reason I live in Florida.

 

Cheers,

Grog

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3 hours ago, John_S_in_Penna said:

Is a small, light September snowfall really rare in your part of Canada?

Even parts of the northern United States can have one

light snow in September.

 

Even at the end of August, the low temperature can

occasionally be 40 degrees in northern Pennsylvania.

Thanks for sharing the experience from an area I haven't frequented.

Nope, it's not uncommon but it is however a bummer.

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