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This is what the cold looks like

This is what the cold looks like –

Cold air moving .

 

This is what the cold looks like –

Catching the cold.

 

 

 

 

 

This is what the cold looks like –

Entering, the cold stomps tingling feet.

 

 

This is what the cold looks like

When the snow blanket is thin,

As the morning windchill

Scratches a minus 27 Celsius

on your cheeks and chin –

Oh, such lovely colours.


When it Snowed in Late November

 

 

The snow from November 29 quickly became a memory as mild temperatures and heavy rain washed it away. In the last couple of days snow returned with below normal temperatures. How long this will last, and what will be the degree of fluctuation in daily conditions is being heatedly debate, even among the meteorologists. We have been guaranteed weather for the foreseeable future.

 


Roof Top Views: December Snow

 

 

 


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