And ever the twain shall meet


(England)

About as cold as it Gets

About as cold as it Gets

My favorite cold story from the time I lived in Quebec:


I'm American, so I always had trouble relating to the weather forecasts in Celsius degrees. I would have to try to translate it into Fahrenheit - not an easy piece of math first thing in the morning. Inconvenient as it was, though, it was better than the day no conversion was necessary . . . because the temperature was low enough that Celsius had "caught up" at 40 degrees below zero.

Barry's Response - So long as the Fahrenheit temperature is higher than Celsius, we're in the Warmer than -40 territory. A good place to be.

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Canada
by: Anonymous

I live in Canada! It is not as bad as you think. Yes there is some cold days but the springs and summers are beautiful.

It is hard to convert Fahrenheit and Celsius. I just can imagine.

Very informative.

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Cold Canada
by: Anonymous

Candada is very cold. I am not sure if I would want to visit in the winter. The summer would be better.

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Winter
by: Angela

Sounds like Canada can be freezing in the winter season. I can sympathize. I live in Grand Forks ND. I hear that we get colder then Canada. This year was long so we are looking forward to spring soon. When the wind blows during snow storms it creates 10 foot snow drifts over the roof tops of buildings. I am sure it does in Canada too. It is just amazing to see what mother nature can do!

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That is cold
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Canada is cold.

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