November is the new October

Or so you might think if you lived in Winnipeg.

For as long as I can remember, October 31st has marked two important events: Hallowe’en, of course, and the moment when the snow falls in Winnipeg and decides to stay until the spring.

Not so this year, however.On the contrary, as I’ve previously mentioned, it snowed in early October.  Since then, it’s been positively delightful and no more so than this past weekend, when the mercury touched +11.

I’m not joking.

Better still, the long-range forecast (as reliable as the stock market, I know) has us hovering at or around plus-ten-temperatures well into the week.

Take that, Ottawa-dwelling weather snobs!


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