I live in Los Angeles it's a Desert here, however we have tall mountains which get snow.
It's kind of cool, surf in the morning Skiing in the After Noon. After all we have 3 ski resorts with 2 hours from Downtown LA.
Big Bear, one of the busiest Ski resorts in the World. (not saying best, just most visited.)
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Unfortunately I live in an island and it only snows in the "mountains".
It's snowing like no tomorrow here in Ontario, Canada. This is the first major snow of the year, so far we have only have flurries.
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I live in Minnesota. We haven't got a good snowy winter here in like 3 years. Really bums me out. The only reason I put up with this place is for the snow, and without that all there is is dead trees, dead grass, and unbearably humid summers.
Scotland, near Edinburgh, only a light dusting of snow, sadly.
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I hate snow. Wisconsin sucks
Originally Posted by kasath
Here in middle of Sweden we have like 30 - 50 cm of snow wich i am gratefull for.
Yesterday and the day before i got to ride my snowmobile like 100km aprox.
Today it is to cold to work (-27*C)(-16,6*f), sadly it is to cold to go snowmobiling to, otherwise i would not be here now^^
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Eindhoven, The Netherlands here.
and it's snowing for the first time this year (in this part of the country atleast)
DONT WANNA GO TO WORK
well where i am it's currently 39 degrees ...... CELSIUS!
it never, ever, never, EVER! Snows in Brisbane. Impossible. Only extreme heat, hail, total shit storms and mass flooding.
No snow here (Thank god)
Hate being cold, Hate the slipping and sliding around, I hate having to go out in it and its more slush than snow.
if I could move to a warm country for the whole season I would, and I would not come back.
Sadly I forgot to buy winter tires for my bicycle before the snow fell a few days ago.
I was hoping I'd get a few more days without snow.
Oh well, guess it's time to stock up on blankets and hot chocolate.
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We get some nasty blizzards here due to lake effect snow since I literally live right beside a few of the great lakes. Makes the weather pretty wonky too. A few days ago we got over a foot of snow, another few inches the next day. Then today it was so warm half it melted. Then it freezes again at night and the roads are like skating rinks, I literally could skate on my street right now. Next time there's a big storm though I'll remember to take some pics for this thread.
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It started snowing here for the first time this year but none of it stuck around