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I'm So Over Winter..

I live in Northern NY.

This winter has been brutal. The temperatures below zero on a regular basis. Tonight we are looking at -45 windchills. In addition, we have snow banks that are at least 5-6 feet high. You can even see safely when pulling out of driveways or intersections. I teach and our schools are all out of snow days.

The irony of this situation is that when the weather is better in April, we will now have to be in school because we used too many snow days. I am all about student safety and not complaining that we had snow days, but as for winter...I think I've just reached a point of it getting me down. I've had enough.

It's hard for everyone. How is winter where you live?


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ViperGirl85 wrote on February 15, 2015, 10:28 PM

I'm in Maryland and it's been cold. It snowed last night and we're due for a bit more this week. I'm SO ready for spring.

Vitta wrote on February 15, 2015, 10:50 PM

I live in tropical Malaysia. The weather here is warm all year long. Snow is something that I only experienced when I travelled on holiday to the US. Strange how while I complain of it being too hot you on the other hand have cold to bear. I could do with some snow!

wolfgirl569 wrote on February 15, 2015, 11:10 PM

I am in Ohio and we are tired of it here also. Below zero tonight before figuring in the wind chill again.

crowntower wrote on February 16, 2015, 4:37 AM

we don't have snow but it is very cold at night and in the morning but right now the temperature is rising up and I don't feel the cold at 8am. I guess summer is coming, I just hope frought will not come when it is already summer. God bless.

angelinavh wrote on February 16, 2015, 4:18 PM

I'm in Montreal and the prediction for tonight are about the same has yours, I cannot wait for warmer weater

Hollyhocks100 wrote on February 23, 2015, 7:09 AM

Spain must be having one of the worst winters on record, if it´s not snow its flooding and cyclonic explosions.