I just wanted to briefly talk about our unusual weather here in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, specifically St. John's, the capital city. To put it briefly, we haven't been getting much snow. Just to be clear, I am not complaining! Newfoundland is one of the snowiest places in the world overall and it can become quite a nuisance having to shovel every couple of days. So, this year we are rather lucky. We've only had really one major snowfall this season. We had some smaller ones, but nothing really worth mentioning.
As mentioned before, we have been known to get massive amounts of snow on occasion - a primary example being a weather event dubbed "Snowmageddon" which happened mid-January last year. In that snowfall, we received upwards of 93cm in the metro region. One for the record books. So far though, we have been much luckier, with one main snowfall of about 35cm. Other than that we have been doing well.
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