SaucyKod

Monday, May 20, 2013

Victoria Day Weekend Surprise.....


The Victoria Day long weekend this year has meant shovels, icy roads and a record-breaking snowfall for many residents of central Newfoundland in Atlantic Canada.
In Gander, Newfoundland, 58 centimeters (23 inches) of snow fell between Saturday morning and Sunday night, with peak snowfall on Saturday evening.
Environment Canada meteorologists said the snowfall blew away all previous records - & how about that for your long weekend in May - when many Atlantic Canadians are planning their first long weekend of camping adventures, the weekend many move into their summer places, the first long weekend for many to plan that first fishing trip.
So, those of you that are feeling the heat of the sun in your area, please send some rays to warm up Atlantic Canada.
                                                                                                   SaucyKod


6 comments:

Red said...

This is awful! I heard about this on the news but you don't realize how bad it is until you see the pictures.

biebkriebels said...

Oh dear, that is awful to have such a lot of snow again! The weather is so strange this year, it isn't correct at all everywhere. Now you have to use your snow shovel again....

Gail said...

What a surprise!

DJan said...

That is very strange, so late in the year. Spring is almost over, after all! Yikes, Saucy... we have rain which seems much more do-able. :-)

Red Nomad OZ said...

Hang on - isn't it meant to be OUR winter?? Stop stealing all our cold and send some of it downunder to stop this endless summer we're having!!!

Have a great weekend, my friend! I'm back from some travels so am catching up with my blog reading!

Jana said...

brrrrrrrr, hope it warms very soon+you have good late spring+a fantastic summer!