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Does it even need saying?

Posted by northspruce z3a MB CDA (My Page) on
Sun, May 1, 11 at 10:56

OMG snow! Anyone else suddenly buried in fluffy white this morning? I heard it was worse out in western MB, they got more than a couple of inches.


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RE: Does it even need saying?

Can you believe that Highway #1 from Sintaluta to the Manitoba border has been closed since yesterday? I'm not sure how many miles that is, but it's got to be at least a 2 hour drive between those places. Other highways also have warnings that travel is not recommended.

Could somebody please tell this part of the world that it's May 1st !!


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  • Posted by pudge 2/3 Sask (My Page) on
    Sun, May 1, 11 at 14:45

that storm missed us by only about 20 miles - we got a skiff yesterday morning and that was it - well except for all that darn wind


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We were lucky in the north, as the storm stayed to south and central MB, so no snow here. But I have 2 family members attempting the drive home today from Wpg. Last report, slushy roads, but visibility is okay. It will be a slow stressful trip.
Today's weather is sunny but very windy and cold.


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We got rain yesterday and flurries today. The flurries are sticking. >:(


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That was the snow that was in Calgary last week :)


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You know, Shazam, you could have been more neighbourly and kept it in your own province, LOL !

We didn't get snow, but boy the wind was crazy !


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The good weather should be showing up your way though now! It was 19 here yesterday! Woot!


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