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Canada's Best Forecaster Says Winter Will Last Longer Than Normal

Don't put away your coats just yet.
Canada's Best Forecaster Says Winter Will Last Longer Than Normal

I hope you didn't put away your winter coat just yet because winter is far from over in Canada. 

Earlier this week, Chief Meteorologist Chris Scott predicted that Springtime will arrive late this year, which means we have a lot more winter weather to suffer through.

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This year's winter is going to linger on a little longer than usual and what's even worse, once springtime comes along it's going to be cold and very unpredictable.

March and April will be much colder than normal, and there's still a lot of snow on the way.

Let's not forget that March is statistically the worst month for snowstorms, and this year they say we will see an even stormier month than what we normally see. 


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