Il commence à faire froid le matin. Bientôt, dans un mois ou deux, ce sera la neige et le verglas !!!
It’s getting cold in the morning. Soon, in a couple of months, it will be snow and black ice !!!
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Cold does not bother me. It is the Daylight saving time change that gets me depressed. It’s so dark when one gets home after work.
I don’t mind the Daylight saving time, because I feel that eventually it does not make much of a difference. However, the cold bothers me at the beginning. Once in the heart of winter, I am used to the cold.
The only difference this yeas is that my wife and I both have our driving licenses. Now, the cold is a little bit more unbearable than before 🙂 That being said, I’ve survived 6 winter already…time flies.
Well, at least you won’t have to worry that your car won’t start in Kitchener ( not as cold as Thunder Bay or some areas in Quebec). Reason, I hated Quebec city ( here in Mtl I have a garage) because I had to park on the street and when the mercury dips below -20 C and it is windy- one has to know how to start that car w/o flooding the engine.
My worst experience was Thunderbay. Picked up a rental and could not open the driver’s side door – the smart clerk at the rental company had washed the car and left it in the parking lot ( -25 C without wind factor ) 😦
Thunderbay? It’s cold there !
When my wife and I were getting off the plane (her first time in Canada) in Frebruary 2003, it was -6˚C and she said: “It’s so cold.” My reply was: “That’s warm for February.” And the next day it was -25˚C 🙂
Yeah, January and February are the worst months because the temp can dip suddenly overnight and one is caught the next morning in a sub-zero environment. We can have a sudden snow storm in these months also.
Yes, it can be very cold in Thunderbay when it is windy. Remember it is further north from where you are.
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