Winter's Finally Arrived on the Prairies

Well, we held out as long as we could. Forecast for the upcoming week is snow and lows of -10 Celsius (that's about 14 Fahrenheit) with overnight lows of -20 (-4 Fahrenheit) with the wind chill. Winter’s a-coming.

My fall jackets got moved to the basement this weekend, and my snowpants came out of the closet.

Casey booties came out of hibernation too (much to her chagrin).

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Comment by Carla on November 15, 2010 at 4:48pm
We got some snow in October, but it didn't stick around. We usually get snow in December, and then it sticks around until April/May.

Casey perks up in the fall with the chill, but come January/February we regularly get several days-long stretches of -20 to -30 Celsius weather (about -4 to -22 Fahrenheit) and then she can't walk more than a minute or two without lifting her paws in pain. Even with the booties, -22/23 Celsius is about her limit when she's obviously physically uncomfortable outside.
Comment by Susan Stanton on November 15, 2010 at 4:31pm
whoa, that's chilly! I find my guys just perk up so in the fall and winter, and droop in the humid summer. No snow yet?
Comment by Natalie, Lance &Tucker on November 15, 2010 at 11:52am
Brrrrrrr.....its getting colder here by the day, but not that cold yet!!! Winter is on its way here :( The only thing I look forward to is seeing Lance in the snow!!

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