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More Cold and Snpw on the Prairie.

By: plapman , 3:37 PM GMT on November 25, 2007

Today will bring periods of light snow ending this afternoon then cloudy as the winds become northerly at 20 km/h this afternoon. A high of -3 is expected.
Tonight will bring more clouds and a 60% chance of flurries overnight. A low of -17 is forecst.

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2. nsphotog
6:04 PM GMT on November 25, 2007
Hi there Tony,
You have my permission to keep the snow in the west,don't feel that you have to share with the rest of us LOL.It's nice and mild here and expected to stay warm for the next few days.....we're not complaining about that at all.

Take care and have a good week,
Al in the east
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1. Alleyoops
4:49 PM GMT on November 25, 2007
Dang Tony, don't mind the snow but I hate the hellish winds that can come with it.. BURRRR!!! Keep safe and warm dear one.
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