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Friday April 4, 2014

WINNIPEG, Canada

Caption: despite today's melting under the warm sunshine, there is still a lot of snow among our houses

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6. Glaswegian
2:18 PM GMT on April 06, 2014
Thanks for the advice Cythia; I will keep it in mind! I usually have a cane these days, which helps with stability too.
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5. Glaswegian
2:15 PM GMT on April 06, 2014
Thanks for the caution Heidrun, I will take care! I think I will be able to do a bit of star pics tonight (Sunday)though.
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4. CythiaSue
3:56 AM GMT on April 06, 2014
Wow, a lot of snow remains!
After taking several falls on ice, especially from frozen thaw, I wear ice cleats on my shoes or boots, have done so for a few years now and have not taken a spill. keep a pair in your coat pocket, a spare in the car or on your favorite boots. Stop the hesitant winter shuffle and walk with confidence on snow and ice.
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3. trailhiker44
7:52 PM GMT on April 05, 2014
The melt must be tiny - the snow-walls are still quite substantial !
And yes - the nightime freeze does make for hazardous walking in the morning - be cautious when you go out early ! Maybe you need to postpone your star gazing, Bill ,LOL !
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2. Glaswegian
7:39 PM GMT on April 05, 2014
We are seeing a (tiny)melt now Bob; the trouble is the sidewalks thaw during the day, and freeze again at night, making for hazardous walking early in the day! You can't please us at all, can you Bob?
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1. bobcrunch
1:52 PM GMT on April 05, 2014
Wow! You got whacked! That was no clipper. That was an "Oklahoma Hooker", a storm from the central US that picks up Gulf moisture and turns north. We got about 20cm here in southern Minnesota.
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