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To: Old_Sparky who wrote (5418)11/9/2019 7:41:36 PM
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Since it has not happened before in the time since we started keeping records, I thought it was noteworthy. I can't verify this, but someone told me it was the first dry Hallowe'en in Vancouver in 18 years.

Although I have not lived in Alberta since I was 4, I have experienced snow in Calgary in all 12 months, so nothing surprises me about your weather.

One time I was playing in the Canadian Ultimate Championships in Calgary in early August. At halftime I looked around and noticed it was simultaneously sunny, raining, very windy, hailing, and sleeting, with thunder and lightning off in the distance -- lots of weather!

We are back to a normal November here now -- it is raining and windy. I'll take that over cols any day.