CTV.ca | Will Canada see its first white Christmas since '71?The first day of winter brought wind-chill warnings, snow and a bevy of storms to cities across Canada on Sunday, potentially laying the groundwork for the first cross-country white Christmas in nearly four decades.
Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips told CTV Newsnet that "it looks like a very good chance" it will be a white Christmas for all parts of Canada for the first time since 1971.
It's been an early and severe winter throughout North America. When it snows in Houston, New Orleans, and Las Vegas in December, you know the more northern areas of the continent are getting pounded.
Will it continue for the remainder of the winter? Who knows, we'll all have to wait and see.
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