Canada is split in two: on the west side, in the Vancouver area, temperatures are quite good ranging from -3 to 12 degrees (Celcius).
The situation is totally different on the east side, where the Ontario area, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island were hit with 70 centimeters of snow on Sunday.
While I’m writing this post, it’s -16 degrees in Toronto.
— Brian Higgins (@BrianHigginsCBC) February 18, 2015
— Kristy Feehan ☮ (@kristyfeehan) February 16, 2015
Cousin sent me this view of her house in Moncton, New Brunswick. pic.twitter.com/ACaaa8wFke
— Laura Bentley (@ABBestphotos) February 18, 2015
— Janelle (@teesock) February 17, 2015