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[VIDEO] The Day Orange Snow Fell From The Sky

Here in Canada we are very familar with the white stuff. Other parts of the world get their fair share of it too, but on this day it fell with a hint of Orange.

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Is It Safe To Eat Desserts Made Out Of Snow?

Pinterest and Instagram are full of recipes that use snow—things like snow cones, slushy cocktails, and DIY ice cream. And while frozen margaritas sure sound like an ideal way to make the best of a blizzard, is it even safe

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Most Canadians Will Have White Christmas, Meteorologist Says

The Weather Network says most Canadians dreaming of a white Christmas will have something to celebrate this year.   Chief Meteorologist Chris Scott says large swaths of the country will see at least two centimetres of snow on the ground

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Wicked Weather In The City

Ottawa, Gatineau and the surrounding areas are expected to see between five and 10 centimeters snow before the day is over. 

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Snow In November In Tokyo For First Time In 54 Years

Tokyo residents woke up Thursday to the first November snowfall in more than 50 years. And the Japan Meteorological Agency said it was the first time fallen snow on the ground was observed in November since such records started to

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