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New Yorkers Say They Have The Coldest Winter Ever - And Canadians Are Laughing Their Butts Off

Date February 19, 2018

Millions of people in different regions of the world are trying to survive the winter. But we're a little bit curious, who's having it the worst? New York or Toronto?

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A weather breakdown

Overall, the United States was expected to experience a much colder winter than the year before. Both regions would reportedly not have a worse weather than the average, but it should definitely be cold enough for you to take some extra precaution.

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Weather reports predicted that for Canada especially, there will be colder days on February 16-19, March 1-3, and March 20-23.

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Earlier weather predictions implied that the Canadian winter would not be so bad this year. But considering that Toronto had a record-breaking low of -22° C in December, it's safe to say that this was not the case.

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Speaking of expectations, meteorologists have warned that those in Toronto should expect a really cold weather in February/March.

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Is this prediction coming true?

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As for New York City, things were a little bit more optimistic. Last week, a Winter Storm Watch for NYC was predicted for Saturday/Sunday, and snow was predicted to be at its heaviest between Saturday night through early Sunday morning.

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However, the report is that things are about to get warmer overall in the city.

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Of course, those who predict the weather will always do so using the information they have. But since we are already a couple of months into the winter in these two regions, we have a pretty good idea how things turned out to be.

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So, does NYC have a colder winter this year? Or is Canada still leading in terms of record-breaking, teeth-chattering cold? Well, guys, share your views in the comment below.

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