December 2015 is on track to be the warmest in 135 years of weather record-keeping in the Kitchener area. And there's a good chance this month may end up with the least snowfall in more than a century.
"We're sort of in uncharted territory: there's never been a December before like this," said Geoff Coulson, a meteorologist at Environment Canada. "It's not just breaking records. 'Shattered' is a better way to describe it."
Above-normal temperatures are expected to continue well in to January, if long-range forecasts hold true. '
i mean, we have had some snow in the last couple days, but generally speaking we should have snowplows going all the time and huge mountains of snow at the end of driveways by now..
lol not even close!
Just Plain Nuts.