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Official Weather Thread: Historical warming and melting taking place in the Arctic

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redflagdealsguy wrote:
Mar 23rd, 2019 5:36 pm
You're probably suffering from SAD.

Get a natural light lamp and supplement with Vitamin D, you'll feel better during the winter.
No, it's not that. It started in the middle of January as soon as the weather got bad which seem to be ongoing until a couple of weeks ago. Snow, ice, freezing rain, wind storms, just on and on.
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cardle wrote:
Mar 24th, 2019 11:11 am
No, it's not that. It started in the middle of January as soon as the weather got bad which seem to be ongoing until a couple of weeks ago. Snow, ice, freezing rain, wind storms, just on and on.
This is actually the very definition of SAD. I have it pretty severe right after Christmas. Every. Single. Season.
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cardle wrote:
Mar 24th, 2019 11:11 am
No, it's not that. It started in the middle of January as soon as the weather got bad which seem to be ongoing until a couple of weeks ago. Snow, ice, freezing rain, wind storms, just on and on.
That's a clinical case of 'living in Ontario'.
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willdacanucker wrote:
Mar 24th, 2019 11:13 am
This is actually the very definition of SAD. I have it pretty severe right after Christmas. Every. Single. Season.
Honestly, it is not that. I only get it when the weather is really bad and I do have a fear when it is icy and having to walk on it. It's nothing to do with daylight hours or temperature drops.

If there was no snow I would be fine.
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cardle wrote:
Mar 24th, 2019 11:16 am
Honestly, it is not that. I only get it when the weather is really bad and I do have a fear when it is icy and having to walk on it. It's nothing to do with daylight hours or temperature drops.

If there was no snow I would be fine.
Speak to your doctor, you may indeed have SAD.
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willdacanucker wrote:
Mar 24th, 2019 11:13 am
This is actually the very definition of SAD. I have it pretty severe right after Christmas. Every. Single. Season.
Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Why did my classmates and teachers ask me if I'm sad when my dog passed away in grade 5? Weird.
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Whatever happened to OP? He was a good guy.
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Supercooled wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 1:03 am
Oh my god shit! I put on summer tires ealier this week. I hope it isn’t too bad or I’ll be in a ditch for sure.
Yeah, way too early to swap. Just don’t go out tonight and tomorrow morning and you’ll be fine.
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Rainfall warning now in effect. 15-30cm by the lake.
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mrweather wrote:
Mar 30th, 2019 1:18 pm
15-30 mm.
homersimpson.doh.gif. Lol. Yes. We would all be in big trouble if it were cm.
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It actually looks like there will barely be anything anymore. Probably just wake up to a small amount on the ground, then it melts right on the same day and that's it. It is end of March. Small overnight frozen precipitation that will melt the next day is very typical early spring weather, and totally harmless.
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