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Canada Is Now Facing the Winter All Climatologists Have Been Warning About

At the beginning of winter, many citizens were confused and suspicious of how lovely the weather was because different weather reading companies had warned Canada of a very harsh upcoming winter in the summer of 2022.

All the snow and storms Canada got in November and the beginning of December was before the official start of winter, so they were a part of the fall season. The official start of winter is December 21, and many people are now seeing the beginning of a real winter.

Many flights in Ontario and Vancouver are getting cancelled because of the poor weather conditions, and WestJet’s chief operations officer, Diederik Pen, commented, “The prolonged and extreme weather events that continue to impact multiple regions across Canada are unlike anything we’ve experienced.”

Since it’s the holiday season, more than four hundred flights have been cancelled this week and approximately a hundred days in the airports of Ontario and Vancouver. “It is the worst timing to have this kind of snow event right at the holidays. We apologize. We feel for the passengers. This is not how we want to spend our time as an airport serving them, but we have made the adjustments. It is improving, and we hope we’ll be able to get more passengers connected to where they want to go.” said Tamara Vrooman, Vancouver International Airport’s president.

A winter storm will also be hitting Canada, which everyone must be ready for. The Weather Network stated that the storm would start from New Brunswick and make its way into Canada going west. “Readings will fall behind the storm as cooler air moves into Atlantic Canada, with several days of cooler-than-seasonal temperatures expected. Conditions will turn mild again by New Year’s Eve.” Announced the Weather Network.

Even in Manitoba, the temperatures have been very low, and weather forecasting companies have been warned not to go outside. This winter will be harsh on Canadians, but look out for each other, dress warm, and when temperatures are less intense, enjoy what winter can offer with snow-based activities and the variety of fantastic festivals across the country.


– Halla Alhamed, U Multicultural

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of U Multicultural

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