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Hot chocolate weather has arrived

Posted on December 13, 2016 by 40 Mile Commentator
Photo by Jamie Rieger- The blustery, cold weather has arrived in southeast Alberta, with people once again getting accustomed to wind chill factors and shoveling snow. Temperatures should start moving up the thermometer, at least a little, by week's end. Pictured: Norman Smith was one of many people out clearing their walks and driveways of the fresh snow on Sunday.
Photo by Jamie Rieger- Even Pinto McBean looked like he should be trading in his cowboy hat for a toque and his bandana for a wool scarf last week.

Photo by Jamie Rieger- Even Pinto McBean looked like he should be trading in his cowboy hat for a toque and his bandana for a wool scarf last week.

Photo by Jamie Rieger- The blustery, cold weather has arrived in southeast Alberta, with people once again getting accustomed to wind chill factors and shoveling snow. Temperatures should start moving up the thermometer, at least a little, by week's end. Pictured: Norman Smith was one of many people out clearing their walks and driveways of the fresh snow on Sunday.

Photo by Jamie Rieger- The blustery, cold weather has arrived in southeast Alberta, with people once again getting accustomed to wind chill factors and shoveling snow. Temperatures should start moving up the thermometer, at least a little, by week’s end. Pictured: Norman Smith was one of many people out clearing their walks and driveways of the fresh snow on Sunday.

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