Originally Posted by Boris2k7
In the valley it was a windy day and partly cloudy day. I saw a hint of snow in there, but nothing substantial enough to leave a trace.
One of my roommates complained about snow in October. I laughed.
That would be really unusual along the Atlantic coast but might be a bit more common in the Valley. It's interesting how much colder the average low in, say, Greenwood is compared to the coast - around 5-6 in coastal locations and around 2 in the Valley.
In the springtime however it warms up much faster in the Annapolis Valley.
It is interesting to compare an inland station (Greenwood
) with a more maritime station (Charlesville
). Both have roughly the same average temperature but a different distribution.