What is weird (I call it weird), I live in Canada (the so-called Great White North), but because of the lay of the land (Lake Simcoe influences weather dynamics), the weather here in my town is uniquely dissimilar to anything 30 miles from here in any direction.
It is snowing today, it snowed yesterday, it has been chilly recently as well. But it is best described as 'half-hearted' and not overly impressive. It would take only one day of warming to kick the teeth out of the accumulation. It sure isn't Alberta cold here or Maritimes snow levels. Buffalo isn't much of a drive south, and if I wanted to go skiing, I'd take my skis there if I wanted to enjoy the experience. But the Appalachians are great at generating snow. It's all about the geography.
What is paradoxical, is the frozen portions today, likely will be experiencing brutal heat this summer. And then pounded by hurricanes. If I could live anywhere in the US, it would not be Texas because of the climate. I might consider northern WI MI or NY state. Based entirely on geography. And probably as usual, I'd refuse to live in a city. I don't really know these states though, aside from looking at a map on Google, I'm just guessing.
Wargame, 05% of the time.
Play with Barbies 05% of the time.
Play with Legos 10% of the time.
Build models 20% of the time
Shopping 60% of the time.
Exlains why I buy em more than I play em.