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These Weather-Themed Valentine's Day Cards Are Perfect For Canadian Lovebirds

Don't let the polar vortex ruin your day of love!
Canadian Valentine's Day Cards About The Weather Are So Punny

The Weather Network has been sharing hilarious cards on social media that you can save and send to your loved one.

The Valentine's Day cards are perfect for anyone celebrating the day of love while enduring winter in Canada.

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This one is best for lovebirds who would say "hail yes" to being their S.O.'s valentine.

One of The Weather Network's presenters shared this card that could be perfect for anyone dealing with the polar vortex.

What happens when you combine Chinook winds and  AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long"? This hilarious Valentine's Day card.

If you want to tell your sweetheart how special they are to you, this card should do the trick.

For Canadians living on the coast, this one's for you!

Canada's Latest Winter Forecast Just Dropped & We're In For 'Weather Whiplash'

One region will experience frigid conditions, while others are in for toasty temps! 🥶🥵👇

If you’ve been feeling prepared for the upcoming season, think again! Canada’s latest winter weather forecast has warned that we’re in for a "winter weather whiplash" and temperatures are going to be turbulent. Eek!

On Monday, November 29, The Weather Network shared its official predictions for the upcoming season, which includes December, January and February.

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It's beginning to look a lot like winter everywhere you go in Ontario, and some spots are in for a snowy treat.

The Weather Network predicts that Ontario's weather will blast the province with some snow from Thursday into Sunday, with some areas getting up to 15 centimetres on the weekend.

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Southern Ontario is right on the edge of winter weather, and this weekend some regions will blow over into the land of snow!

So if you had plans for a hike or a long stroll outside this weekend, you might need to bundle up or stay inside by the fire.

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Say goodbye to fall and hello to winter because snow is on its way next month. Toronto's weather is set to have a very snowy and chilly November, according to the Farmer's Almanac long-range forecast.

The average temperature of the month is predicted to be four degrees below average at -2 C which means you may not want to hang out on a patio anymore unless it's substantially heated.

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