Over the past few months, Canada's weather has been uncharacteristically warm and we've been seeing way less snow than we're used to. \nMeanwhile, places like Texas and Mississippi have experienced record-breaking snowfall over the past couple of weeks, says The Weather Network. \nEditor's Choice: Ontario Is About To Get Slammed With A Heaping 10 cm Of Snow & Freezing Rain\n\n \n\n\n\n\n40 centimetres \n\n\nOver the past couple of weeks in Texas. \n\n\nWhile 40 centimetres of snow doesn't sound all that wild for places like Edmonton and Halifax, for example, it's definitely making our Canadian cities look like tropical destinations. \nOver the past 42 days, Edmonton got only 3.4 centimetres and Halifax got 39. \nMeanwhile, in only 14 days Texas got their mind-blowing 40 centimetres.\nThe Network predicts that Edmonton will be getting some snow on Wednesday, January 13, but not much. \nWinnipeg can expect some for themselves on Thursday. \nMeanwhile, snow in eastern Canada may not be in the books this week. \nThis article's cover photo on the right is for illustrative purposes only.