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Spring Snow In Newfoundland Gave Us Hilarious Reaction Tweets

A burst of spring snow came down in parts of Newfoundland on April 15 and people hopped on Twitter to share their hilariously tragic reactions to it.

According to The Weather Network, Newfoundland typically gets between 15 to 25+ centimetres of snow in April but these tweets show that quite a few people don't welcome it.

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Someone said it's all their fault because they put away their windshield scrapers and snow shovels the week before. 

This person also blames themselves for the snowfall because they angered the weather gods by barbecuing the day before.

Have you ever seen such a funny but sad tweet? This person wrote "that's enough now" in the snow on their car and we feel for them.

One person said that this is "just another spring day" in Newfoundland but they don't seem to be happy about that fact.

Someone else decided to write in the fresh powder as well. They spelled out the date in case you didn't realize that this snow fell on April 15.

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