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There’s Snow In Canada & Of Course It’s Only The First Day Of September

We've only just said goodbye to August and Mother Nature seems to be taking it as a sign that it's time for snow in Canada.

A tweet from Wednesday, September 1 showed a moose just chilling in the middle of the road in the midst of a "too early first snowfall" in Alberta.

Over to the east, Saskatchewan got hit by some apocalyptic-looking hail on Tuesday, August 31.

It became stormy in Saskatchewan and Alberta on Tuesday afternoon, according to The Weather Network, with "torrential downpours, localized flooding, hail of different sizes and strong winds" hitting the two provinces.

Stay safe out there, friends!

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