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Canada Wide Forecast and All Request Index - January 20, 2012

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The Intenet is back! Hooray! Everything is back to normal ( or as normal as it gets) here at the Office, so we are ready to tell you about the Long John Index across the Dominon!

It is genuinely cold from Coast to Coast to Coast today! Much of Canada will actually be a Long John Index of 3The Cold snap that punched the prairies has wondered east, dropping temperatures in Ontario and Quebec. If you got on a plane in on the part of the country your winter coat would probably work on the opposite side! Only the west coast will be above freezing. Could today actually be a stereotypical Canadian winter day? Looks like it!

Vancouver - NA
Kamlooped - 2
Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray, Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg, Thunder (Danger) Bay, Sudbury - 3
Toronto - 1
Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City - 3 
Fredericton, Halifax, Charlottetown, Green Gables, St. John's - 1
Iqaluit, Whitehorse, Yellowknife - 4
Inuvik - 3
Alert, Top of Canada - 4

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Hubbards, Nova Scotia - NA
Biggar, Saskatchewan -  3
Kwartha Lakes, Lindsay, Ontario - 3

Canada Wide Forecast - January 10, 2012

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Well look who it is Alberta! Old Man Winter makes his triumphant 2012 return/debut! Temperatures are going to Plummit all day, with many Albertans facing a Long John Index of 3 by supper time! Pretty mild for the rest of the country, who will hover in an around a 1, until tomorrow, when the temperature drops coast to coast! Huzzah!

Vancouver, Kamlooped - NA
Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray NFLD - 3
Saskatoon - NA
Regina - 1
Winnipeg, Thunder (Danger) Bay  - NA
Sudbury - 2
Toronto, Ottawa - NA
Montreal, Quebec City, Charlottetown, Halifax, Green Gables, Fredericton, St. John's - 1
Iqaluit - 4
Whitehorese, Yellowknife, Inuvik - 3
Alert, Top of Canada - 4