Not by Fire but by Ice
THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!
Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs . . . and Why it Could Soon Kill Us
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By Sunday morning, 15 cm of snow had fallen at the airport--three cm more than the previous record for March 22 set back in 1998.
The west side of the city saw even more than that,
with some places reporting 25 cm of snow on the ground. Springbank
residents were dealing with 31 cm, while those in Cochrane had 38 cm of
snow to contend with, said Environment Canada meteorologist Victor
It is unusual we get a whole months' worth of snow in a day, said Global TV's weather expert Paul Dunphy.
Nine people inside the dome managed to escape without injury as the roof gave way. Damage has been initially estimated at $900,000.
See entire article by Gwendolyn Richards, Calgary
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