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Random Weather Facts

Canadian Facts and Trivia - THE EXTREMES
When people talk about British Columbia’s reputation for milder winters, they’re usually thinking of places like Vancouver and Victoria. Up in the mountains, it’s a completely different story.

Case in point: Canada’s largest single-day snowfall happened at Tahtsa Lake, well in the B.C. interior. That location received an astonishing 145 cm of snow, almost a metre and a half, on February 11, 1999.