Living in a Winter Wonderland is magical. (Really)

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Living in a Winter Wonderland is magical. (Really)

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This winter has been one of the most snowy and cold that we have seen in a long time. While many people see all of this snow as a bummer it has been great to get students active and outside. People are able to sled, ski and snowboard along with trying other fun activities.

According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, the annual snowfall that is normal for the Twin Cities is 54.4 inches and so far February has broken snowfall records by a wide margin. Along with this, many temperature related records have been broken. On January 27, temperatures fell to -56 degrees fahrenheit at some places in Minnesota, the coldest it has been since 1996.

While many people see all of this snow as a bummer it has been great to get students active and outside. People are able to sled, ski and snowboard along with trying other fun activities.”

Minnesota has gotten the most snow it has seen in a long time this winter. It is so pretty when it’s snowy outside and it looks like a winter wonderland from a movie. While the cold might make it more difficult to go outside there are plenty of indoor activities that students love to participate in. Playing cards and cooking warm winter treats are two activities that students enjoy. Students are able to use this time away from school to relax and enjoy the warmth of their homes.Many students agree that the winter is the best because of the beautiful scenery that the snow creates, it really is one of a kind.

 

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