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Weather Brings Snow One-Liners


What a lovely winter we're having this Spring.

We got to enjoy a few warmer, spring-like days, but Old Man Winter isn't ready to leave just yet.

This morning brought temperatures in the 20's and a few inches of snow throughout the area.

The weather may be teasing us but it's safe to say we're all used to it here in North Dakota.

"We've had snow in April and the middle of April and it's kind of normal. Stays cool until some time in May...and we can get snow in May also."

We posted a question on our Facebook page asking viewers which snow one-liners they heard this morning.

Some comments like "Happy Sprinter" and "April showers bring snow plowers" are popular.

"Oh no. A long winter."

"I love it!"

"You like the snow?"

"You never get cold?"


"Are you cold right now? Yeah it's a little chilly."

"Typical North Dakota winter."

The snow looks to make another appearance on Wednesday...which is no surprise.

We posted a question on our Facebook page asking viewers to share snow one-liners they've heard. Here are some of them:

"Must be Sprinter"

"Here's one for the rhyming Too Tall Tom... Snow is not problematic for the poop picking upper procrastinators."

"Merry Easter!!!"

"I'm dreaming of a GREEN Easter.. just like the one I use to know."

"Who shook the snow globe?"

"There's a bounty on Punxsutawney Phil!"

"Old Man Winter & Mother Nature really need to work out their differences."

"It's February 73rd."

"Nothing surprises me until after June 4."

"I think I saw the Easter Bunny taking a joy ride on Santa's Sleigh."

"Of course I cleaned the car on Friday."

"Mother Nature needs to take her meds."

"Do you wanna build a Snowman?" -Frozen

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