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Canadian city has experienced its snowiest winter so far in 25 years

Tuesday, March 8th 2022, 5:30 pm - With 354 cm of snow that has fallen so far this winter, as of March 8, it is currently the city's snowiest winter so far in 25 years.

Saguenay, Que., is no stranger to wicked winters and significant snowfall, but this winter is proving to be even more snowy than normal.

With 354 cm of snow that has fallen this winter so far, as of March 8, it is currently the city's snowiest winter so far in 25 years. The average snow to date as of March 8 for Saguenay is 246 cm -- putting the city at 140 per cent of its normal snowfall so far.

Saguenay snow

The city's normal snowfall for the entire year is 302 cm, so the season as a whole is trending higher than usual, as well, and the winter is far from being over. A high-impact storm is forecast to track towards Quebec late week and the weekend, piling on to its ever-growing total for the 2021-22 winter.

Watch the video for the full story on Saguenay's snowy winter so far.

With files from Kelly Sonnenburg, a meteorologist at The Weather Network.

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