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Quiz: Winter Facts vs. Fiction

See if you can figure out what’s fact and what’s fiction. Post your score in the comments.

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  1. 9/10… Im not so dumb to the cold weather since im rredneck East Texan

  2. 8 out of 10! Much better than the previous quizzes I just took.
    One I got wrong is turning off the heat if you’re away, but I live in a mild climate. No frozen pipes here!And I got the Alaska question wrong!  I thought the coldest place would be somewhere in Montana, Minnesota, or Vermont.  Or Maine…..

  3. I recently read an article that said: there are identical snowflakes; although I can’t say I believe them, but that is why I missed that one . . . I chose to say there are identical ones.

  4. 8/10 Syracuse tripped me up, thought for sure it was Buffalo as the snowiest city.

  5. Good to know that using half of an onion or potato on your windshield keeps your windshields from freezing. I am not a fan of Winter, but lived up North all my life, used to the snow, and everything Winter Season brings with it. I like learning other things that the Weather Channel keeps us informed with!
    Pictures from all over country or world about the weather. Thank you!
    White Lily

  6. Whew!! After spending the first 26 years of my life living in Upstate N.Y., I had better have gotten a perfect score!

  7. I got 9 out of 10 I would of had all 10 except I did not think that the population of Barrow,AL was over 5,000 people. I did get all of the difficult trick questions!

  8. I only got 5/10 right and I thought I knew a lot about winter weather !

    Guess I need to listen more carefully to the Weather Channel !

  9. 10/10 …
    Living outside of Syracuse, NY and being on the edge of the snowbelt aside from being a weather geek – Has it’s advantages !

  10. 10 for 10
    But I only live a couple of hundred miles east of Syracuse. I was always amazed at the amount of snow they got off the Great Lakes.

  11. 7/10, but I only got the ones wrong that I guessed on. Does that count?

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