Snow-covered Canada has had its fair share of bad weather this year, and now we can finally get a definitive answer to the question of which country has the best weather.
FourFour2 asked readers to rank the countries by their snow-covered weather.
The list includes the top-rated U.S. cities and the top four Canadian cities, and we’ve rounded up the results.
Here’s what you need to know:Snow is so heavy on the ground that you can’t drive without a helmet, and many people are still using snow shovels.
There are snowstorms in some parts of the world and a snowstorm is considered a snow event.
However, the U.N. Climate Change Authority says the most extreme snow events can occur when there’s an accumulation of heavy snow and ice and snow covers more than a quarter of the ground in a region.
The most snow-free regions in the world are located in North America, Europe and Asia.
The United States and Canada have the highest rates of snowfall in the country, but other countries are far below average.
The U.K., for instance, has the highest average annual snowfall of any U.W. state, while Australia has the lowest.
Snow is the biggest challenge for snow-loving travellers in Canada, with more than two-thirds of Canadians saying they can’t go outside without wearing a helmet.
The U.T.S.’s weather forecast is a bit more favourable than some other sites.
The agency predicts that it could see an average of 7.5 centimetres of snow by Monday, which would bring the total to 7.6 centimetes.