>be out anywhere from your house for the night
>he doesn't wear at LEAST 4 layers of clothing when going outside
Pretty fucking jealous.
Ive lived in new england my whole life. Im fucking over snow. Theres nothing good about it.
>His country used fahrenheit but cucked themselves out of it
>Not fucking up things and forcing people to convert everytime in trades and programs just because you can and because you're the top dog in world power and they have to
Oh Canada, you have much to learn
every morning i thank god that i am not a snow nigger
Sometimes it does as late as mid-March (last happened in 2013), but generally snow is very rare on the Upper Rhine, usually melts quickly.
This winter there was some snow/rain mix back one night in November that piled up to like half a cm, but it was gone a couple hours later
Holy shit I can smell your vagina from here lad
There's basically two main weather patterns in our winters
1) West wind (70% of the time), meaning warm temps (5-10°C) and overcast, often drizzle, sometimes heavy rains
2) East wind (pretty much rest of the time), cold temps (0 to -5°C in the day, down to -15 at night) but dry and sunny (because there's huge landmasses to our East)
Snow pretty much only occurs during transitions of the two
That's not too different from here actually, in terms of overcast weather and dry and sunny, except that there's almost a guaranteed big snow storm at least once during February, usually two decent sized ones
>his country doesn't have deserted cold wastelands, hot arid deserts, coastal cities, cozy mountain-surrounded valleys and humid tropical rainforests at the same time
You're on the East Coast though? That makes things a lot different, our climate is much more comparable to that of coastal Washington state. Prevailing winds on non-tropical latitudes are from the West, which makes West coast climates much more moderate than East coast ones in general (so New York etc is much more similar to some Chinese coastal cities)
>he doesn't live in a state where you can get both snow and the warmest summers
Yeah, Washington DC is even technically sub-tropical, not temperate, even though it gets snow like this. It's interesting how much variation there can be within climate zones.
And even though Washington State has similar temperatures to Germany, it's much rainier
It depends on location too. Where I live we are surrounded by mid-elevation mountaing ranges which "catch" most of the rain, especially in winter, so we only get about 500mm of rain per year (they even irrigate the wheat/rye/maize... fields here when it hasn't rained a lot, at fucking 50°N).
More exposed flatlands in the north or some wind-facing mountain sides in the Alps can get well above 1000mm though