Yes. I live in Canada. However, I live on the west coast, which means Pacific Ocean. Normally the currents of said body of water bring warmer water up from the equator, which in turn generally helps keep the air relatively warm. A cold winter for us normally is at coldest -7 Celsius or there abouts with little to no snow. But due to some kind of schwacked out pressure system overhead, last night we got snowed under. In this region, a lot of snow is maybe 5 to 10 cm and is gone within the next day or two, in some cases in hours. We got more than 20. It stopped for a bit but is at it again. Keep in mind the warm part. This snow isn't light and fluffy. It's wet and heavy and slushy. Makes driving a bad time, and of course nobody here can drive in it. So there it is.
Snow. We hateses itses.
Revision. I like to see it falling and I like to play in it for ten minutes but then it's dead to me and I have to get back to work.