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“Now April, I do not feel my face”: the Canadian edition writes sarcastic titles to weather forecasts

The local edition of the Canadian city of Edmonton “Edmonton Journal” produces weather forecasts with sarcastic titles. Attention to this was made by @thelauraxe @ Twitter user.

most striking examples of Edmonton Journal headlines.

Snow-snow, go away (it will not go away)
Not cold, but not warm
Everything is clear, but on the horizon snow ;
Surprise! Cold and windy, snow is expected ;
The day began to cool, but gradually warmed up
Gradually, there is spring (we cross fingers)
The snow turns into a downpour, because March hates us
Do not worry, spring just teases us: in the weather forecast, snow
“A little snow has not hurt anyone yet,” he said, sobbing
Now April and I do not feel my face
Someday it will be sunny and warm, but not today
Wake up at -25 degrees and cold wind – better not imagine
We already had one winter, but what about the second winter
This is the third winter? We lost count
It will never end. In forecast wind and snow
I’m gradually losing my mind. Gradually I’m going crazy I
It will never end. In forecast wind and snow
Wait. Warm outside? What is this magic?
It’s nice outside, leave the house, kick the ball or something like that
The weekend was not true. Snow – the only truth
In the street it’s snowing again. Here is a picture of a dog .
Picture of a dog from the article Edmonton Journal. Photos of Postmedia
Picture of a dog from the article Edmonton Journal. Photos of Postmedia
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