One summertime FAQ we hear from visiting tourists is "what happens here in the winter?". Well, now you can see for yourself. Check out this NASA daily image from space showing a light dusting of snow all around the Bay of Fundy.
So here's the scoop on our winter: We're in the northern hemisphere so yeah, we get some snow. It doesn't always snow by Christmas (didn't this year) and doesn't snow much after mid-March.
Snow storms do not happen every day. They are usually spaced about a week to ten days apart, with clear sunny or cloudy days in between. It is not as cold here as it is 'up north' in the Arctic. Temperatures here in winter range from plus 10 degrees C (50 degrees F) to -15 C (around 5 degrees F). For a few days here and there usually in Feburary it can go as low as -20 or -25 C at night (around 0 degrees F).
The Bay made up of salt water from the Atlantic ocean so it doesn't 'freeze over' like a lake. If we're lucky though we get some ice cakes or small ice burgs. And, just to set the record straight: none of us live in igloos....