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I’ve lived in Canada my whole life too! I’ve heard the term (often) it whenever it is sub -10! Maybe because where I am the temperature doesn’t drop that low often, and the majority of the snowfall is between 0 to -5… anywhere lower than that we don’t get much snow! As stated several times now, it is entirely to do with the low humidity our region has during low temperatures!
> It’s an expression you should probably stop using then, because it’s never correct, and can actually be quite misleading.
For the record, I’ve lived in Canada my entire life, and I’ve never heard anybody say “it’s too cold for snow”.
Nice anecdotal evidence though!