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Saskatchewan winter too much for one CBC Radio listener

CONTENT WARNING: ITEM CONTAINS OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND SUBJECT MATTER. A CBC Saskatchewan caller delivers a blustery rant about winter -- and the wind.

WARNING: This content contains language and subject matter that may offend some listeners

Saskatchewan goes through a long winter, sometimes. This picture is from a late season winter storm that hit Saskatoon in April a few years back. (David Stobbe/Canadian Press)

As Saskatchewan enters another winter season, CBC Radio's Morning Edition host Sheila Coles was trying to look for some positives in the weather.  

On Wednesday, Coles was talking about the weather forecast and the temperatures for the weekend, which should be around 0 C or -1 C, but there could be wind. 

And, for some, the early polar vortex and the wind are just too much to handle.

Listen as one unidentified caller gives us a blast about wind, winter and having to endure it year after year. We picked this message up on our voicemail system.

WARNING: This content contains language and subject matter that may offend some listeners.

CBC listener rants about the weather. (WARNING: HARSH LANGUAGE ) 1:59


Saskatchewan weather rant blows hot and cold for some, Adam Hunter reports. 2:01

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