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“Four Seasons of Bflo” journal

“Four Seasons of Bflo” journal

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LOVED FOR:  There’s nothing like the changing seasons!  In Buffalo and across Western New York we can enjoy the beauty of our turning seasons all year round. Which is your favorite? There’s no need to pick with our colorful notebook picturing winter, spring, summer, and fall!  It’s ideal for jotting down your thoughts, sketches, and ideas or journaling. And it will keep you organized with your to-do lists and grocery lists.  (Plus it’s the perfect place to keep track of your favorite football team’s schedule and stats!)

GOOD TO KNOW:  The journal contains 48 BLANK white pages; full-color front and back covers. Measures 5.5 inches wide x 8.5 inches high. Tied with a bow and packaged in an “eco-friendly” plastic sleeve that is made from plants and is compostable.

BUFFALOVE:  According to the University of Buffalo: "Weather: A Four-Season Region.  Buffalo is known for its snow, but dig a little deeper and you’ll discover that our region enjoys four distinct seasons, each remarkable in its own right.

If you’ve seen Buffalo on the Weather Channel, you might think we’re beset by blizzards much of the year. The truth is, Buffalo is not the snowiest city in the country. It’s not even the snowiest city in the state. Instead, Buffalo and Western New York are a four-season region that features:

 • The sunniest and driest summers of any major city in the Northeast
 • More days with temperatures above 60 degrees Fahrenheit than with snow on the ground
 • Crisp, comfortable autumns that produce some of the Northeast’s most vibrant foliage
 • An average winter temperature of 26 degrees Fahrenheit, just a few degrees shy of the national average

Although this region’s snowfall is impressive, the most severe weather typically occurs in areas south of the city, home to several ski resorts. When storms hit, we dig out with amazing efficiency. Winter weather that brings less-prepared cities to a halt doesn’t disrupt business as usual in Buffalo.”

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