Just like house Stark, for Norwegians winter is always coming.
Actually, some places on the West coast don't have (the meteorological definition of) winter, because the coastal climate mainly keep temperatures above freezing. :)
If the meteorological definition of winter is freezing then my city (Sydney) doesn't have a winter. That is certainly news to me. You must have a different definition all the way up there.
I hope you don't speak about Bergen :p !
Yes, according to Wikipedia the average daily temperature in January is 1.7 degrees C, which doesn't qualify for winter (to a meteorologist, anyway) :)
Jesus, not for a girl from Southern France :p !
1.7 deegrees above 0 is fair enough for winter, it's very cold anyway :p (hello from Poland)
Kongen i Norden!
After 6 seasons, it was almost too late
Can we omit 'at' in this sentence? Like 'that' can be omitted in English.
No, unless you would say something like "De forstår: vinteren kommer."
I was wondering the same thing.