Mass amnesia hits Windsor drivers during first snow fall of the year

Windsor, ON – The annual phenomenon of Windsor drivers being hit with a mass amnesia and forgetting how to drive in snow has again overwhelmed a majority of motorists in the Windsor area.

“We’ve seen this several times in the past in Ontario but Windsor drivers seem especially susceptible” said Dr. Robert Holly who specialize in neurological disorders related to weather. “Many drivers report being mesmerized by the first snow flakes and seem to forget that they live in Canada and are suddenly left without the ability to drive their vehicles” Dr. Holly explained.

Dr. Holly advises the phenomenon will pass by year’s end “By the time the Christmas season rolls around people will have recovered enough memory to properly drive in winter weather conditions¬†again however many of them will still not be able to properly park their vehicles inside the lines of a parking space at the mall when completing holiday shopping”.