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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Yikes!

Southeastern Manitoba especially in the Red River Valley will not be as lucky. Frigid overnight lows of near minus 36 will combine with 20 to 30 km/h winds Thursday morning to produce extreme wind chills of near minus 50.

Time to leave!

3 comments:

Karen said...

Oh dear, talk about traveling from one extreme to another. My my that is soooooo cold.

meggie said...

It is really impossible to imagine cold like that, having never experienced it.
So glad you are able to keep warm!

carmel said...

Coffs Harbour is in Australia's most temperate area, where the mountains reach the sea and the
area is protected from cold winds by the mountains. There are more hours of sunshine than areas
to the south, and less humidity than areas to the north. THU Morning Clouds. Warm. Humid. winds 15 km/h
N - humidity 78% 21 to 30 degrees...