February 28, 2009
Filed under Canada, Saskatchewan
Tags: Assiniboia, bone-chilling, bone-chilling temperatures, Broadview, Canada, chilly, climate, climate change, cold, global cooling, Global Freeze, global warming, Meadow Lake, Nipawin, record cold, record low temepratures, Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, snow, snowfall, temperature, temperatures, weather, winter, Wynyard
While it may feel to some like the longest, coldest winter in history, it’s not. Thursday, however, was one for the books throughout Saskatchewan.
The cold snap set records across the province. In Meadow Lake, a new benchmark of -43.8 C was established for Feb. 26, beating the previous record of -40 C set in 1996. Nipawin (-37 C) and Wynyard (-34.6 C) also set records Thursday. On Friday morning Broadview (-41.9 C), Assiniboia (-30.9 C) and Wynyard (-34.8 C) set new standards.
18 January 2009
New Brunswickers woke up to one chilly morning as the province experienced frigid temperatures that set records Friday morning.
January 17, 2009
Filed under Canada, Chicago, Indiana, Michigan, Montreal, Toronto
Tags: bone-chilling, bone-chilling temperatures, Canada, Chicago, chilly, Cleveland, climate, climate change, cold, freeze, frozen, global cooling, Global Freeze, global warming, Illinois, Indiana, michigan, Montreal, Ohio, record cold, severe cold, temperature, Toronto, USA, weather, winter
Jan 16, 2009
WASHINGTON — A record cold snap gripped the American Midwest Friday as temperatures plummeted to lows of minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 34 degrees Celsius) and officials scrambled to protect the homeless and vulnerable.