January 21, 2012
Filed under Alberta, Canada, Ontario, Quebec
Tags: bone-chilling cold, brrr, Canada, chilly temperatures, climate, climate change, cold, cold record, freeze, freezing, freezing rain, frigid temperatures, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, record cold, ski, temperature, temperatures, unusual cold, unusually cold, weather, wind chil
Jan 18, 2012
Cold, blustery weather is blowing into much of Ontario and Quebec, leaving behind frigid temperatures that have shattered records across Alberta.
On Wednesday, dozens of communities across the province were hit with temperatures below –30 C, and 13 of them were hit with record lows. In the town of Hendrickson Creek, Alta., it was a bone-chilling –41.4.