10C again today. Third day without any major rain. Which is a major improvement from the torrential downpour that we have been living through since mid November.
January is always a wild card around here. It may give us super cold temps (below freezing!) or it may herald the first awakenings of spring. I've seen buds on trees here in the third week of january many many times.
Either way...winter is more than half gone out here on the best coast. And not a snowflake in sight.
-16 this morning; should be -3 by this afternoon. +1 expected tomorrow with a wee bit of snow. Deep freeze on Monday, then temperatures are expected to be up and down and up and down and up and down for the rest of the week.
A beautiful sunny +3C today. My wife and I walked across Churchill Park to Churchill Square, picked out our Christmas tree (in 5 minutes, compared to last years 45 minutes) and walked back across the park with our tree. Total time, 20 minutes. Total cost for a nine foot tree, $25. Quality time with just my wife and NO dogs, priceless. Paix.
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It started out at -3 this morning but with copious amounts of snow. Wind gusts to 60 kph and temps dropped to -21 by supper. -31 tonight with wind chill to -43. High of -20 tomorrow. My kind neighbours came over to shovel my walks and driveway twice today. I owe them big time [img]smile.gif[/img] .
Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea.