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 Posted: Thu Jan 4th, 2018 12:45 am
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NY schools already announced they’re closing tomorrow for snow. About a foot expected between midnight tonight and mindnight tomorrow.



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Was 9 the other morning, 13 this morning..right now it's 22...



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Snowing like a mo'fo in Philly.

I half expect to run into Tamalie at this point. It's its cold and there's snow, there's Tamalie.

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-24 with a wind chill of -33 currently (Canadian temps of course). This has been happening since new years eve.



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Oh fuck that.

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beejmi wrote: freebirdsforever2001 wrote: beejmi wrote: Philly, single digits at night and early morning. Today a 'heatwave' it even went up to 32 degrees in the afternoon. [More] snow possible tomorrow I believe. Been crazy cold for a week now.

Wish it would go down another 20 degrees and stay that way all year round.


More snow on the way tonight

We are right on the Blizzard line in the great South Jersey. So far, we have 6 maybe, but the wind is nasty and there are whiteout conditions.



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Sunny and warm here in Colorado Springs...Mid 50's - Low 60's today...Gonna go chill out and smoke some weed today in Garden Of The Gods Public Park...I live minutes away from the park so i will probably get some exercise and walk there...





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I'm looking at the temperature gauge right now. It says 71. It was cold yesterday. 54 degrees.LOL



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Still snowing lightly here, been snowing for 13 hrs. Wish it would snow for 13 more.



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Pussies all y'all. Over the holidays -30s with windchill factored in it was low minus 40s at times here in the peg.



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Brrrr- my car said -5 this morning! We are expecting a "warm up" to 25 Sunday.

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Brrrr- my car said -5 this morning! We are expecting a "warm up" to 25 Sunday.

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Cold enough that my furnace bit the dust. And it happened right before the new year holiday, so no availability to replace it until two days, ago.

As soon as it came on and warmed my house up, the water pipes which run through my kitchen ceiling burst and flooded my kitchen...

$4K later...

Fuck winter.

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chrob61 wrote: Brrrr- my car said -5 this morning! We are expecting a "warm up" to 25 Sunday.You posting twice doesn't make it add up to -10.:)



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Some parts of Canada are colder than Mars.


Mars, Antarctica or Mount Everest Base Camp might be warmer alternatives for some Canadians on Thursday, as the country faces an epic cold snap that has plunged the mercury to record-setting lows in many regions

Environment Canada issued a slew of extreme cold weather alerts Thursday, with forecasts calling for daily highs in the -20 to -30 degrees Celsius range in many major cities. However, overnight temperatures and wind chill factors are expected to make it feel much, much colder – in the neighbourhood of -40 C in some places, according to several warnings.


Those mind-boggling numbers are colder than some of the chilliest places on (or off) the planet.
Here’s a look at some of the infamously cold locations known to humans, which might be preferable to the temperatures being recorded in various Canadian cities on Thursday.

Hell – Norway, -1 C
Most cities in Canada are colder than Hell, the Norwegian town that regularly flirts with the freezing point through much of December.  It’s not an especially frigid community, but the conveniently-named town has served up many “Hell has frozen over” jokes over the years.
Nevertheless, coastal B.C. was the only part of Canada on Thursday where temperatures were at or above the temperature in Hell. Environment Canada’s forecast for Vancouver calls for a high of 3 C, while Victoria is expecting temperatures as high as 4 C.

Antarctica – Amundsen-Scott Weather Station, -16 C
The South Pole is currently enjoying its summer season, when the sun sets for only about an hour. That’s brought the temperature up to a relatively toasty -16 C at theAmundsen-Scott Weather Station in Antarctica.
That temperature makes Antarctica as warm or slightly warmer than parts of Atlantic Canada. It was -15 C in Halifax Thursday morning, and -17 C in Charlottetown, P.E.I. Only St. John’s, N.L. witnessed temperatures significantly higher than Antarctica, at -5 C.
Mars – Gale Crater, -23 C

An afternoon on Mars might seem balmy by comparison, with the daily high reaching a temperature of -23 C on Thursday. That’s roughly equivalent to the morning temperatures recorded in Toronto (-19 C), Montreal (-24 C), Calgary (-23 C) and Winnipeg (-20 C).
But while wind chill and nightfall are likely to bring those Canadian temperatures 10-20 degrees lower, they’re still preferable to a night on the Martian surface. NASA’s Curiosity rover recorded a minimum air temperature of -80 C on Thursday.

Oymyakon, Russia – coldest inhabited place on Earth, -29 C
Temperatures regularly dip below -50 C in Oymyakon, Russia, the coldest continually inhabited community on the planet. But even Oymyakon would be preferable to some places in Canada on Thursday.
The weather was actually colder in Saskatoon (-32 C) than Oymyakon (-29 C) on Thursday.

Everest Base Camp, -35 C
Residents of Yellowknife and Churchill, Man., might prefer conditions on Mount Everest to those they are facing today. Yellowknife’s morning temperature was -36 C, while the isolated northern community of Churchill experienced temperatures of just -38 C. Churchill’s pre-dawn temperatures with the wind chill were measured at -49 C, according to Environment Canada.
That makes both communities colder than the -33 C daily high recorded at Everest Base Camp, some 5,000 metres above sea level in Nepal.




https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/parts-of-canada-colder-than-mars-and-antarctica-1.3737764

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