Of course up here in the frozen Canadian north we report in Celsius but I have converted the results.
Today we just now woke up to 35 with an expected high of around 44. This winter records have been broken all over the prairies with temperatures always seeming to be anywhere from 15 to 25 degrees above normal with only an inch or two of snow. It truly has been a winter to remember and really enjoy.
Many repeat the old line of we will probably pay for it later but with these temps forecast to the middle of January that only leaves 6 or 8 weeks of winter left to endure.
Two provinces west of us and Calgary, Alberta hovered around 60 yesterday, Say Whaaaat?
Darwin & Maureen DeBackere
Minnedosa, Manitoba, Canada