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    And the forcast for the day...

    On the subject of winter.. and be damned if we Canadians don't talk about weather more than men in a locker room talk about the sex they didn't have..
    I thought it may be fun to post our weather forcasts.

    It was a little chilly in my parts this morning.. and just for you wonderful people still on the F scale, I included a conversion table.
    (btw ~ I wish we had stayed with F, it sounds a lot warmer! )
    WIND CHILL WARNING FOR ***My city in southern Saskatchewan****CONTINUED
    EXTREME WIND CHILLS NEAR MINUS 40 EXPECTED.


    NORTHWEST WINDS OF AROUND 15 KM/H FROM A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE ARE COMBINING WITH VERY COLD TEMPERATURES HAVE BROUGHT WIND CHILL VALUES TO BELOW MINUS 40 IN PARTS OF SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN THIS MORNING. THESE WIND CHILL VALUES SHOULD MODERATE BY THIS AFTERNOON.


    Wednesday..Mainly sunny High -25CWednesday evening.. Increasing cloudiness Low -26C
    Thursday...Chance of flurries Low -26C High -12C POP 60%
    Friday..Chance of flurries Low -21C High -17C POP 30%
    Saturday..Chance of flurries Low -22C High -17C POP 30%
    Sunday.. Mainly cloudy Low -19C High -5C

    CONVERSION TABLE....

    C F
    -40 -40
    -35 -31
    -30 -22
    -25 -13
    -20 -4
    -15 +5
    -10 +14
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    ewwww! I will stop complaining about my forcast of a high in the mid 20's (F) and a chance of flurries
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    You Canadians are hearty folk! BRRRRRRRRRR!

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    Wayner.. I wanna see your forecast, please!!!

    (I wasn't just braggin on how much cold we can take, they are far worse off north of me! )
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    I will trade places with any of you in the northerm climes any day! (But only for a week or two).
    Yesterday in the Alamo city it was 80 fricken degrees, the day before, the mid 70's. Today the high is in the 50's.
    We have two seasons, HOT from March to Halloween then mild from November till March!
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    That's the F one...


    There's the C one.

    And it's warmed up today. Rock on!

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    I'm still hoping for snow..anyone wanna send me some?
    Birmingham, ALBarometer: 30.13 inches Currently:
    40
    P/SUNNY
    January 22, 2003 11:17ET
    Relative Humidity: 73%
    Wind: NNE 6 mph
    Visibility: 10 miles
    Real Feel Temp: 41 F
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    Cool site duckie. My pixie looks a bit under dressed.

    40 minutes ago, at 16:19 UTC, the wind was blowing at a speed of 6.2 meters per second (13.8 miles per hour) from North/Northeast. The temperature was -8 degrees Celsius (18 degrees Fahrenheit), and the pressure was 1,034 hPa (30.53 inHg). The relative humidity was 72.8%. There were broken clouds at a height of 488 meter (1600 feet) and overcast at a height of 1341 meter (4400 feet). The visibility was 2.4 kilometers (1.5 miles). Current weather is Light Snow
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    Blah. Jodaar, that's a summer day here!

    Well, nearly.

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    Well, I just looked outside and it's snowing - sort of - a little. But here is the pixie report:

    53 minutes ago, at 16:15 UTC, the wind was blowing at a speed of 3.1 meters per second (6.9 miles per hour) from East/Northeast in Fort Collins Automatic Weather Observing / Reporting System. The temperature was -10 degrees Celsius (14 degrees Fahrenheit), and the pressure was 1,026 hPa (30.29 inHg). The relative humidity was 78.6%. There were overcast at a height of 91 meter (300 feet). The visibility was 4.8 kilometers (3.0 miles).

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