Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Genius Weather Report from CP!

"Good old fashion deep freeze leaves teeth chattering across the Prairies" Says the headline...

Excerpt:

at 22:48 on January 29, 2008, EST.
By Tim Cook, THE CANADIAN PRESS

"REGINA - You want to know just how cold a -50 wind chill is? Try taking a glass of tap water outside.

The glass frosts up almost immediately and five minutes later the water has a slushy film on top. After a dozen minutes or so - if you can last that long - you've got an ice cube.

Now, there is a whole host of variables that would need to be considered to make this basic experiment scientifically sound, but one thing is clear.

It's quite literally freezing cold outside."

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If it was 15 degrees above normal for a week we'd have a headline that blared "Global Warming" or "Climate Change" affects prairie winter!


But when we get this cold stuff it's "Good Old Fashioned ......."

Yeah Whatever.....

It is -32 Celcius right now and it's January

Winnipeg, MB

Today's Conditions

Observed on: January 30 2008 at 08:08 AM CST, Winnipeg
Current
Clear
High: -27 °C
Low: -36 °C
POP: 0 %
Evening
Clear
Low: -36 °C
POP: 0 %

Pressure: 101.9 KPa
Visibility: 24 Km
Humidity: 60 %
Wind: 24 Km/h NW
Wind Chill: -46 C
UV: Low
Sunrise: 08:05 CST
Sunset: 17:19 CST

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2 Comments:

Blogger marginalizedactiondinosaur said...

friggin freezing sad to see the child in Saskatchewan killed by the cold I've given mine lectures and got my eldest to read about the effects of frost bite.

1/30/2008 8:50 p.m.  
Blogger Shere Khan said...

When I moved to Winnipeg (from Thompson) 20 years ago, then snow was melting, it was the end of January. I remember having the windows open in my car, and walking around in just a hoodie and a windbreaker.

Not so much today.

That's what climate does, it changes.

The people that buy into this GW fiasco are either uninformed of reality or are total retards.

1/31/2008 2:42 p.m.  

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