OK, a brief diversion to the weather. As expected, the weather changed quite abruptly last night.
4pm yesterday all was quite tranquil at 6c (43F). Overnight, the winds changed to the North and arctic air came pouring in. Currently it is -14c (7F), expected to fall to -25c (-13F) overnight with a 40-60 km/h windchill down to -38c (-36F). Now, I can tell you, this is cold, especially when waiting at the top of a hill for a bus. 😉
The winter weather now with us is expected to stay with us for a while; temperatures above freezing are just not in the forecast. Meteorologically speaking, this is a major continent-wide pattern change.
However, true to form, our snowfall has been limited to just flurries, so no pretty pictures I’m afraid.
You can always click on the Calgary Weather link on the right if you want to explore the wacky Calgary weather some more!