It was -36C (-33F) outside this morning. Inside the house it was 13C (55F). I should have put another log into the wood stove last night.
Yesterday when I took this shot of Beaver Mountain it was -26C (-15F). We were doing out afternoon walk. Luckily when it gets this cold it is very still outside without wind, and that was the case yesterday. I liked the haze on the mountain, it seemed to help emphasis the cold temperature.
Below is a screen shot I took from the Living Earth app. The ugly rusty-red tongue covering western Canada shows where the frigid temperatures lay. The white dot is McBride.
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