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Central VT area here. We are used to cold albeit less than this weekend. We never left the house Friday and Saturday, -18 here. The main factor was the high wind. It made it brutal cold. I served in the army and was stationed at Ft. Wainwright Fairbanks Alaska. I was having flashbacks. We arrived there on Thanksgiving day, 1977 I believe. It was -28.
It was -31C here in the Ottawa Valley friday AM. -43c with the wind chill.Friking cold.BrrrrrrrG
We'd call 28 below a good holiday! Seriously, we've had a mild winter (so far) and only one cold spell to complain about. Was reading a weather blog today, talking about the cold spells in the early twentieth century, and it said that the extended deep cold, fifty below and colder, is likely a thing of the past. Read about it here:
LOL, yeah but on Thanksgiving! We lived three winters in Fairbanks. First winter all we did was watch tv and ate too much. You can guess the consequences. The next couple we discovered the outdoors up there. Lots of fun memories. The last winter I served as ski patrol at Birch Hill. Wear civvies and ski all day. Nice way to finish my tour. Two seasons there, winter followed by mosquitos.
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