Your Weekend Weather And Current Highway Conditions For Saturday Jan. 27th, 2018

Mostly cloudy sky’s, cold with high’s of only -18C with windchill’s in the high -20C’s to low -30’s and driving our windchill’s will be moderate to high winds throughout the day into the evening and overnight hours. Currently we have mostly cloudy skies, our temperature sits at -18C feels like -29C with our windchill, our winds are from the N at 16 km/h and will remain steady throughout the day/evening/overnight.

There are no weather or marine wind warnings for our area at this time.

Highways in and around our area are snow covered, snow packed and slippery with blowing snow in open areas. CAUTION NEEDS TO BE TAKEN WHEN TRAVELING THIS MORNING UNTIL THE PLOWS GET OUT THERE. Please plan ahead for winter driving on our highways regardless of the conditions.



Laguna Starry Sky
Image Credit & Copyright: Kerry-Ann Lecky Hepburn (Weather and Sky Photography)
Explanation: Staring toward the heavens, one of the many lagunas in the Atacama Desert salt flat calmly reflects a starry night sky near San Pedro de Atacama, Chile, planet Earth. Cosmic rifts of dust, star clouds, and nebulae of the central Milky Way galaxy are rising in the east, beyond a volcanic horizon. Caught in the six frame panorama serenely recorded in the early morning hours of January 15, planets Jupiter and Mars are close. Near the ecliptic, the bright planets are immersed in the Solar System’s visible band of Zodiacal light extending up and left from the galactic center. Above the horizon to the south (right) are the Large and Small clouds of Magellan, satellite galaxies of the Milky Way.

Tomorrow’s picture: full moon fading

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