Today’s Weather And Current Highway Conditions For Wednesday April 4th, 2018

The cold continues through to the weekend then we shall start seeing a warning trend. Cold this morning with sun and low to moderate winds, we should see a high of -5C by the afternoon. Currently we have a few clouds, a chilly temperature of -17C feels like -23C with our light windchill, our winds are from the W at 8 km/h and will remain steady throughout the day.

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

Our highways in and around our area remain in GOOD Spring driving conditions.



Intrepid Crater on Mars from Opportunity 
Image Credit: NASAJPLCornellOpportunity Rover Team,
Explanation: The robotic rover Opportunity sometimes passes small craters on Mars. Pictured here in 2010 is Intrepid Crater, a 20-meter across impact basin slightly larger than Nereus Crater that Opportunity had chanced across previously. The featured image is in approximately true color but horizontally compressed to accommodate a wide angle panorama. Intrepid Crater was named after the lunar module Intrepid that carried Apollo 12 astronauts to Earth’s Moon 49 years ago. Beyond Intrepid Crater and past long patches of rusty Martian desert lie peaks from the rim of large Endeavour Crater, visible on the horizon. The Opportunity rover continues to explore Mars, recently surpassing 5,000 Martian days on the red planet.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space

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