Mainly cloudy, chance of flurries then clearing, winds moderate/high, high of -22C. Currently we have some clouds, a temperature of -22C feels like -34C, our winds are 18 km/h from the WNW and will increase to 25 km/h at times throughout the day/evening/overnight hours.
Our highways in and around our area are in GOOD WINTER DRIVING CONDITIONS. Please travel with CAUTION and PLAN ahead.
We have NO weather warnings at this time BUT I am expecting the extreme warnings will go into effect this evening again.
We have NO marine weather warnings for the lake today BUT I expect the extreme cold warnings will go into effect later this evening again.
HAVE A GREAT FRIDAY AND WEEKEND!
CURRENT WEATHER WARNINGS AND CURRENT MARINE WEATHER WARNINGS
CURRENT HIGHWAY CONDITIONS
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
Explanation: A luminous Milky Way falls toward the horizon in this deep skyscape, starting at the top of the frame from the stars of the Southern Cross and the dark Coalsack Nebula. Captured in the dark predawn of February 2nd from Central Victoria, Australia, planet Earth, the 26 day old waning crescent Moon still shines brightly near the horizon. The second and third brightest celestial beacons are Venus and Jupiter along the lower part of the Milky Way’s central bulge. Almost in line with the brighter planets and Moon, Saturn is the pinprick of light just visible below and right of the lunar glow. Australia’s first astronomers saw the elongated, bulging shape of the familiar Milky Way as a great celestial Emu. The Moon and planets could almost be the Emu’s eggs on this starry night.