A mix of sun and cloud today, 60% chance of flurries late this morning and this afternoon. Wind northwest 20 km/h gusting to 40. High -2C. Wind chill -13C in the morning and -8C in the afternoon. Partly cloudy this evening/tonight. 60% chance of flurries this evening. Clearing before morning. Wind northwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming light this evening. Low -11C. Wind chill -12C in the evening and -18C overnight. Currently we have clouds, a temperature of -7C feels like -12C, our winds are 13 km/h and will increase to 25 km/h throughout the day.
Our highways in and around our area REMAIN IN FAIR DRIVING CONDITIONS. Continue to drive with caution.
We currently have NO weather warnings and NO marine weather warnings
HAVE A GREAT TUESDAY!
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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.
Space Station Silhouette on the Moon
Image Credit & Copyright: Eric Holland
Explanation: What’s that unusual spot on the Moon? It’s the International Space Station. Using precise timing, the Earth-orbiting space platform was photographed in front of a partially lit gibbous Moon last month. The featured image was taken from Palo Alto, California, USA with an exposure time of only 1/667 of a second. In contrast, the duration of the transit of the ISS across the entire Moon was about half a second. A close inspection of this unusually crisp ISS silhouette will reveal the outlines of numerous solar panels and trusses. The bright crater Tycho is visible on the lower left, as well as comparatively rough, light colored terrain known as highlands, and relatively smooth, dark colored areas known as maria. On-line tools can tell you when the International Space Station will be visible from your area.Newly Added Venue: APOD now available on Instagram in Persian
Tomorrow’s picture: open space