Today’s Weather And Current Highway Conditions For Thursday April 11th, 2019

Sunny. Wind up to 15 km/h. High zero. Wind chill -19C in the morning. Clear. Wind up to 15 km/h. Low -11C. Wind chill -4C in the evening and -14C overnight. Currently we have clear sky’s, a temperature of -10C, our winds are 5 km/h and will increase throughout the day.

Our highways in and around our area are BARE and in EXCELLENT DRIVING CONDITIONS.

We currently have NO weather warnings and NO marine weather warnings.

HAVE A GREAT THURSDAY!

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.

First Horizon-Scale Image of a Black Hole 
Image Credit: Event Horizon TelescopeCollaboration

Explanation: What does a black hole look like? To find out, radio telescopes from around the Earth coordinated observations of black holes with the largest known event horizons on the sky. Alone, black holes are just black, but these monster attractors are known to be surrounded by glowing gas. The first image was released yesterday and resolved the area around the black hole at the center of galaxy M87 on a scale below that expected for its event horizonPictured, the dark central region is not the event horizon, but rather the black hole’s shadow — the central region of emitting gas darkened by the central black hole’s gravity. The size and shape of the shadow is determined by bright gas near the event horizon, by strong gravitational lensing deflections, and by the black hole’s spin. In resolving this black hole’s shadow, the Event Horizon Telescope (ETH) bolstered evidence that Einstein’s gravity works even in extreme regions, and gave clear evidence that M87 has a central spinning black hole of about 6 billion solar masses. The EHT is not done — future observations will be geared toward even higher resolution, better tracking of variability, and exploring the immediate vicinity of the black hole in the center of our Milky Way Galaxy.Tomorrow’s picture: open space