Snow ending early this afternoon then clearing. Wind up to 15 km/h. Temperature falling to -18 this afternoon. Wind chill -19 this morning and -30 this afternoon. Risk of frostbite. Clear tonight. Wind up to 15 km/h. Low -32. Wind chill -29 this evening and -38 overnight. Risk of frostbite. Currently we have isolated flurries a temperature of -17 and feels like -21 our winds are 5 km/h from the NNE.
Currently we have NO weather warnings and NO weather/wind warnings at this time.
Our highways in and around our area are SNOW COVERED, SLIPPERY AND THERE IS BLOWING SNOW IN OPENING AREAS. CAUTION WHEN TRAVELING ON OUR HIGHWAYS TODAY!
HAVE A GREAT FRIDAY! AND WEEKEND!
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Astronomy Picture of the Day
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Explanation: The dependable annual Geminid meteor shower will be near its peak tonight (December 13/14) and before tomorrow’s dawn. As Earth crosses through the dusty trail of active asteroid 3200 Phaethon the meteors will flash through the sky from the shower’s radiant in Gemini. Gemini will be pretty easy for skygazers to find too as it won’t be far from a nearly full waning gibbous Moon. You don’t have look at the shower’s radiant to see meteors though. The almost full moonlight won’t hide the brightest of the Geminids from view either, but it will substantially reduce the rate of visible meteors for those who are counting. In fact, the 2019 Geminids should look a lot like the 2016 meteor shower This composite image from the 2016 Geminids aligns individual short exposures to capture many of the brighter Geminid meteors, inspite of a Full Moon shining near the constellation of the Twins. Along the horizon are the Teide Observatory’s Solar Laboratory (right) and the Teide volcano on the Canary Island of Tenerife.