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#1
Temperatures in Winnipeg hovered around -31 degrees Celsius yesterday afternoon, which were the coldest afternoon temperatures the area has seen in several years. Wind chill values, which had dipped to near or at -50 earlier in the day, were still hovering around -40 in the afternoon — cold enough to freeze expose skin in as little as five minutes

... but over the past month, REMS has been reporting daily high temperatures ranging from -25 to -31 degrees Celcius, and according to the data, -31 degrees Celsius is the coldest daily high the rover has seen since it landed!!


http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/geekquinox/frigid-winnipeg-temperatures-reach-cold-planet-mars-204225571.html

lol canada
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yeah, that's why I moved to the tropics years ago. Who the hell would want to live in that????
#7
it was -51*C w/ the wind chill in my town (northern manitoba)

it was crazy
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#9
-56 with the wind in some places here in quebec. That's almost -60
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how much of the infrastructure is still working?
just a curious seeing as britain seems to collapse in on itself whenever any weather happens.
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Buy a heater assholes!

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how much of the infrastructure is still working?
just a curious seeing as britain seems to collapse in on itself whenever any weather happens.
I noticed nothing out of the ordinary in terms of internet/electricity/phone service/etc here in Winnipeg

We are used to ridiculously low temperatures.
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how much of the infrastructure is still working?
just a curious seeing as britain seems to collapse in on itself whenever any weather happens.

The difference is we are ready for it. How many places in the world just go full ****** when it gets just a little snowy?
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i wish i was in northern ontario or at least manitoba right now

really underrated province tbh

people are too busy creaming their pants over bc these days




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The difference is we are ready for it. How many places in the world just go full ****** when it gets just a little snowy?

my cities not ready for it. we exceeded the entire $200,000 yearly snow removal budget before christmas
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#18
I dislike anything under 45 Fahrenheit/ 7.2 Celsius. You crazy Canadians can keep your cold weather.
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It's not really a global warming. The global weather is just going crazy, snow in Jerusalem and in the Colorado, this summer here we had some 45 degrees celcius and now-55 thats a 100 degrees jump...
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i wish i was in northern ontario or at least manitoba right now

really underrated province tbh

people are too busy creaming their pants over bc these days

manitoba is just northern ontario but shittier.

northern ontario is ideal


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#21
I live in South Dakota, which is close enough to Canada that we get their ****ing winds all winter. There was a week or so last winter where with wind factored in it was -40 F (which is also -40 C) like every day and last week the weather went from 30 degrees to -30 in a matter of hours because of the weather coming down from Canada. Seriously, Canada is like Hell on Earth.
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I live in South Dakota, which is close enough to Canada that we get their ****ing winds all winter. There was a week or so last winter where with wind factored in it was -40 F (which is also -40 C) like every day and last week the weather went from 30 degrees to -30 in a matter of hours because of the weather coming down from Canada. Seriously, Canada is like Hell on Earth.

Yeah hell on earth when you're a ****ing pussy... Siberia's much worse...
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#23
The funny thing is, it was like 40 C one day here.

Also last week it dropped 30 degrees C in a few hours.
#24
Nah screw that I'm moving. Just because some other random place is worse doesn't mean I have to put up with this shit for no reason.
#25
And here I am in Washington State (Canada-adjacent), complaining if the temperature gets anywhere close to freezing.
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I live in South Dakota, which is close enough to Canada that we get their ****ing winds all winter. There was a week or so last winter where with wind factored in it was -40 F (which is also -40 C) like every day and last week the weather went from 30 degrees to -30 in a matter of hours because of the weather coming down from Canada. Seriously, Canada is like Hell on Earth.

Nothing with the word 'south' in it is close enough to canada to understand.
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#27
As a person from Calgary I can claim having the craziest weather ever, 12-1pm is awesome 2 degrees. 3pm rolls around and we are -30 without the windchill and in a blizzard.

Personally I'd take consistency here.
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Nothing with the word 'south' in it is close enough to canada to understand.

It's further north than most of Maine, so yeah.
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it was -51*C w/ the wind chill in my town (northern manitoba)

it was crazy


How does that shit feel? I've never experienced weather that cold.

Do you feel your skin just freeze? Does it hurt?
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#32
Mars is like the Canada of planets anyway.

But seriously. I cry like a bitch when it gets to be 50 degrees here. I don't know how you Canadians do it.
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I can tell you that's a fake picture...

I walk when I go to work and when it's really cold it kinda sucks mostly in the face area. Freezing basically feels like burning, it's the same kind of injury...
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#36
Its not THAT bad.

You just wear a lot of layers and a scarf, gloves etc.
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#37
I remember years ago when I was in elementary school there was a few days during a freezing cold week that buses were cancelled in my district because it was too cold for buses to start.

I don't get that kind of cold out in Halifax anymore, it's usually pretty mild most of the time. I love winter and the cold, but after coming home for the Christmas break and feeling the past few days -32 with the wind chill I don't really miss it all that much.
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#39
Like 3 weeks ago for an hour here it was the coldest city in the world. As much as I love alberta, ****ing windchill of -52 makes me want to move
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