If the extreme temperatures are sticking around, we might as well have some fun, right?
Weather Network reporter Kyle Brittain did just that with his Frozen Clothes Band, showing Albertans that a little cold weather doesn’t stop creativity!
— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) February 8, 2021
After a weekend cold enough to freeze clothing, temperatures will stay well below zero this week.
It’s currently -25°C in the city, although it feels like -34°C.
With an extreme cold warning put in effect by Environment Canada this morning, temperatures could feel as low as -40°C to -55°C with the windchill.
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The Weather Network forecasts that Calgarians will see a high of -26°C on both Wednesday and Thursday, plummeting as low as -33°C overnight.
It sounds like conditions will be perfect to create a Frozen Clothes Band of your own – or find another fun way to exploit the cold weather for entertainment purposes!
Sunday brings some much-needed sunshine, with the high finally warming up to -16°C. Here’s hoping things continue on an upward trend into next week.