posted on Dec, 17 2009 @ 12:31 AM
Hey OP, it is funny that you mention that. I remember some weird lady talking about how you folks saw not nearly enough snow last winter (In
Anchorage/Mat-Su), yet Anchorage received 110", which is within their top Five Snowiest Winters I believe (It goes to show how some people make
I am in Washington, D.C., and please, keep sending us this weather! I love Snow, and Cold (I might even be heading up your way in the near future).
I am certain that you also know that Edmonton, AB recently broke temperature records as well. On December 13th (Sunday), they hit -51 Degrees
Fahrenheit, which broke their previous record of -33 Degrees Fahrenheit (Which was set in 2008). Downtown Edmonton broke a record as well, when they
hit -37 Degrees Fahrenheit, which surpassed their previous cold record of -27 Degrees Fahrenheit (Set in 1882). Oh yeah, if you also factor in the
Wind Chill to the -51F reading, it was actually -76 Degrees Fahrenheit (I am certain that will wake you up really quickly, if you should decide to
take a stroll lol). Heck, I have no idea how my Husky will feel about -76F Wind Chills.