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posted by Anne Elliott alias annkelliott on Thursday 16th of January 2020 06:45:58 PM

-29C = -20.2F -33C = -27.4F -42C = -43.6F We hit -31C and -40C windchill at half past midnight yesterday morning, 15 January 2020. Then, around 1:30 this morning, 16 January, the windchill reached -42C! Thursday, 16 January 2020: our temperature at noon is -29C (windchill -36C). It may well have been a degree or two colder, earlier. Sunrise is at 8:32 am, sunset at 5:00 pm. We were in a brutal, dangerous deep freeze last weekend and it is continuing all this week. Sunday is forecast to have a high of -6C (windchill -8C) and, after that, things look like they will improve. Temperatures not to mess with at the moment - if you don't absolutely have to go out, be wise and stay home. It amazes me that schools have not closed down. We will all be so relieved when this frigid spell is over. I am adding the description written under another photo taken that day. "Yesterday morning, 22 September 2015, I was out with friends on a three hour birding walk at Mallard Point, Fish Creek Park. A beautiful sunny day, with the temperature between 8C and 13C, and 44 bird species were seen (not all by me, as usual). The American White Pelicans and the Cormorants are always favourites of mine. After the walk, friend Sandy asked if I wanted to go back to the place SW of the city and SW of Millarville, where I had managed to spot (on 17 September) a group of three mature Amanita muscaria (Fly Agaric) mushrooms. We don't get the bright red ones with white dots here (the kind that you see in children's fairytale books), but we very occasionally come across a yellow or orangy one if we are very lucky. I think I have only ever seen these three times - at West Bragg Creek, Rod Handfield's land and I think Marsden Creek in Kananaskis. I was so longing to see one again and thought it was worth the drive just to check. We were able to check for any Fly Agarics - not a single one to be found this time, not even the three I had found the other day. Several years ago, there was quite a large patch of them right there. It's a bit late in the fungi season, unfortunately. We wandered through the forest just a little way - such a beautiful, rich forest floor. We have all reckoned that this forest is one of our favourites, with so many things to be found. We haven't had any trips out there the last three or so years."

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