Every major city in Canada is below freezing right now except one
According to Enviroment Canada, every major city in Canada had a temperature of below freezing today, except for lucky Vancouver, who is sitting at a balmy 5 degrees.
The other major cities like Toronto, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Montreal, are left to contend with freezing temperatures. Though some temperatures aren't as bad as others.
For people in Edmonton -15 proabably doesn't even feel that cold at this point.
Winnipeg is enduring bone chilling -18 degree weather today, and are expecting at least 15 cm of snow later on this evening.
Everyone freaking out about the cold weather. Guess what? It's January. In Winnipeg. Canada. You. See. This. Every. Damn. Year!— Scott (@crazyindapeg) January 8, 2020
Montreal isn't as cold, only feeling like -1 earlier today, but still below freezing nonetheless.
Toronto had to issue the first extreme cold weather alert of the year today, with temperatures dropping to -13, feeling like -16 with the windchill.
Dr. Eileen de Villa, Toronto's Medical Officer of Health, has issued an Extreme Cold Weather Alert today for Toronto in anticipation of colder weather conditions within the next 24 hours or longer. News Release: https://t.co/RbUUU6xqH2— City of Toronto (@cityoftoronto) January 8, 2020
Toronto's Extreme Cold Weather Alerts activate local services that focus on getting and keeping vulnerable residents inside.
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