Cold, Cold, Cold

Hi there and welcome to another Weather Wednesday. This week it was cold, cold, cold. It seemed like we return to “the polar vortex “but not quite. However, it was really cold here in Southern Ontario and cold enough to issue an extreme cold warning for the Breater Toronto Area.

This was a problem for me because I had the misfortune of my handheld ham radio take a static hit, when I took it with me to an appointment last Tuesday. It was working fine in the morning and when I got back home it had been killed by static. Thankfully I replaced it on Thursday and everything is alright again.

This week it was cold as it was last week, yesterday but is forecasted to be mostly near seasonal temperatures throughout the week.

Another problem in this bitterly cold weather is that your iPhone will die, soon after it is exposed to the cold, even if you have a very hi charge on it. Just get it into a relatively warn place and it will work again.

Well, it isn’t much but that’s all I have for this weeks Weather Wednesday post.

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Another blog you may want to follow alongside this one is from Phil Chadwick. He is a retired meteorologist from Environment Canada and his specialty was severe weather. Here is the url.
Check it out if you are a weather nut. He has stuff in there that I didn’t even know. Well, after all, he did work for Environment Canada for many years and he retired in 2011.
Well, that’s it for today’s blog post. Talk to you on Sunday.


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