Saturday, December 01, 2007

But it's sunny!


(That's "feels like -8" in American.)

13 comments:

Cheryl said...

It is very, very cold out there! Having ventured out, I suggest curling up at home with a cup of tea. I like the sun, but the deep freeze that comes with it makes me miss the snow from yesterday!

jane said...

Gross. I hate winter. Bah!

Anonymous said...

Hmmm. That is way, way, way to cold. Stay at home and out of that frigid weather.

Carla-I'm so happy to live in Atlanta, GA were it's 61 F or 16 C :)

caro said...

Wooo! Cold! We're only at Feels Like -9 here today. I'm jealous in a funny way.

Anonymous said...

Hee, hee! I just came in from a walk and was complaining to my son that it was way too cold--it's 1C (33F). In my defense, I am a tropical baby.

Carrieoke said...

oh my god. I can't even imagine. SO COLD. Can't. handle. the cold.

Julie said...

i would've killed for that yesterday and the day before. we were about -37C with the windchill. and some northern parts of Manitoba were -41C with the windchill.

it's so. cold. isn't winter the greatest! :s

Chris said...

We didn't get that cold, but we had some darned cold sunny days earlier in the week. Now it's warmer, and snowing lots.

melissa said...

yikes! stay warm!

Anonymous said...

Only a tough Canadian can tolerate, sometimes appreciate, and always joke about winter temps, including windchill ('feels like'factor).

It's -22°C in Regina and we're going skating in an outdoor rink today. ;o)

Leanne said...

It was like that yesterday in Ottawa too. Good thing we have warm woolie things to wear!

Anonymous said...

There was a t-shirt I saw from Arizona or some such place that had a skeleton on a lawnchair and the caption was "But it's dry heat!" There's got to be a "feels like" equivalent t-shirt for the subzero set, eh?

I think I don't knit fast enough for this weather :-)

Lee Ann

Stacey said...

yep - it was about that cold here too!!!! brrrr!