Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
I read somewhere that the US Midwest has some of the largest temperature spans anywhere on the planet. With possible -30*F or even -40*F it it's really freaking cold, and more than +100*F in the summer with sticky humidity, the span can be as wide as 145 degrees F. That's 80 degrees C to all you civilized people.
That is about our temperature range from -40 C to +43 C but anything about 38 or below -30 is unusual which is what it was this morning -34C but we are sending it east to Regina and by Monday is supposed to be -5C. With a strong chinook we can get a change of 40 degrees in a day from -20 to +20. Sure wished that would happen today.