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Old 01-11-2004, 03:18 AM
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Default to Milloup - so colllllddddddd

In fact Bente it was not so cold on that day, it was a very pleasant temperature, somewhere in the viciniy of -4 C if I remember. A perfect day to go hiking, no need to get overdressed, and you can eat your lunch just sitting outside looking at the scenery.
Yes it is quite cold here since a week - averaging -20/-25C in Quebec and with the wind it gives a windchill factor of about -30/-40. It's something we have to deal with every year for a few weeks, usually in February. I heard too of one person who died, an old woman in the 90's who went out her residence and for some unknown reason she was found dead ouside.
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Old 01-11-2004, 02:12 PM
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Default Re: to Milloup - so colllllddddddd

-30/-40 brrrr.. I'll stay indoors ;-)) I think your weather must have been pretty bad to make the Danish national news, but if I recall it correctly, they said the East coast was affected the worst. If we get -5/-10 and a windchill factor of a little more, then that would be considered cold here. Mostly, our winters are grey and dull with temperatures just above or below freezing - not very good for taking photos :-((
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