Our thermometer read -4° this morning, that's with a windchill of -20°.
Diamond dust over Lake Michigan, Chicago
Diamond dust has been in the air this bitter cold winter ~ tiny ice crystals falling from an apparently clear sky, when the temperatures are subzero. In sunlight, moonlight, or artificial light, the ice crystals glitter and shine like diamonds.
Tom Skilling is predicting lows of -22°, that’s 22° below 0°for tomorrow night, and -20° for Wednesday night-----windchill -42°! He says the highs will be 3° Tuesday, -12° for Wednesday, and -2° Thursday.
We're having the harshest, coldest winter here in decades...
And to top it all of, we had another 6” of snow overnight!