The cold persevered through this past week ranging from -23c to -35c with wind chill feel of up to -55. Travelers with Natural Habitat Adventures and guide Karen arrived on the tail end of the previous week’s stormy front lingering in the Churchill region. Brrrrr-ave travelers from down South.
Posts from ‘February, 2011’
A winter storm thrashed at the Churchill region over the past two days. Snowfall was not heavy though the winds were…driving blowing snow sideways and insuring the true low temperatures felt much colder- minus 55 C. Even Churchill has a threshold for cold as schools were forced to close to avoid frost-bitten little ones. Via [...]
Churchill once again is welcoming travelers from around the globe to witness the scintillating display of aurora borealis activity. The Churchill region provides optimal conditions, especially this time of year, for consistent, prolonged viewing of this amazing spectacle. Barring the dynamic cold temperatures, one can see the “Northern lights” with little interference in the sky [...]
As winter has settled in to an up and down cycle of cold and colder, everything around has frozen and most life aside from the human population has come to a standstill. Temperatures are just below freezing again- considered a thaw by most Churchillians- though expected to dip again by weeks end into the -25C [...]