Wolf Creek buses not running today

Extreme cold warning in effect

It is 40 below outside this morning (Jan. 14) and buses are not running for Wolf Creek Schools. Schools are open only to those writing high school exams.

An extreme cold warning is in effect.

According to Environment Canada’s weather report for Central Alberta it is to be sunny this morning with a mix of sun and cloud this afternoon. Ice fog patches dissipating this morning. Wind up to 15 km/h. The high is forecast to be minus 32 with a wind chill of minus 47 this morning and minus 38 this afternoon. Frostbite in minutes. UV index 1 or low.

Tonight the forecast is partly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of flurries late this evening and overnight. The wind is to get up to 15 km/h.The low is forecast to be minus 40 with the wind chill at minus 39 this evening and minus 45 overnight.

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