I know the unseasonably, mild temperatures and lack of snow in the lower 48 have many of us asking,
We even have daffodils blooming in our yard,
But we know where to find Old Man Winter...
Good Morning Anchorage and Ms. Ina and Pups,
where it's a toasty 9 BELOW zero!
"This camera is located on the north side of 4th Avenue, at the intersection of 4th Avenue and D street. The camera looks toward the south-west, down the length of the avenue. This camera also catches several downtown events such as the Fur Rondy and the Iditarod."
Be sure to check out Ms. Ina's blog to see how she's dealing with winter in Anchorage! Ha!
And if that's not cold enough for you....
how about -48, in beautiful downtown Fairbanks!
"The ArcticCam gives the real-time view from the second floor of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner building in Fairbanks, Alaska. The camera is looking south toward the Chena River and downtown Fairbanks. The church on the left is Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, which dates to the founding of Fairbanks. It was moved to its present location in 1911. The church is on the National Registry of Historic Sites. The building on the right is the Big International (Big I) Bar."
You'll find several comments on ArcticCam from the hearty, good-natured locals, describing how they are dealing with this recent "cold snap."
Kind of makes us pups glad we live in Georgia!
We're sending lots of warm thoughts to all our friends in Alaska!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend, wherever you hang your hat!