Talk:Ice, snow, and cold strike throughout Europe

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<brianmc> !weather EBBR
<Wikilinker> brianmc: EBBR at 2009-01-06T21:50:00Z: Clear - Temp: -12.0°C (10.4°F) - Dew Pt: -13.0°C (8.6°F) - Wind: NW 2 kts (2.3 mph)

--Brian McNeil / talk 22:06, 6 January 2009 (UTC)

Since I've been asked... The above is a snippet from IRC. EBBR is the code for Zaventem airport (more commonly known as Brussels International). There is a timestamp of when the weather conditions were retrieved, then a fairly simple list of basic conditions. As this is about 5 minutes away from me I can say, yes, clear skies, bloody freezing, and very little wind. --Brian McNeil / talk 22:53, 6 January 2009 (UTC)

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"This was combined with freezing, Arctic-like temperatures ranging from -5° Celsius (23° Fahrenheit) to -5°C (14°F) in the United Kingdom and France,"

From -5° Celcius to -5°C? That's the same damned thing; which one of the Fahrenheit measures, which I assume to be correct, actually corresponds to -5°C?


Isn't this known as "Winter"? - 16:04, 8 January 2009 (UTC)

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