You know it's been really cold when you see the temperature has gone up to -15°C and you think 'My, this is so warm'! It was -31°C this morning, and it did rise to -15 by mid-afternoon, and yes it felt 'warm' in comparison! (That's from -24°F to 5°F).
I don't know when I've seen a temperature this cold, before you consider the windchill. Last year was the year of excessive snow; this year is the year of excessive cold! (Sorry, that 2nd shot is taken through a screen window, a bit blurry).
So this morning it was several shots through windows in the house, not going outside at all. Shortly after sunrise, these were the shadows across the side yard. Still about 2' of snow on the level.
Looking out the kitchen window to the east - through that gap in the trees is the 'valley'.
We even had a few small icicles hanging from the eavestrough, somewhat damaged from when the ice came crashing off the roof in January.
And the view through the living room window looking west. Can I detect a little bit of pink cast across the snow by the rising sun? All shots taken from indoors, but I'm going to run out of views fast! Hope these temperatures don't last.