This Town of Stephenville’s combination plow and sand/salt truck could hardly be seen during a snow squall late Wednesday morning on Carolina Avenue in Stephenville as the driver worked at keep roads clear.
This unidentified pedestrian, walking along Carolina Avenue in Stephenville on Wednesday morning while wind chill temperatures were in the high minus 20s, was well-dressed, with clothing that was not only warm but also bright, so he could be seen during the squalls that brought with them low visibility.
Not only was it bone-chillingly freezing and slippery, but poor visibility made driving around Corner Brook extra challenging in Wednesday’s extremely cold weather.
A woman carrying several bags makes her way across blustery Herald Avenue in near-whiteout conditions Wednesday.
Adam Webber braved the elements as he waited patiently in downtown Corner Brook for the city’s public transit bus to pick him up in Wednesday’s extremely chilly temperatures. The mercury dropped to around -18 C, but the wind chill made it feel like it was twice as cold as that at times.