Catching a wave outside of 100 Mile House at -40C on Tuesday morning. (Kathy Conway photo)

Tribune readers share ‘cool’ shots during cold snap

An extreme cold warning continues with bitterly cold arctic air

Readers from near and far showed us the beauty in this extreme cold weather we are having in the Cariboo-Chilcotin.

From frosty livestock to unique ice patterns and sun dogs, readers are sharing their ‘cool shots’ as the daytime temperatures stays at -31C in Williams Lake, but colder in other locations.

Check out the photographs.



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