Extreme cold in Waterloo Region: How you whiled away the day

A compilation of tweets on how residents from around Waterloo Region and surrounding area spent a record-breakingly cold day.
(Submitted by @JoeSzalai via Twitter)

A record low temperature of –26.8 C for Feb. 15  was recorded Sunday morning at Region of Waterloo International Airport, barely beating a 1987 record of –26.7 C, says Mitch Meredith, a meteorologist at Environment Canada.

That meant many of us spent what was otherwise a bright, sunny day indoors.

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