Haliburton has now passed the coldest day yet this year. Yesterday, temperatures reached a low of minus 28 degrees in the morning with the wind-chill. Environment Canada Meteorologist, Peter Kimbell, says it was the coldest day with wind factored in, though we have seen colder days based on temperature alone. Kimbell says these are normal temperatures for this time of year, and will probably continue into the last portion of January, the coldest part of the year. He does say the rest of the week will probably not be as cold as yesterday as the wind will die down a bit.