Unforgiving cold marked the start of 2022 over the weekend, keeping the snow on Baldy feeling fresh—but presenting some other problems, as this Hailey house demonstrates. Temperatures cratered at -11 degrees Fahrenheit in Hailey and Ketchum on Jan. 1, with wind chills approaching -20, according to the National Weather Service. But that’s basically jogging weather compared to Stanley, where thermometers touched -25 New Year’s morning. Express photo by Roland Lane
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