As usual mimic is closed for the weekend. The morning maps show the 40 below air glacier snagged on Hudson Bay. You can see it on the wind map.
The heat pouring out of the bay disturbs the laminar wind pattern, which is the key to a strong air glacier. Once the bay freezes up, we still have the Great Lakes. Toronto will only get to 30 below when Lakes Huron and Erie freeze over.
In Europe (I really don't care) we have a wonderful Siberian air blob.
It's pouring right over the UK, but it is not that cold.
Needs a few more air glaciers because of residual heat.