A cold snap that he was ill-prepared for resulted in one man going to bed last night clad in his tracksuit, big, thick football socks, a scarf, and a ski hat.
Moys Kenwood, 56, a resident in Tapon commune, usually retires for the night in a T-shirt and a pair of boxer shorts, but a severe fall in overnight temperatures meant that those items would have been wholly inadequate.
Instead, he dug out his tracksuit and other sundry winter items to combat the cold air circulating in this part of the province.
"It's fair nithering. We go from one extreme to the other, from baking hot to freezing cold. I only wish I had me mittens with me."
Snow is not expected.