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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #60 on: March 12, 2019, 02:13:57 AM »
March Break 'springs forward': snow to 20 degrees in Ontario

Monday, March 11th 2019, 7:02 am - Some big changes are coming to Ontario for March Break.

March Break has started for Ontario schools, and while weather for the holiday week famously varies dramatically year-to-year, this year's edition seems set to vary wildly all in one week. Snow showers and chilly winds will give way to a very spring-like storm and soaring temperatures as the week goes on, with the chance for our first 20ºC reading of 2019 in the province. We break down what you need to know to plan your week, below.

https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/southern-ontario-march-break-weather-incoming-colorado-low-well-above-seasonal-temperatures

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #61 on: March 13, 2019, 02:23:04 AM »
Ontario: Surging March Break temperatures come at rainy cost
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Tuesday, March 12th 2019, 7:15 am - Rain, snow, and double digit temperatures are all on the table for Ontario this March Break.

2019's March Break is on track to live up to the holiday's reputation for changeable weather. While some in Ontario will be shoveling snow this week, others will see temperatures warm enough for drinks on the patio. A very spring-like storm is on the horizon for the latter half of the week, bringing everything from a hefty helping of snow to the chance for our first 20ºC reading of the year. We break down what you need to know to plan your week, below.

WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS
    Colorado low begins to impact Great Lakes region early Wednesday
    Bulk of system moves in early Thursday
    Widespread rain for south, thunderstorms possible southwest
    Snow for northwest
    System brings potential for temperatures in the high teens in southwestern regions

RAINY SYSTEM EYES SOUTHERN ONTARIO
Tuesday may prove to be the sunniest day of March Break in Ontario, as the snow flurries move out and a dome of high pressure briefly settles over the province.

Much milder temperatures are in store for the rest of the week, although they come with a rainy price tag, as we track another Colorado low moving into the Great Lakes.


https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/southern-ontario-march-break-weather-incoming-colorado-low-well-above-seasonal-temperatures
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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #62 on: March 14, 2019, 02:31:06 AM »
Ontario: Temperatures climb as rain, snow move in

Wednesday, March 13th 2019, 6:27 am - Rain, snow, and double digit temperatures are all on the table for Ontario this March Break.

2019's March Break is on track to live up to the holiday's reputation for changeable weather, depending on where you are in Ontario. For some, an incoming system will bring shovellable snow, but for others rain -- including thunderstorm risk -- and a chance for temperatures within striking range of the 20-degree mark. We break down what you need to know to plan your week, below.

WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS
    Colorado low begins to impact Great Lakes region early Wednesday
    Bulk of system moves in early Thursday
    Widespread rain for south, thunderstorms possible southwest
    Snow for northwest
    System brings potential for temperatures in the high teens in the southwest


https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/southern-ontario-march-break-weather-incoming-colorado-low-well-above-seasonal-temperatures

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #63 on: March 15, 2019, 02:44:20 AM »
  This hour's hot and cold spots ...  Hot spot in Ontario: 10.4 °C   50.7 °F Windsor Airport; Sarnia; Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport
Cold spot in Ontario: -13.6 °C   7.5 °F Fort Severn Airport
 

  Hot spot in Canada: 10.4 °C   50.7 °F Windsor Airport, ON; Sarnia, ON; Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -47.3 °C   -53.1 °F Thomsen River, NT
   

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #64 on: March 16, 2019, 02:29:57 AM »
Parts Of Canada Will Get 20°C Summer Weather Next Week The Weather Network forecasts "summer-like" weather next week in several Canadian provinces.
https://www.narcity.com/ca/bc/vancouver/news/parts-of-canada-will-get-20degreec-summer-weather-next-week

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #65 on: March 17, 2019, 02:40:35 AM »
Ontario: Weekend shot of snow, below seasonal temps move in

Friday, March 15th 2019, 8:54 pm - The wild March weather continues across Ontario as the battle between winter and spring remains.


https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/ontario-wild-march-weather-significant-interruption-to-mild-pattern-below-seasonal-temperatures-shot-of-snow

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #66 on: March 18, 2019, 02:38:20 AM »
Hundreds evacuated as flooding targets southwestern Ontario

Saturday, March 16th 2019, 8:51 pm - The swinging temperatures have caused flooding conditions for some

The warm temperature that saw out the week may have been welcome to a winter-weary province, but they — and the accompanying rains — have had an unwelcome side-effect: localized flooding due to a combination of snowmelt and ice jams.

https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/flooding-impacting-roads-and-homes-in-southwestern-ontario-new-hamburg-kitchener-kingston-bolton-caledon

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #67 on: March 19, 2019, 02:27:04 AM »
Canada's Earliest Heat Wave Ever Is Forecasted To Hit This Week

This would be the earliest heat wave on record in Canada!
According to The Weather Network, Canada is set to see the earliest heat wave on record this week, with some provinces expected to see a couple 20°C days in a row.

So while there may have been an earlier heat wave before they started keeping track of these kinds of things, as far as we're concerned, this is the earliest heat wave ever seen in Canada.

https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/western-canada-warm-up-above-seasonal-march-british-columbia-alberta-saskatchewan

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #68 on: March 20, 2019, 02:30:22 AM »
Territory temperatures spring to top of global anomaly pack

Tuesday, March 19th 2019, 8:03 am - Spring has sprung parts of western Canada into the lead when it comes to above-average temperatures across the globe.

We may be counting down the last few days before the official start of spring, but it seems like the new season couldn't wait to get started across northwestern Canada.

In fact, soaring temperatures from the Yukon to Hudson Bay have landed northern Canada in the top spot when it comes to above-average temperature anomalies around the globe over the past few weeks.



https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/above-average-temperatures-biggest-anomaly-in-the-world-in-northwest-territories-northern-canada

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #69 on: March 21, 2019, 01:57:50 AM »
B.C. smashed 26 weather records and Squamish was the hottest place in Canada

February’s Metro Vancouver weather forecast included temperatures that felt like -14°C. Now, in stark contrast, the March forecast includes temperatures as high as 22°C inland.

In fact, February 2019 was the coldest February on record in Metro Vancouver since the records began in 1937. Conversely, March 2019 has already broken a number of daily highs, and the overall temperatures for the month are markedly higher.

Vancouver Is Awesome spoke to Matt MacDonald, Meteorologist, Environment Canada, who explained what the Lower Mainland has to look forward to in the coming days.
https://www.vancouverisawesome.com/2019/03/19/vancouver-weather-records-broken-squamish/

  Yesterday's hot and cold spots ...  Hot spot in Ontario: 8.4 °C   47.1 °F Hamilton
Cold spot in Ontario: -26.7 °C   -16.1 °F Moosonee Airport
 

  Hot spot in Canada: 24.5 °C   76.1 °F Abbotsford Airport, BC
Cold spot in Canada: -44.8 °C   -48.6 °F Eureka, NU
   

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #70 on: March 22, 2019, 02:39:38 AM »
Spring weather forecast 2019: What Canadians can expect from coast to coast to coast
By Anthony Farnell    Chief Meteorologist  Global News   

After a long winter for most of Canada, spring is finally here.

Out west, the season is off to an incredible start with numerous high temperature records being set. The ridge of high pressure responsible for the record heat will only slow down through early April, so expect mild and dry weather to continue.


At the same time, the eastern half of the country will have a harder time escaping the leftover winter chill. A back-and-forth pattern will see cold weather through at least early April, with the potential for at least one more snowstorm in Quebec and Atlantic Canada.

Here’s what Canadians can expect this spring, from coast to coast to coast.

Atlantic Canada and Newfoundland
A chilly start to spring will eventually turn milder as the jet stream becomes more zonal (west to east). Occasional storms could bring rain and snow through the first half of April, but overall, this won’t be the same wild spring we saw last year.

A slow and steady snowmelt is expected across New Brunswick, but some spring flooding is still likely due to the large remaining snowpack.

Ontario and Quebec

Colder than normal temperatures will prevail through early April, before the pattern breaks down and we see warm air ride in from the west. The mild conditions of mid and late spring will likely more than offset the chilly start to the season. This is completely different than last year, when April brought abnormal cold, rain, snow and a significant ice storm across southern Ontario.

The much-dried pattern forecast this year should limit a major flood threat in April, but it’s something we’ll be watching closely due to the large amount of snow left over.

Prairie provinces

Flooding is something many Manitoba residents are fearing mainly due to the snow and ice on the ground, but also because of what’s occurring south of the border. Winter left significant amounts of snow and ice across the northern Plains, including the upper reaches of the Red River.

The spring melt will continue, and with the river flowing from south to north, the flood threat on that river and others is something I’ll be watching into May. Thankfully, below-normal precipitation will limit any additional runoff.

Temperatures will be above normal through the Prairies but be warmest in Alberta. Even with the mild forecast, one or two late-season snowstorms are likely in places like Edmonton and Calgary.

B.C.
The record warmth to start spring can’t last forever, but the ridge of high pressure causing it will only slowly break down. By mid-April, temperatures will return to seasonal before warming again late in May.

The early season alpine snow melt is causing significant rises on rivers and streams, but this may also prevent a bigger flood threat later in the spring. Rainfall is expected to be near or below normal for much of the province.

https://globalnews.ca/news/5077899/spring-weather-forecast-canada-2019/

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #71 on: March 23, 2019, 02:39:32 AM »
Smashing start to spring: 79 record highs broken across Canada
By Tiffany Lizée    Meteorologist  Global News   

Temperatures soared to record-breaking heights on Wednesday, making for a memorable first day of spring.

A whopping 79 new records were set across the country, with majority being in Western Canada.

According to Environment Canada, this kind of widespread heat in March hasn’t been seen in 25 years.

https://globalnews.ca/news/5081710/canada-weather-environment-spring-records/


  Yesterday's hot and cold spots ...  Hot spot in Ontario: 9.6 °C   49.3 °F Welland-Pelham
Cold spot in Ontario: -14.6 °C   5.7 °F Fort Severn Airport
 

  Hot spot in Canada: 20.7 °C   69.3 °F Hope Airport, BC
Cold spot in Canada: -37.9 °C   -36.2 °F Qikiqtarjuaq, NU
   

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #72 on: March 24, 2019, 02:27:29 AM »
Yesterday's hot and cold spots ...

Hot spot in Ontario: 7.4 °C   45.3 °F CFB Trenton
Cold spot in Ontario: -20.5 °C   -4.9 °F Moosonee Airport; Moosonee 

Hot spot in Canada: 19.6 °C   67.3 °F Medicine Hat, AB
Cold spot in Canada: -40.3 °C   -40.5 °F Eureka, NU
   
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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #73 on: March 25, 2019, 02:24:50 AM »
Search for Ambar Roy on hold due to weather, scheduled to continue Sunday
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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #74 on: March 26, 2019, 02:23:49 AM »
  Yesterday's hot and cold spots ...  Hot spot in Ontario: 13.4 °C   56.1 °F Sarnia
Cold spot in Ontario: -24.9 °C   -12.8 °F Muskrat Dam Airport
 

  Hot spot in Canada: 17.3 °C   63.1 °F Bella Coola, BC
Cold spot in Canada: -38.6 °C   -37.5 °F Eureka, NU
   

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #76 on: March 28, 2019, 02:12:35 AM »
Ottawa blows through snow budget for 7th straight year

Tuesday, March 26th 2019, 9:15 pm - City records $7.2 million deficit for winter maintenance in 2018.

For the seventh year in a row, the City of Ottawa overspent its budget for clearing snow and ice from the area's streets and sidewalks, plowing more than $75 million into winter maintenance for 2018.

It allotted $68.4 million for the work, but as the city closes the books on last year, figures show the city's roads department spent $7.2 million more than that.

Snow and freezing rain in April and November stretched out the season and meant extra salt and grit used on roads and sidewalks, and more work for the winter fleet.

Budget documents show the city's winter operations crews dealt with rain, freezing rain or snow 98 times over the 2018 calendar year, which spans two different winters. Crews also had to handle 89 freeze/thaw cycles and 91 hours of freezing rain.

The number of those types of weather events is higher than the 20-year average, according to the city.

https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/ottawa-blows-through-snow-budget-for-7th-straight-year-2018-budget-deficit

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #77 on: March 29, 2019, 02:20:44 AM »
Yesterday's hot and cold spots ... 

Hot spot in Ontario: 12.4 °C    54.3 °F Fort Frances
Cold spot in Ontario: -16.2 °C    2.8 °F Algonquin Park East Gate 

Hot spot in Canada: 20.1 °C    68.2 °F White Rock, BC
Cold spot in Canada: -41.1 °C    -42.0 °F Eureka, NU
   
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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #78 on: March 30, 2019, 02:33:03 AM »
Eastern Canada puts the west to shame for this 2019 title.
Thursday, March 28th 2019, 1:05 pm - Eastern Canada has gained some MAJOR bragging rights for snow totals in 2019 so far, putting some snow "victories" to shame in the west.

A true weather battle that's unfolding has brought some "March Madness" out of our own meteorologists. These jaw-dropping snow stats will explain why eastern Canada is picking up some major bragging rights so far this year. That's IF you want to even call this brag worthy.

WESTERN CANADA'S SNOW VICTORY
On Wednesday, Weather Network meteorologist Tyler Hamilton came out with this surprising snow bracket that saw Victoria, British Columbia beat out all of its major western opponents for the most snowfall recorded so far this 2019.

This truly was a "February of the ages" for the generally temperate city, as storm after storm dropped up to 70 cm of snow. In fact, at one point in February, Victoria was actually the snowiest city in Canada, which helped to give the area the bump it needed to surpass other major winter snowmakers like Edmonton, Alberta and Brandon, Manitoba these last few months.
"Victoria went on to the finals with Brandon, Manitoba, but with 70 cm of snow, Victoria knocked off all of the seemingly snowier communities across Canada," an excited Hamilton said on Wednesday.

EASTERN CANADA BLOWS THE WEST'S SNOW TOTALS OUT OF THE WATER
And while this is definitely noteworthy for Victoria and a huge win for the usually sunny city, Kelly Sonnenburg, another meteorologist at The Weather Network, has some even beefier snow stats that will put ALL of these western communities to shame.

"Okay Tyler, I see your 70 cm of snow in Victoria and I want to raise you over 200 cm!," Sonnenburg exclaims. "There's really NO comparison between the snow in western Canada and the east."

Just looking at a few major cities across parts of eastern Canada and the snow totals are nearly triple for what Victoria has "won."

In the city of Toronto for example, over 100 cm has fallen, while the nation's capital region sits at a comfortable (nearly) 200 cm of snow.

But how about Makkovik, Labrador that saw OVER 100 cm of snow in just three days time or Happy Valley-Goose Bay that has picked up 283 cm so far! We just can't make this stuff up.

Now let's remember, we are only three months into the year and parts of the Prairies can be known for their notorious April snow storms. There is still lots of time to make up for this title, so winter lover or not, a bit of healthy cross country competition doesn't hurt.

West or east 2019? Where does your bet go?


https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/canada-2019-snow-totals-west-verus-east-victoria-british-columbia-snowiest-february-toronto-ottawa-labrador

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #79 on: March 31, 2019, 02:15:00 AM »
Special weather statement issued for London region ahead of wet Saturday

London’s in for a rainy weekend.

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for London and Middlesex County calling for “significant rainfall” through the day on Saturday.

The national weather agency says the rain will begin overnight Friday and continue through the day, bringing as much as 15 to 25 millimetres by Saturday night when things turn over to snow as the temperature dips. More than 25 millimetres is possible, the advisory said.

A low pressure system is expected to track over the province Saturday. In the London region, Environment Canada says the showers could cause ponding in low-lying areas and on roadways.

“There remains considerable uncertainty in the exact track of this system and the associated precipitation,” the advisory said. “Rainfall warnings may be required.”

Special weather statements are in place across much of southern Ontario, with areas closer to London expecting significant rain. Areas north around cottage country, including Algonquin and Haliburton, are expecting significant snowfall.

In addition to the rain, London’s weekend forecast calls for gusty winds Saturday afternoon and a high of 5 C. Snowfall, about 2 to 4 centimetres worth, is expected Saturday night as the temperature dips to an overnight low of -2 C.

Sunday, meantime, is expected to be cloudy with a high of zero.

https://globalnews.ca/news/5112897/special-weather-statement-issued-for-london-region-ahead-of-wet-saturday/


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