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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #280 on: November 04, 2019, 02:32:58 AM »
Yesterday's hot and cold spots ...

Hot spot in Newfoundland and Labrador: 11.6 °C   52.9 °F Pool's Island

Cold spot in Newfoundland and Labrador: -7.1 °C  19.2 °F Churchill Falls

Hot spot in Canada: 15.1 °C      59.2 °F Claresholm, AB

Cold spot in Canada: -28.0 °C  -18.4 °F Alert, NU

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #281 on: November 05, 2019, 03:25:25 AM »
Impacts of the Extreme 2019 Great Lakes High Water Levels Felt Throughout Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River
Anthony M. "Tony" David
International Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River Board
October 15, 2019
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An inundated dock and residential building in Ogdensburg, New York, in June 2019. Credit: Bryce Carmichael/Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River Board

When water supplies exceed capacity in the Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River system, water levels rise. When this happens, regulation is looked to as the solution. But during periods of extreme water supply, the ability of regulated outflows to influence Lake Ontario levels is greatly diminished. In practical terms, no regulation plan can eliminate high water events on Lake Ontario or the St. Lawrence River. 

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #282 on: November 06, 2019, 02:43:54 AM »
Prairies: Blasts of Arctic air bring rounds of snow, up to 30 cm for some
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Monday, November 4th 2019, 6:42 pm - The Prairies will see temperatures 10 to 15 degrees below seasonal this week.

Multiple blasts of Arctic air will bring temperatures well below seasonal -- and well below zero -- to the Prairies this week. Numerous rounds of snow will add to the wintry feel, particularly over western Alberta, where snowfall warnings are in effect. While the Arctic chill will relax its hold at times, for most, the frigid conditions will not be short-lived. Temperatures more typical of mid-winter are expected to dominate the first half of November. We take a look at how much snow to expect, and how cold it gets, below.
https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/cold-snap-blasts-into-prairies-with-arctic-air-and-rounds-of-snow

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #283 on: November 07, 2019, 03:02:46 AM »
Sorry snowbirds, parts of Canada are warmer than Florida next week
Jaclyn Whittal
Meteorologist

Tuesday, November 5th 2019, 3:10 pm - It is snowing across many provinces in Canada this week and the cold air mass could pay an unwelcome visit to snowbirds in the southern U.S., including Florida this weekend.

No Canadian wants to drive all the way down the interstate from a cold Canada only to find out it's equally cold in the southern U.S. That is what could unfold for many hoping to seek out some sunshine and beach weather the next few weeks in the Sunshine State.
WHAT'S CONSIDERED NORMAL FOR FLORIDA THIS TIME OF YEAR?

The average high for November in Pensacola, Florida, is about 21ºC, and the typical overnight low is around 12ºC. With a cold shot of air on the way later this week, the area could go down to the freezing mark during the overnight by early next week. That's not quite record-breaking, but still notably cold for this early in the season.

Several rounds of cold air will get reinforced by mid-next week. If you are or plan on vacationing farther south in the Sunshine State, the cold will not be as extreme, though you might want to pack your jacket. Areas like Orlando and Tampa will be looking at afternoon temperatures near 20ºC by the middle of next week, too. Overnight lows will stay much warmer than in the Panhandle, however, keeping the risk for freezing air at bay.

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COULD IT REALLY BE WARMER IN CANADA THAN FLORIDA NEXT WEEK?

The short answer is yes -- you might get bragging rights in you live in parts of Alberta or B.C. But there's a catch.

As Arctic air plunges south early next week, overnight temperatures across northern Florida will flirt with the freezing mark, while a ridge in western Canada will give daytime temperatures in parts of Alberta and B.C. a boost.

If we compare overnight to overnight, however, Florida is still likely to come out ahead, as lows in southern Alberta and B.C. are expected to drop closer to -5ºC while Pensacola hovers right near zero. Still, it's a lot closer than you'd expect the two places to be, particularly at this time of year.

The jet stream is to blame for the unusual weather. The ribbon of air in our upper atmosphere is responsible for separating the warm air and cold air. This air mass will be coming across the North Pole and into Canada first, before modifying slightly and pouring into the southern U.S.

The cold will spill into other parts of the south, including Atlanta, Georgia, where overnight lows close to -6ºC are possible early next week.
PATTERN WILL BE COLD ENOUGH FOR SNOW

As cold air collides with warmer air as it digs south, that will set the stage for several rounds of active weather into the long range, including shots of lake-effect snow for the Great Lakes region.

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #284 on: November 08, 2019, 03:15:56 AM »
Snow squall watch issued for London and surrounding areas: Environment Canada
London is preparing for its first hit of snow this season.
Environment Canada has issued a snow squall watch for London and all of Middlesex County.
The advisory was issued just after 3:10 p.m. Wednesday. Snow squall watches are also in effect for Huron and Perth counties, as well as eastern Lambton County.
The national weather agency says snow squalls are expected to develop off Georgian Bay and Lake Huron late Thursday morning and continue through Friday afternoon.
Monica Vaswani, a severe weather meteorologist with Environment Canada, says the most intense bands will likely take place Thursday night with conditions slowly improving Friday.
“(London) could potentially see 5 to 10 centimetres of snow (on Thursday), it’s not out of the question.”
Londoners could see a total snowfall accumulation of 20 to 30 cm by Friday morning, according to the advisory.
There’s a chance that the city will be covered in snow on Remembrance Day, according to Vaswani.
“Remembrance Day being Monday, it does look like another lake effect event will set up, so you’ll likely see very similar conditions with northerly winds and snow squalls.”
Vaswani is advising drivers to avoid the road for unnecessary travel due to the risks involved with poor visibility.
“Visibility can reduce very quickly. You can go from sunny skies to visibility less than 200 metres in front of you.”
Londoners should expect strong winds and possible road closures in the next few days, according to Environment Canada.


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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #285 on: November 09, 2019, 03:15:36 AM »
Strongest cold anomaly on the planet located in this unlucky Canadian province
Tyler Hamilton
Meteorologist

Thursday, November 7th 2019, 5:01 pm - Temperatures will feel brutally cold in this location by Monday morning.

Scouring the globe for the most unusual temperature readings is no small task, but after some careful analysis, one Canadian province can proudly brag about this Arctic air intrusion being a step above the rest.

Persistent ridging over Alaska has been the theme for several months, with sea ice coverage taking a significant beating in the Chukchi Sea. This weekend will feature the two most extreme temperature anomalies on the planet within relative proximity of each other.

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Arctic air is forecast to barrel down from the North Pole and will settle east of the Rocky Mountains. The temperature plunge is set to commence Saturday evening and by Monday morning some temperatures are anticipated to flirt with -30°C -- a temperature that's extremely cold even for the heart of winter.

The periods of snow ahead of the potent Arctic front will be the first inkling of a changing airmass. After the freshly fallen snow settles, this can work to enhance the bitterly cold airmass and dip temperatures into record territory by Sunday and Monday morning. After the passing of the snowy frontal system, that's when temperatures are set to plummet.

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How unusual is this for Edmonton?

Let's use a graph to illustrate how rare it is to suppress temperatures below -15°C for daytime highs for this time of year. Data going as far back as 1959 suggests a high of -16 or -17°C is about as cold a day as you can muster for the first half of November. For reference, the Edmonton average daily high temperature this time of year is roughly 1°C.

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Canada, if you think the Arctic air will remain neatly bottled up in the Prairies...think again. The Arctic air will move like molasses and eventually encompass most of eastern Canada by the second week of November.
WATCH BELOW: EPIC VIEWS FROM A RARE


https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/strongest-cold-anomaly-on-the-planet-located-in-this-unlucky-canadian-province

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #286 on: November 10, 2019, 03:14:52 AM »
Diver recounts 'terrifying' impact of climate change in Canada's Arctic
Isabella O'Malley
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Friday, November 8th 2019, 1:24 pm - Changing polar bear behaviours and flowing rivers from melting ice are just some of the most noticeable impacts from climate change in Canada's Arctic.

Diving in the Canadian Arctic is not for the faint of heart -- divers need extensive experience to navigate the bone-chilling waters, towering icebergs and polar wildlife that roam the frozen lands.

Despite the daunting conditions, Canadian extreme divers and cinematographers Jill Heinerth and Mario Cyr embarked on a journey to explore the Nunavut’s Naujaat region, located in the Arctic Circle, to document how the region is being impacted by climate change.

"All winter long water now flows up from beneath the snow into Inuit communities such as Arctic Bay and Pond Inlet, and they hadn't seen that before. There are rivers now flowing through town in the middle of winter...and that is terrifying," explains Heinerth.

jill heinerth skidoo Travelling across melting Arctic ice on a Ski-Doo. Credit: Jill Heinerth

Over 40 per cent of Canada's total landmass is in the Arctic and is home to hundreds of unique species including polar bears, narwhals, and walruses. The thousands of kilometres of ice blanketed with snow play a critical role in moderating the Earth's climate and storing millions of litres of fresh water, however, the Arctic is warming more than twice as fast as the rest of the planet.

https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/diver-recounts-terrifying-impact-of-climate-change-in-canadas-arctic

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #287 on: November 11, 2019, 03:41:00 AM »
Ontario: Shifting squalls ahead of widespread snow risk Monday
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Friday, November 8th 2019, 8:30 pm - Travel conditions deteriorate in local intense squalls through Saturday, with eyes on a widespread snow threat that looms for southern Ontario Monday.

Dangerous snow squalls will continue across parts of Ontario through Saturday morning with as much as 30 cm possible under the most intense bands by Sunday morning. Though the squalls do die down by end of day Saturday, attention then turns to a potential system that could bring a more widespread snow later on Monday. More on where the travel remains the worst through the start of the weekend, plus a look at the arctic air and significant system that could snarl the start of the new workweek, below.

Time to prepare for the season ahead! The Weather Network's Winter Forecast launches Monday, November 18.
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS:

    Squalls persist through the day across the Bruce Peninsula and western shores of Georgian Bay Saturday
    Watching the potential development of a system along a boundary over the Great Lakes Monday
    Stay up-to-date on the ALERTS in your area

WATCH: TRACKING SHIFTING SQUALLS THROUGH SATURDAY

Snow squalls blasted parts of southern Ontario on Friday, with 27 cm reported in London through the morning. While winds have shifted, lake-effect streamers will be with us again on Saturday.

Presently, the areas most likely to see significant lake-effect snow Saturday into the early afternoon are the Bruce Peninsula and east of Georgian Bay. Amounts in the latter area, as well as parts of the Nickel Belt and east of Lake Superior, will be enhanced somewhat by system snow from a low moving through the region this weekend.

https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/dangerous-snow-squalls-with-difficult-winter-travel-in-southern-ontario-more-widespread-snow-over-the-great-lakes-monday

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #288 on: November 12, 2019, 03:42:52 AM »
'Brutal' Monday evening commute as snow intensifies across Ontario, Quebec
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Monday, November 11th 2019, 9:11 am - Several school buses already pulled from the roads as a potentially historic snowstorm unfolds in southern Ontario and Quebec

Significant snow, courtesy of a potent system south of the Great Lakes, has prompted widespread warnings right across southern Ontario and Quebec on Monday, with some areas in line to see upwards of 20 cm throughout the day. The snow will pick up in intensity during the afternoon hours, putting a major threat on the evening commute as quickly accumulating snow will make for dangerous travel. Untreated roads will also become icy and slick with temperatures continuing to fall well below the freezing mark.

"This is not your typical November snowfall, which usually melts quickly, as Tuesday and Wednesday will look and feel like January with record cold temperatures expected," warns Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.

https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/significant-november-snow-storm-hits-southern-ontario-quebec-with-record-january-like-cold

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #289 on: November 13, 2019, 03:20:52 AM »
Snowy forecast prompts winter weather travel advisory, snow squall watch for London
By Andrew Graham 980 CFPL
Posted November 11, 2019 8:49 am
Updated November 11, 2019 1:59 pm
A sign warning of winter hazards - drifting snow and reduced visibility - on Highway 401 in Ontario, Canada, with the rear of a transport truck in the distance of the snow-covered roadway.
A sign warning of winter hazards - drifting snow and reduced visibility - on Highway 401 in Ontario, Canada, with the rear of a transport truck in the distance of the snow-covered roadway. Richard F. Wintle / Getty Images

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Environment Canada is advising Londoners to be cautious on their commutes as a developing low pressure system looks to bring significant snowfall to the city on Monday and snow squalls are expected to add to the accumulation on Tuesday.

The first round of snow began Monday morning and is expected to become heavy at times during the afternoon before tapering off in the evening.

This forecast has prompted a winter weather travel advisory from Environment Canada for London, Komoka, Parkhill and Strathroy, along with eastern and western Middlesex County.

READ MORE: London wakes up to winter wonderland

“It’s going to be a very persistent snow throughout the day,” said Environment Canada meteorologist Peter Kimbell.

“With a few centimetres down by the afternoon, it will be a difficult drive.”
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The snowfall is originating from a developing low pressure system that Environment Canada said is tracking south of the lower Great Lakes.

The national weather agency said snowfall accumulations of 10 to 15 cm may be possible by late Monday night.

On Tuesday, snow squalls are expected to develop in areas off of Lake Huron including London and Middlesex County. Environment Canada says snowfall amounts of 10 to 15 cm per 12 hours are possible and sudden changes in the weather could make travel hazardous.
https://globalnews.ca/news/6154198/london-travel-advisory/

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #290 on: November 14, 2019, 03:21:27 AM »
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Environment Canada can't confirm record-breaking snowfall in Windsor

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'The auto station in the area does not report snowfall totals,' says meteorologist
CBC News · Posted: Nov 12, 2019 1:00 PM ET | Last Updated: November 12
Environment Canada doesn't know for sure if a snowfall record was broken in Windsor because they don't track snowfall amounts in the area any more.  (Jo Lynn Sheane)

Environment Canada doesn't know for sure if a snowfall record was broken in Windsor because it doesn`t track snowfall amounts in the area anymore.

Severe weather meteorologist Monica Vaswani said the closest she could pull data from was London's tracker.

    Volunteer weather watcher registered record Windsor rainfall

"It did snow pretty steadily in Windsor, but unfortunately the auto station in the area does not report snowfall totals for us," said Vaswani, adding that 11 centimetres of snowfall was recorded in London.

The previously-recorded Windsor record was 10.4 centimetres, from 1984. Vaswani said Windsor switched to be an 'Automated Weather Observation System' station in the past few years, but did not have an exact date.

Andrew Puntch, a volunteer citizen scientist, recorded 15.2 centimetres at his Dresden home, which he added to a Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow (CoCoRaHS) network map.
Environment Canada uses data recorded by citizen volunteers to add to the information it collects at its own weather stations.  (CoCoRaHS)

Environment Canada uses data recorded by citizen volunteers like Puntch to add to the information it collects at its own weather stations.

Allan Taverner, who has been measuring data for about nine years, recorded 23.9 centimetres of snow on Longfellow Avenue in Windsor. He added his measurement to the map.

Other snowfall reports on the CoCoRaHS map include 24.6 centimetres on Gladstone Avenue, 19.1 centimetres on Randolph Avenue, 19.6 centimetres in Tecumseh and 14 centimetres in Morpeth.

All school board-provided transportation was cancelled for the day.

"It's a little bit on the early side, to see this much accumulating snowfall in early November," said Vaswani.

Environment Canada does still track temperature at its Windsor station, and tonight's forecast is expected to break a record for cold. The forecast low Wednesday morning is –13 C. The record low temperature for Nov. 13 is –9.9 C in 1986.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/record-snowfall-windsor-1.5356220

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very cold arctic airmass made its way across Ontario bringing record low temper
« Reply #291 on: November 14, 2019, 05:52:01 PM »
The following is a summary of observations received by the Ontario
Storm Prediction Centre as of 4PM November 13:

1. Summary of record low daytime minimum temperatures in degrees
Celsius:

Toronto Pearson International Airport
New Record of -13.9
Old Record of -9.6 set in 1986
Records have been kept since 1937

Hamilton Airport
New Record of -14.1
Old Record of -9.6 set in 1986
Records have been kept since 1959

Ottawa Airport
New Record of -14.4
Old Record of -11.5 set in 1986
Records have been kept since 1938

Moose Creek Wells
New Record of -16.5
Old Record of -11.7 set in 2004
Records have been kept since 2003

Kemptville
New Record of -19.0
Old Record of -12 set in 1983
Records have been kept since 1929

Uxbridge West
New Record of -23.6
Old Record of -10.1 set in 2013
Records have been kept since 2012

Peterborough Trent University
New Record of -20.3
Old Record of -13.5 set in 1983
Records have been kept since 1968

Brantford
New Record of -14.9
Old Record of -10.6 set in 1905
Records have been kept since 1876

Lake Superior Provincial Park
New Record of -25.6
Old Record of -16.2 set in 2018
Records have been kept since 2014

Barrie
New Record of -24.2
Old Record of -11.5 set in 1983
Records have been kept since 1977

North Bay
New Record of -21.3
Old Record of -18.7 set in 1986
Records have been kept since 1888

Collingwood
New Record of -16.7
Old Record of -7 set in 1996
Records have been kept since 1995

Lagoon City
New Record of -15.9
Old Record of -7.7 set in 1996
Records have been kept since 1995

Muskoka
New Record of -22.0
Old Record of -16.5 set in 1983
Records have been kept since 1939

Algonquin
New Record of -17.1
Old Record of -15.7 set in 2004
Records have been kept since 2004

Ridgetown
New Record of -18.5
Old Record of -10 set in 1988
Records have been kept since 1885

Delhi
New Record of -15.5
Old Record of -10 set in 1983
Records have been kept since 1934

Windsor
New Record of -15.8
Old Record of -10 set in 1873
Records have been kept since 1866

Sarnia
New Record of -14.3
Old Record of -10 set in 1986
Records have been kept since 1968

Trenton
New Record of -18.8
Old Record of -13.1 set in 1983
Records have been kept since 1935

Kingston
New Record of -16.2
Old Record of -8.2 set in 2013
Records have been kept since 2008

Point Petre
New Record of -14.8
Old Record of -7.1 set in 1996
Records have been kept since 1994

Cobourg
New Record of -16.3
Old Record of -9.1 set in 2013
Records have been kept since 1993

Egbert
New Record of -22.1
Old Record of -9.5 set in 1997
Records have been kept since 1988

Kitchener
New Record of -16.5
Old Record of -10.2 set in 1983
Records have been kept since 1914

Borden
New Record of -24
Old Record of -10.5 set in 2013
Records have been kept since 2004

2. Summary of snowfall amounts from volunteer observers in
centimetres:

Lucknow 17.8
Wroexeter 17
Milverton 14
Durham 12.7

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/OSPC
https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/weathersummaries_e.html#ON

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #292 on: November 15, 2019, 03:15:29 AM »
Winter tire frenzy

The blast of winter weather has also left motorists rushing to put on snow tires. In Quebec, snow tires are obligatory as of Dec. 1 after the province pushed back the deadline last year.
1:44 First major snowfall
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Rick Leckner, a traffic analyst, said he believes the deadline should be as early as Nov. 15 given the weather conditions in Montreal.

“It could be a difficult day tomorrow,” he said. “Hopefully those who have not installed snow tries won’t even make the attempt to get out there with cars that are not properly equipped.”

Drivers who haven’t been able to get their tires on should make alternative arrangements, he added. They should not drive in difficult conditions.
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    “All that’s going to lead to is delays and possibly some bad accidents,” he said.
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As Quebecers rush to put on winter tires, local garages are doing their best to deal with the onslaught of customers ahead of the big storm.

In Vaudreuil, Shabaz Chaudry described the situation as hectic and has promised not to turn away desperate drivers from his company. He hasn’t been able to answer all the phone calls coming in and workers have been working until the early hours of the morning to meet the high demand.

“The next three or four days we are going to be working late,” he said. “We extended our shop hours to 9 p.m. and there’s no appointments. It is first come, first serve.”


https://globalnews.ca/news/6153995/montreal-snowfall-warning/
After Dec. 1, those caught driving without winter tires face fines that vary from $200 to $300, plus costs.

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #293 on: November 16, 2019, 03:04:11 AM »
Ottawa area in grips of record cold snap

Many communities have broken low temperature records for Nov. 12, 13
CBC News · Posted: Nov 13, 2019 6:02 AM ET | Last Updated: November 13
Along with the record cold temperatures, a total of 12.8 cm of snow fell in Ottawa between Nov. 11 and 12. (Francis Ferland/CBC)

It's very cold outside.

Ottawa, Kingston, Cornwall and Maniwaki were all at either -14 or -15 C as of 5 a.m., breaking low temperature records on Environment Canada's books for Nov. 13.

All four had record lows yesterday as well.

Pembroke fell just short yesterday and though it was also -15 C this morning, its record low is even lower.

The high is getting up to -8 C around noon, without much wind chill or cloud.

That's still 13 degrees cooler than the usual daytime high in mid-November.
A few cm of snow overnight

Expect light snow overnight and a low of -10, with more light snow tomorrow and a high of -2 C, with a -10 wind chill.

The region should see four to six centimetres of snow, except Kingston, where its high of 3 C may bring about some rain.

Maniwaki should get just a dusting of snow overnight into tomorrow.

Thursday night's low is a relatively pleasant -1 C, with a high of 2 C Friday — then a dive back into record low territory that night.

It's looking like a sunny weekend that's much colder Saturday than Sunday, and Monday is still where this string of below-average daytime highs in Ottawa looks set to end.

It's currently at eight days and if it ends Monday, would peter out at 12.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/ottawa-gatineau-weather-november-13-2019-1.5357495

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #294 on: November 17, 2019, 03:28:23 AM »
Yesterday's hot and cold spots ...

Hot spot in Ontario: 4.9 °C        40.8 °F Grenadier Island

Cold spot in Ontario: -25.1 °C  -13.2 °F Timmins Victor Power Airport

Hot spot in Canada: 20.9 °C      69.6 °F Golden, BC

Cold spot in Canada: -32.1 °C  -25.8 °F Old Crow, YT

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #295 on: November 18, 2019, 02:59:46 AM »
Rainfall warning issued for Vancouver Island, 100-120 mm expected
Rainfall totals projected by Environment Canada for Saturday and Sunday.   

Ian Holliday, CTV Vancouver Island
Published Saturday, November 16, 2019 3:54PM PST

VANCOUVER - Environment Canada issued a rainfall warning for much of Vancouver Island and B.C.'s Central Coast Saturday morning.

The agency said it expects rainfall amounts of 100 to 120 millimetres to fall in coastal areas of north and west Vancouver Island before rain tapers off on Sunday morning.

"We're looking at heavy rain," said Louis Kohani, a meteorologist with Environment Canada. "This is due to an atmospheric river aimed at Vancouver Island."
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Environment Canada had previously issued special weather statements for the island, but upgraded to a rainfall warning Saturday morning.

Because the atmospheric river is tropical in origin, rain is expected at almost all elevations, with freezing levels upwards of 3,000 metres for the South Coast and near 2,500 metres for the North Coast, Environment Canada said.

High runoff and rising river levels are likely, the agency said, adding that localized flooding in low-lying areas is possible.

Relatedly, the provincial River Forecast Centre has issued a "high streamflow advisory" for coastal areas across B.C., including on Vancouver Island.

"River flows are expected to rise through Saturday, with peak levels expected through Sunday and into Monday," the centre said in its advisory.

"The public is advised to stay clear of the fast-flowing rivers and potentially unstable riverbanks during the period of rapid-rising river levels," the centre said.

https://vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca/rainfall-warning-issued-for-vancouver-island-100-120-mm-expected-1.4689237

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
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Cold, stormy winter forecast across much of Canada
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It's going to be a long, cold and messy winter across much of Canada, according to the seasonal forecast released Monday by the Weather Network.

November has already brought historically early snowfall in southern Ontario and power outages in the Prairies, setting what chief meteorologist Chris Scott said will be a trend throughout the winter.
    Read more: Record cold in some parts of Canada, though winter's weeks away

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Pedestrians walk through snow along Queen Street in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont., on Nov. 11, 2019. (Tara Walton / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Snow on Parliament Hill   

A person walks on Parliament Hill, the day after the first significant snowfall in Ottawa, on Nov. 12, 2019. (Justin Tang / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Crops are buried under snow near Cremona, Alta.   

Farmer David Reid checks on his combine while his crops are buried under snow near Cremona, Alta., on Nov. 6, 2019. (Jeff McIntosh / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

"The upcoming winter across the country looks to be more frozen than thawed, and we've already seen an early entrance of winter weather this fall," he said. "The signs that we're seeing this year do suggest we're in for a winter that's more on than off across the country -- and that it's going to be fairly long for many Canadians."

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Re: Weather In Canada 2019
« Reply #297 on: November 20, 2019, 03:20:21 AM »
Yesterday's hot and cold spots ...

Hot spot in Prince Edward Island: 4.6 °C      40.3 °F St. Peters

Cold spot in Prince Edward Island: -7.7 °C   18.1 °F Charlottetown Airport

Hot spot in Canada: 13.9 °C                         57.0 °F Sable Island, NS

Cold spot in Canada: -33.3 °C                     -27.9 °F Ivvavik National Park, YT

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Ontario: Breaking out of the deep freeze, eyes on looming system
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Tuesday, November 19th 2019, 9:00 pm - Temperatures and conditions improve with eyes on the next system that delivers rain and snow later this week

Climbing temperatures take centre stage for the second half of the week in southern Ontario as more seasonal -- and civil -- temperatures return to the region. This brief thaw comes ahead of a Colorado low that will bring unsettled weather back to the province, in the form of rain and snow, by late this week. We break down who stands to see the heaviest snow, and where freezing rain will be a threat, and how long these mild temperatures last, below.

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Ontario: Wild mix of heavy snow, freezing rain, strong winds to end the week
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Thursday, November 21st 2019, 8:26 pm - A markedly cooler Friday may feature some sneaky snow for the southwest, though nothing like a major snow event.

Aside from a few streamers of lake-effect snow, Ontario will largely see a less unsettled Friday, though with cold temperatures to lead us into the weekend, and point the way to the next bout with unsettled weather. What's ahead, below.

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WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS:

    Temperatures drop through Friday after peaking overnight
    Possible lake-effect snow in the traditional snowbelt areas Friday
    New system to clip the province Saturday night
    Stay up-to-date on the ALERTS in your area

WATCH BELOW: TIMING THE MESSY COLORADO LOW

The system which brought heavy snow to parts of the north and showers to the south will largely be finished with the province by Friday morning, exiting overnight into Quebec.

Only in the most eastern parts of Ontario is there any rain likely to fall Friday morning, and even that will be short-lived. In the north, snowfall warnings will have dropped overnight, with the heaviest snow tapered off.

Ontario snow

Behind the departing system, winds quickly shift out of the northwest, with gusts up to 60+ km/h possible throughout the day. Weak lake-effect snow showers are expected southeast of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, bringing a few centimetres of snow to the traditional snowbelts.

Temperature-wise, the warm front will bring temperatures that will have actually peaked overnight when most Ontarians were still in bed, followed quickly by the cold front that will send temperatures plunging by the morning hours.

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