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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #40 on: February 15, 2020, 03:37:16 AM »
Chilly Valentine: Weather warning issued for Burlington, Milton, Oakville
February 14, 2020
Oakville Burlington Milton News

An Extreme Cold Warning is in effect for Halton Hills and Milton.

According to Environment Canada, wind chills could push the temperature near minus-30 Friday morning.

A Cold Warning has been issued by the Halton Region Health Department with temperatures are expected to drop to minus-15 the night of Valentine’s Day with a chance of flurries Saturday.

"Exposure to cold weather can increase your risk of cold-related injuries, including frostbite and hypothermia," said the regional health department. "These injuries can result in severe health consequences."

The Cold Warning is in effect until temperatures rise above -15 degrees Celsius or weather conditions improve and the risks involved with prolonged exposure are reduced.


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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #41 on: February 16, 2020, 02:55:40 AM »
Chilly winds prompt London’s first Cold Weather Alert of the 2020 season: MLHU

The temperature is set to take a dramatic turn, prompting the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) to issue its first Cold Weather Alert of the 2020 winter season.

Environment Canada calls for an overnight low of -15 C with wind gusting between 30 and 50 km/h Thursday evening.

The alert will remain in effect until Saturday morning, as windchill values on Friday are expected to reach -22 C in the morning and -14 C overnight.

READ MORE: 2020 Alberta Winter Games set to start in Airdrie on Friday

Randy Walker, the Public Health Inspector with the Middlesex-London Health Unit, says this year’s winter has experienced extreme changes over short durations.

“We get wet, warm, almost spring-like weather, and then within 24 hours, there is up to a 30 degree change in temperatures,” he said.

Walker advised the public to dress warmly and cover exposed skin if spending time outside Thursday evening in order to reduce the risk of hypothermia and frostbite.

The MLHU says symptoms of frostbite include skin turning red, blue or in later stages, grayish-white. It often causes pain, numbness and stiffness, especially in the fingers, toes, ears and nose.

Those who suspect frostbite are recommended to warm the affected area by placing it next to warmer skin or by immersing in warm water.

Hypothermia is another concern for a cold night like Thursday’s.

READ MORE: Longer winter or an early spring? Groundhogs make 2020 predictions

The health unit says it happens when a person’s internal body temperature drops below normal.

Symptoms can include pale skin, drowsiness, confusion and hallucinations.

The MLHU advises the public to contact London CAReS at 519-667-2273 if you see someone outdoors and in distress due to the cold.


https://globalnews.ca/news/6548052/london-first-cold-weather-alert-mlhu/



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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #42 on: February 17, 2020, 03:55:28 AM »
Canada’s Spring Weather Predictions Just Came Out
It's going to be a wet one.
Stephanie Hilash2 days ago
Updated on February 13 @ 05:00 PM

It’s time to start planning your spring, Canada. We know, there is still snow on the ground in some areas and more in the forecast for others but guess what, Canada’s 2020 spring forecast is out. In typical Canadian style, Mother Nature couldn’t decide on one standard forecast and the upcoming weather is diverse. Needless to say, some provinces have it worse than others.

Don’t lie. You went crazy for the winter forecast when the Farmers Almanac released it.

Well, guess what, we are back with the spring forecast for all of Canada.

AccuWeather just released the forecast and we hate to say it but, some parts of the country are going to get pretty soggy.

The changing of seasons will prompt  wet weather patterns for millions across Quebec and Ontario and because of this, there is an elevated flood risk.

Guess it's time for rubber boots.

Each region is going to be different so bear with us while we break it down for you.

Regardless of if your area is going to have a warm or chilly spring, just be thankful that winter is ending and the first day of spring is almost here.

Listen closely as you hear all of Canada collectively cheer. We know, it's been a tough winter.
Ontario & Quebec
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From Toronto to Montreal, these Canadians will be swapping out their winter boots for rubber boots as there will be rainy weather this spring.

While it will be a wet spring, there is still a chance of storms to unload some snow over the region, especially in March.

So don't burry that winter coat too far in the closet.

Based on the current status, AccuWeather is calling for a flooding risk through the St. Lawrence Valley region.

The areas with the greatest flood risks are those near the shores of the Great Lakes.

But it’s not all wet. There will be a good spring ski season in Quebec, so take advantage of the slopes while you can.
Newfoundland & Labrador

Bad news. Winter is going to stay with you for a little bit longer.

Much of the area will remain in the icy grips of Old Man Winter, but don’t get your hopes down. Warm weather will come eventually. It always does.
Canadian Prairies
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This winter was brutally cold for the prairies. Some areas of Alberta were even the coldest places on the planet this year.

Overall, the possibility of lengthy cold spells remains low according to AccuWeather.

A dry and mild season is predicted for much of the region including Winnipeg, Regina, and Calgary.

This could cause some concerns for the farmers' growing season, however.

Even though AccuWeather is calling for a dry pattern, Manitoba is still facing a flood risk.

“There is a moderate risk of major spring flooding along the Red River Valley in Manitoba later this spring as there is a higher-than-normal amount of water frozen up in the underlying soil,“ the site said.
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The bulk of the rain and snow will fall over northern B.C. and the northern Canadian Rockies over the next little bit.

Ski resorts will continue to benefit from this so hit up those resorts while you can.

The abundance of snow this year had every snowboarder and skier everywhere jumping for joy, but the dense snowpack could cause a problem.

There is a risk of river and stream flooding in the lower elevations of Alberta and B.C. during late spring.

This may be extended through to the end of spring in northern areas throughout April and into May.

All and all, it’s going to be a pretty wet spring for most of Canada with some places being a little more moist than others.

But after the winter we all had, that’s to be expected.

Let’s just be thankful warmer days are on the horizon.

https://www.narcity.com/news/ca/canadas-2020-spring-forecast-is-out-and-its-going-to-be-moist


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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #43 on: February 19, 2020, 04:07:48 AM »
Winter weather system with snow, rain hits Hamilton during Tuesday morning commute

Canada’s weather agency has issued a winter weather travel advisory for Tuesday morning.

Environment Canada says snow mixed in with a bit of light freezing rain will hit most of Southern Ontario, with snowfall amounts in the four- to eight-centimetre range expected.

Rain and drizzle will follow Tuesday afternoon with a high of 5 C.

Expect poor winter driving conditions from accumulating snow, which will remain most of the day.

The snowfall forced two schools in the Hamilton area to close Tuesday, Providence Christian School and Rehoboth Christian School.

More showers or flurries are expected on Tuesday night, with the low hitting -5 C overnight with a wind chill of -12.


https://globalnews.ca/news/6562426/snow-rain-hamilton-weather-environment-canada/


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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #44 on: February 22, 2020, 04:21:02 AM »
It's Going To Feel A Lot Like Spring This Weekend In Montreal
Who's ready for cabane à sucre season?!
Lena Slanisky1 day ago
Updated on February 20 @ 08:56 AM

    It's been pretty cold lately, but Montreal weather this weekend is on the up.
    Temperatures are going to rise this weekend making it actually feel like the beginning of spring!

We've been working through a bit of a cold snap the past week or so, with Montreal weather delivering some cold temperatures that have been made even colder thanks to our dear friend, wind chill. On top of that, the blowing snow that has been making its way throughout Quebec has managed to cause two severe pile-ups, one on the Autoroute 10 and the other on the Autoroute 15 yesterday.

The snow managed to decrease visibility so drastically, that in both accidents there were dozens of vehicles implicated, including cars, trucks, SUVs and 18-wheelers.

Luckily, we're looking at much clearer, sunnier days ahead.

And, even better, the temperature is going to climb up and out of the negatives this weekend, meaning it may start to really feel like spring.

For a little while, anyway.

We're still at least a week or so away from real cabane à sucre season and the weather it brings, we're at least going to start to get a taste of the warmer weather this weekend.

Take a look at the full Montreal forecast for this weekend and the beginning of next week, below!

Here's the forecast for the rest of this week and the weekend in Montreal, according to Environment Canada.

The colder temperatures are going to hang on until the end of the week, but the weekend is going to feel much balmier, even without the sun.
Envrionment Canada

Yes, the only downside to this weekend forecast is the non-stop cloudiness, it's true.

But I think I would take a cloudy day at 3°C over a sunny one at -10°C any day.

More good news: we won't be plunged back into the cold next week, either.

Though the clouds look like they're going to persist, so get your sun in today and tomorrow while it's available to you.
Environment Canada

It also looks like we're in for some more snow next week, as well.

Though, Environment Canada will not have estimated snowfall amounts until we're much closer to the day. For now, all we know is that there's a 60% chance we'll be seeing the fluffy white stuff at some point between Tuesday and Wednesday.
https://www.mtlblog.com/news/canada/qc/montreal/montreal-weather-this-weekend-its-going-to-feel-a-lot-like-spring



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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #45 on: February 23, 2020, 03:30:19 AM »
Yesterday's hot and cold spots ...

Hot spot in Saskatchewan: 8.5 °C        47.3 °F Loon Lake

Cold spot in Saskatchewan: -17.9 °C    -0.2 °F Val Marie

Hot spot in Canada: 12.6 °C                54.7 °F Pitt Meadows, BC

Cold spot in Canada: -42.6 °C            -44.7 °F Pingualuit (Parc national), QC


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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #46 on: February 27, 2020, 04:23:06 AM »
Ontario: Late winter storm threatens 20+ cm, potent lake-effect follows
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Tuesday, February 25th 2020, 8:30 am - PLAN AHEAD: Drivers should prepare for poor winter driving conditions with quickly accumulating snow expected across southern Ontario on Wednesday.

Splashes of sunshine and well above seasonal temperatures sure put a spring spin on the early part of this week, but an incoming system with far reaching impact will prove that winter is still alive and well across southern Ontario. Confidence builds for this late winter storm that has the potential to dump 20+ cm on the region through Thursday. More on the timing of this major snow blast, plus a look at the dangerous lake-effect set up that roars back to life soon after, below.

SPRING FORECAST: The Weather Network will release its seasonal outlook on Wednesday, February 26. Be sure to check back to see what Spring 2020 has in store!
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS

    Tuesday's early wet snow and rain gives way to more above seasonal temperatures
    Light snow develops late Tuesday night with a more widespread system pushing through on Wednesday
    Bands of lake-effect snow develop on Thursday persisting into Saturday with the threat for whiteouts at times
    Keep track of active weather alerts in your area

TUESDAY: JUST THE APPETIZER TO THE 'MAIN EVENT'

Tuesday morning's dash of wet snow put an abrupt halt on the spring-like weather that started out the week in southern Ontario. But consider that just the appetizer to the main snow event that follows.

As the rain and snow ease, clouds will mix with some peeks of sunshine expected on Tuesday, with temperatures still hovering slightly above the seasonal mark.

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By Tuesday night however, light snow will re-develop and will continue into Wednesday morning's commute.
WEDNESDAY: TEXAS LOW MOVES INTO THE GREAT LAKES REGION WITH WIDESPREAD HEAVY SNOW

Wednesday's widespread heavy snow comes courtesy of a major Texas Low, which threatens to be at its worst through the afternoon and overnight hours before gradually tapering to flurries on Thursday morning.

"Both the Wednesday morning and evening commute will be impacted, but it's the evening commute that will be the most challenging as snowfall rates will really pick up through the afternoon hours," says Weather Network meteorologist Kevin MacKay.

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Widespread snow totals of 10-20 cm are forecast across much of southern Ontario, with lower snowfall amounts expected for the Niagara region and the northeastern shores of Lake Ontario as the snow will likely transition to a rain/snow mix for part of the evening and overnight.

Snowfall totals will increase for areas to the north and east, with the heaviest amounts expected to be across Grey-Bruce County, parts of central and eastern Ontario, including the city of Ottawa where 30+ cm could fall through Thursday morning.

"Motorists should be prepared for poor winter driving conditions due to low visibilities in heavy snow and quickly accumulating snow," warns Environment Canada in a special weather statement that covers southern Ontario.
BRACE FOR 30+ CM OF SNOW IN THE OTTAWA AREA
THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY: PROLONGED SNOW SQUALL EVENT, LIKELY THE WORST OF THE SEASON

Temperatures will fall significantly by Thursday as daytime highs remain below the freezing mark. Winds will also pick up through the overnight hours into Thursday, with gusts between 50-70 km/h expected to be widespread.

The combination of tumbling temperatures and gusty winds will help to stir up a significant and prolonged snow squall event southeast of the Great Lakes, which will continue into Saturday for southwestern Ontario, Barrie and the northern GTA. The threat for whiteout conditions with blowing and drifting snow will make for a dangerous set-up over the region.

"In a season has brought rather limited lake-effect snow, this will likely be one of the most significant lake-effect snow events for the region," says meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.

The lake effect squalls will extend into the GTA through Friday and then linger across the traditional snow belts through the day on Saturday.
LAKE-EFFECT SNOW WILL ROAR BACK TO LIFE AFTER MAJOR WINTER STORM:

As we kick of the official month of spring however, milder weather looks to return as temperatures crack out of the freezing zone through early March next week.

Check back as we continue to monitor the forecast across southern Ontario.


https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/texas-low-brings-major-winter-storm-with-widespread-snow-to-ontario-dangerous-travel-conditions-reduced-visibility



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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #47 on: February 28, 2020, 05:03:48 AM »
Winter storm picking up after a slushy start.

Environment Canada predicts total of 10 to 20 cm of snow today in Ottawa
CBC News · Posted: Feb 27, 2020 5:36 AM ET | Last Updated: 32 minutes ago
A snowstorm expected to drop 10 to 20 centimetres of snow in Ottawa Feb. 27, 2020. (Michel Aspirot/CBC)

#Snowmagedden2020 started as a bit of a wet firecracker, but is picking up steam.

From a worst-case scenario of 40 or more centimetres, it's now a prediction of 10 to 20 centimetres in downtown Ottawa and 10 to 15 centimetres around Pembroke and Maniwaki before it ends late tonight.

Ottawa got 2.4 cm of snow and 3.8 mm of rain before midnight, and it mostly rained in the early hours, but heavy snow started falling before sunrise.

A winter storm warning remains in effect for the entire region — except for Prince Edward County, where there's a wind warning of gusts up to 90 k/h, and Kingston and Belleville, one of a few regions in southern Ontario without a warning.
(Environment Canada)

Kingston should only get five more centimetres of snow today on top of the snow and freezing rain it's received, with some of it blowing around in gusts up to 60 km/h this afternoon.

Easterly winds could gust up to 40 km/h in Ottawa switching to westerly winds gusting to 50 km/hr near noon.

The temperature will fall to -4 C by this afternoon in the capital, with an overnight low today of -12 C and a wind chill making it feel like -20.

Pembroke's wind chill should approach the serious frostbite risk threshold of -25.

The next three days look generally cloudy and a bit colder than normal, without much snow.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/ottawa-gatineau-weather-february-27-2020-1.5477754


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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #48 on: March 12, 2020, 04:30:13 AM »

Yesterday's hot and cold spots ...
Hot spot in Ontario: 15.4 °C      59.7 °F   Vineland Station
Cold spot in Ontario: -30.9 °C  -23.6 °F   Muskrat Dam Airport
Hot spot in Canada: 15.4 °C      59.7 °F   Vineland Station, ON
Cold spot in Canada: -48.5 °C  -55.3 °F   Eureka, NU

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https://www.sott.net/article/433146-Aprils-weather-broke-at-least-6-records-across-Canada-and-not-in-a-good-way

Cold and snow and no rain, oh my! It's been one heck of a wild ride so far this month for a number of reasons including the weather. April weather records in Canada have been broken across the country and it's not in a good way.

According to The Weather Network, April is a month for cruel, tumultuous weather that often flip flops between extremes.

In keeping with that tradition, conditions throughout this month have been less than favourable in some parts of the country.

On April 22, northern Ontario experienced late extreme cold and Geraldtown shattered its daily record low by more than seven degrees when the temperature reached -20.4 C.

That's colder than the average low in December in that region.

Winnipeg got its heaviest April snowfall in 21 years.

On the second and third days of the month, 22 centimetres of fresh powder fell which is the most that has come down in April since 1999.

That's a terribly delayed April Fool's Day joke.

In Calgary, it's been more than 200 days since the city has experienced 20 C and it's the longest run since 1907.

Temperatures have been below that threshold since September 23 for the fourth-longest streak.

It's forecasted to be in the teens through to May 2 and if that happens, it'll be the most consecutive days below 20 C ever.

B.C. had its longest April dry stretch since the 1950s and it actually rained more in a few hours on April 22 in some parts than it did in all of the previous few weeks.

In some places in the province, it had been more than two weeks without a drop.

Northern Quebec also saw shattered records for cold.

Kuujjuaq had a low of -30.9 C on April 21 which blew the day's previous record of -24.9 C from 1990 out of the water.

Also, northern Canada broke pressure records in April and that has led to arctic air being pushed into central parts of the country.

When it comes to bad weather in April in Canada, it doesn't have to break records to be miserable.

Toronto is on track to have one of its coldest Aprils on record and the city still has yet to reach 15 C this month.

Ontario's Lake Erie continues to have very high water levels and the lake could finish with an average water level for April above 175 metres.

That'd be a first for the month.

Alberta saw remarkable cold and snow during the first half of April which is something that happens less than once in 50 years on average.

Unusual wildfire activity for April near Squamish, B.C. led to evacuations early in the season.

Here's to a better May!

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Historic cold headed for Upper Midwest and Ontario
« Reply #50 on: May 07, 2020, 07:08:01 AM »
Polar vortex to bring record cold to Ontario,” reads the headline. But when you look at the maps, you find that Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan are also slated for historic cold … And maybe snow.

5 May 2020 – Environment Canada warns that much of Ontario can expect record cold temperatures for at least the next week.

Gerald Cheng, a warning preparedness meteorologist with Environment Canada, said residents in some areas of eastern and southern Ontario can expect to see nighttime temperatures dip below zero on Friday and Saturday, with cooler temperatures sticking around until the weekend.

Cheng said the seasonal daytime temperature for Ontario during this time of year is usually around 17 C with nighttime lows not going below 7 C.

“So we’re talking about nine to 10 degrees off, so you can expect record cold temperatures for the time of year,” Cheng said.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/polar-vortex-to-bring-record-cold-temperatures-to-ontario-environment-canada-1.4925434

May Snow Threat

The historic cold also brings the potential for “significant” snow across the Great Lakes Basin into the weekend, particularly over higher terrain.

Snowfall isn’t exceptionally unusual in northern Ontario in May, but it is quite extraordinary for parts of southern Ontario (especially “significant” amounts).

Toronto typically accumulates a few centimetres of May snowfall every couple of decades, but it was notably more common in the 1960s and 1970s.

Expect continuous threats of snow flurries, squals and rounds of graupel.

https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/polar-vortex-could-bring-historically-cold-temperatures-in-ontario

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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #51 on: May 13, 2020, 01:09:32 AM »
A Frost advisory, temps drop to -5 tonight! Clearing overnight and sunshine on the way Tues. Cold and well below normal until Friday.  A significant warming trend arrives for the weekend. Check out the photo of the day, thank you to Pat Goertz from Ilderton. 
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BRITISH COLUMBIA BREAKS RECORDS FOR COLD AND SNOW
« Reply #52 on: June 16, 2020, 07:16:04 AM »
According to KelownaNow Meteorologist Wesla English, the Interior –one of the three main regions of the Canadian province of British Columbia– broke a slew of cold records on Saturday.

Kelowna, Kamloops, Clearwater, Penticton, Salmon Arm, and Vernon were among the areas to set new all-time record low-max temperatures for June 13.

“A cool upper low over Southern BC produced chilly temperatures on Saturday, breaking record low daytime highs in several areas,” wrote English.

Below is a breakdown of the records (data courtesy of Environment and Climate Change Canada, and originally reported by kelownanow.com):


Kelowna set a new daily record min-high of 12.8C on Saturday, a reading comfortably toppling the previous record of 13.3C set in 1981.

Kamloops saw its all-time record low smashed, from 1923’s 15C to this weekend’s 13.4C.

But it was Salmon Arm that actually saw the biggest change — Saturday’s low-max of 12.4C crushed the old record of 14.4C from 1971.

Clearwater’s 12.8C busted the 13.3C from 1966.

While the 13.9C set at Penticton pipped the previous record — 1981’s 14C.


In addition to the cold, this weekend delivered rare late-spring snow to BC, adding to Ontario’s record June snowfall last weekend that brought power outages to parts of the province.

https://electroverse.net/british-columbia-breaks-records-for-cold-and-snow/

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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #53 on: August 17, 2020, 02:12:27 AM »
Forest fire continues to threaten community of Red Lake, Ont., crews brace for change in weather

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/forest-fire-red-lake-progress-1.5684699

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Re: Weather in Canada 2020
« Reply #54 on: August 22, 2020, 01:08:43 AM »
Alberta broke heat records on Aug. 16, according to Environment Canada
https://globalnews.ca/news/7283114/alberta-heat-record-breaking-temperatures-aug-16/


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