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Official Weather Thread: Historical warming and melting taking place in the Arctic

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How bizarre! It's zero now in Saskatoon, gotta dig out a Bikini!
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natalka wrote:
Jan 7th, 2018 2:08 pm
How bizarre! It's zero now in Saskatoon, gotta dig out a Bikini!
I don't see it getting overly cold there for a while so get used to not so frigid conditions ahead.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
Jan 7th, 2018 1:40 pm
I just see flurries swinging through overnight tonight. But not much to take note of really.
EC is calling for 5 cm around here. Not a lot but enough to make the morning commute/first day back to school a nightmare...
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jane, starting Tuesday night, we're back in the -20s, for a few days anyway.
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natalka wrote:
Jan 7th, 2018 7:03 pm
jane, starting Tuesday night, we're back in the -20s, for a few days anyway.
At least nights are only up to 4 degrees below normal. So not too bad I think. Bad for non-prairie people though lol
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All these years freezing my fingers off inside my car for no reason, I never realized you could buy aftermarket remote starters for so cheap. The last couple of night shifts have definitely left an impression, going to see if I can install one myself.
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nabiul wrote:
Jan 7th, 2018 10:35 pm
All these years freezing my fingers off inside my car for no reason, I never realized you could buy aftermarket remote starters for so cheap. The last couple of night shifts have definitely left an impression, going to see if I can install one myself.
Lol, oh my god yes.
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What a dramatic change in weather in just 24 hours. Yesterday morning it was only -16°, now a mere -2°.
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It might be a bit early, but as of now TWN is saying 10-15cms of snow on Friday and an additional 5cm on Saturday (or 20cms in total essentially)...does it look likely?
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winner2000 wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 9:13 am
It might be a bit early, but as of now TWN is saying 10-15cms of snow on Friday and an additional 5cm on Saturday (or 20cms in total essentially)...does it look likely?
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winner2000 wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 9:13 am
It might be a bit early, but as of now TWN is saying 10-15cms of snow on Friday and an additional 5cm on Saturday (or 20cms in total essentially)...does it look likely?
I see something like that on the GFS now. But have to wait to see if it is still there as we get closer as this stuff just changes too much.
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therollin wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 2:42 pm
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It's way too early, but this is hilarious.
Toronto is smack dab in the bullseye of the 2 feet of snow. Too bad it is so far out and shifting will happen so much that this map will only be a distant memory.

If it happened it would go down in history with the ice storm and the snowstorm from 1999 that brought the army. But again.
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