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

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Buggy166 wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2018 2:38 pm
yes, because cold weather only exists in rich countries. lol
Yes because now we're forced to wear our $1200 Canada Goose jackets in November.

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iamskyhigh wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2018 2:56 pm
Yes because now we're forced to wear our $1200 Canada Goose jackets in November.

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just because you can afford $1200 jackets, doesnt mean every Canadian does :facepalm:
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UrbanPoet wrote:
Nov 23rd, 2018 10:20 am
Dry cold perhaps?
Its thag damp cold air that really gives you the chills... it can be “only” -2 and feel freeeezing.
Yup here -15 is like spring !!
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https://www.cp24.com/news/a-mixed-bag-o ... -1.4192242

Said The Weather Network's chief meteorologist Chris Scott,
Quote:

Ontario and Quebec
.. the second half of the season will be especially bitter. Disappointed But Relieved Face
..below-normal temperatures are expected, but that doesn't mean every week will see frigid temperatures.
Through December and even parts of January, this is going to be a back-and-forth kind of winter.
..the back half of winter has some serious cold to it, and some longevity. That's going to make people rather weary, unfortunately, by the time we hit February and into March.
..forecasting fewer winter storms, and overall near-normal amounts of snow for the region.

British Columbia
.. a mild winter for the West Coast, and significantly less snowfall than normal.

Atlantic Canada
...an epic winter in store
overall a long and stormy winter, with significant snowfall that will persist into spring.

The Prairies
..Temperatures are expected to be warmer than normal in Alberta and western Saskatchewan, while temperatures are expected to be closer to normal for eastern Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
...near-normal or below-normal snowfall.

Northern Canada
Above-normal temperatures are forecasted for Yukon, Northwest Territories and western Nunavut, and near to below-normal temperatures are predicted for eastern Nunavut.
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At this rate, I am looking forward to my Antarctica weather in Feb/March....
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Samwfive wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 8:20 am
https://www.cp24.com/news/a-mixed-bag-o ... -1.4192242
Said The Weather Network's chief meteorologist Chris Scott,
Quote:
Ontario and Quebec
.. the second half of the season will be especially bitter. Disappointed But Relieved Face
..below-normal temperatures are expected, but that doesn't mean every week will see frigid temperatures.
Through December and even parts of January, this is going to be a back-and-forth kind of winter.
..the back half of winter has some serious cold to it, and some longevity. That's going to make people rather weary, unfortunately, by the time we hit February and into March.
..forecasting fewer winter storms, and overall near-normal amounts of snow for the region
Hey, u/ILoveJaneAndFinch, will you be commenting on this forecast? I've always found OP's predictions to be pretty on-point.
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yeah bring us good news about mild weather with all that warming heat
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edstone wrote:
Nov 27th, 2018 10:03 pm
Hey, u/ILoveJaneAndFinch, will you be commenting on this forecast? I've always found OP's predictions to be pretty on-point.
It's an el nino winter, it won't be what they are saying. There could be some 'normal' winter cold in the second half of winter, but not like the deep freeze they are saying.
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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
Dec 1st, 2018 6:37 pm
It's an el nino winter, it won't be what they are saying. There could be some 'normal' winter cold in the second half of winter, but not like the deep freeze they are saying.
Thanks, OP! Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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Looks like its gonna be snowless December
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I didn't recall there was any forecast of the overnight snow in Toronto area, but I think we got a significant amount over the past 8 hours.
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Dec 30th, 2018 10:23 am
I didn't recall there was any forecast of the overnight snow in Toronto area, but I think we got a significant amount over the past 8 hours.
There wasn’t. The EC forecast was updated at 1:30am to light snow around 2cm. Woke up to more than 2cm in my area.

Not sure what changed in the models between their last forecast at 3:30pm and the updated one.
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heat wave in Edmonton today, +7 right now, might get to +9 or +10, we are usually -8 right now.

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