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27 Aug 2010
Looks like we will be in a great warm pattern for the end of this week and most of next. Enjoy the warmth. And cool nights. rolleyes.gif


WOCN11 CWTO 271016
Special weather statement
Issued by Environment Canada Ontario region. 6:16 AM EDT Friday
27 August 2010.

Special weather statement issued for..
City of Toronto
Windsor - Essex - Chatham-Kent
Sarnia - Lambton
Elgin
London - Middlesex
Simcoe - Delhi - Norfolk
Dunnville - Caledonia - Haldimand
Oxford - Brant
Niagara
City of Hamilton
Halton - Peel
York - Durham
Huron - Perth
Waterloo - Wellington
Dufferin - Innisfil
Grey - Bruce
Barrie - Orillia - Midland
Belleville - Quinte - Northumberland
Kingston - Prince Edward
Peterborough - Kawartha Lakes
Stirling - Tweed - South Frontenac
Bancroft - Bon Echo Park
Brockville - Leeds and Grenville
City of Ottawa
Gatineau
Prescott and Russell
Cornwall - Morrisburg
Smiths Falls - Lanark - Sharbot Lake
Parry Sound - Muskoka
Haliburton
Renfrew - Pembroke - Barry's Bay
Algonquin
Burk's Falls - Bayfield Inlet.

...A glorious conclusion to a sunny warm summer...

Although the days are getting shorter and the kids will be back to
school soon, mother nature is delivering one final chapter to the
story of the summer of sun and warmth.

Southern Ontario has been experiencing a respite from the heat and
humidity of July and early August. But the heat is far from over.
A prolonged period of hot and dry weather is in the making. A vast
dome of high pressure will build over Southern Ontario on the weekend
and hold for several days into next week. Temperatures will be on
the upswing into the upper twenties for Saturday and Sunday with
comfortable humidity levels along with cloud-free skies.

The heat is forecast to build next week with the mercury reaching the
low thirties in many areas of Southern Ontario. What will make this
hot spell more tolerable for many folks are moderate humidity levels.
Humidex values will generally hover in the mid thirties but are
unlikely to exceed the more oppressive 40 mark. Also, nighttime
minimum temperatures will cool off into the teens in most areas
allowing some relief from the heat of the day.

There may also be a gradual increase in smog levels with time, as is
typical in hot weather when abundant sun and warmth acts to build-up
pollutants over time in the absence of cleansing rain or cloud cover.

Meteorologists like to convey forecasts in terms of probabilities and
confidence levels. Quite often differing forecast guidance will
indicate a level of uncertainty for a weather event. But
occasionally, all weather guidance will point to a high degree of
accuracy and confidence. This is one of those times, where there is
no disturbance, front or even a looming hurricane to introduce doubt.

The hot spell will likely break towards the end of next week -
probably around Thursday - as a cold front knocks at our door.

Listen for further statements. Additional information may also be
found by consulting the latest public forecast. The next public
forecast will be issued by 11 AM.

22 Jul 2010
there is a chance that some storms maybe sever will start in Ontario tonight and continue until Saturday.

if the MCS that is in the mid-west US continues east tonight it should make for an interesting evening in Southern Ontario.

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This is coming in along a warm front which should bump up the temps and dew points for tomorrow and maybe saturday.

the folling is a write up from EC.

ACCN10 CWTO 220859
Convective weather forecast for the province of Ontario
Issued by Environment Canada Ontario region
At 4:59 AM EDT Thursday 22 July 2010.
This forecast is issued at 4 AM and 4.30 PM daily between May 1
And September 30.

This forecast is issued at 4 AM and 4.30 PM daily between May 1
And September 30.

Note: this is not a severe weather watch warning or special weather
Statement.

Discussion of thunderstorm potential.

Today..Scattered non severe thunderstorms are expected across
Northwestern Ontario.

Tonight..A cluster of significant thunderstorms may reach Lake Huron
or Southwestern Ontario overnight ahead of a warm front. There is a
slight risk these storms may be severe with torrential downpours as
the main concern. There is a lesser risk of isolated large hail or
brief damaging winds. Isolated non severe thunderstorms are also
likely across Far Northern Ontario.

Friday..The warm frontal thunderstorms will likely be tracking
eastward across Southwestern Ontario to Niagara or the Golden
Horseshoe in the morning. There is a slight risk that these storms
may be severe with torrential downpours, large hail, damaging winds.
Scattered thunderstorms are likely to regenerate over Southwestern
Ontario towards the Golden Horseshoe Friday afternoon. There
Is a slight risk that the afternoon storms may be severe with
torrential downpours, large hail, damaging winds being the main
threats. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. There is a lesser
risk of severe thunderstorms for the Golden Horseshoe Friday
Afternoon. Also..Widely scattered non severe thunderstorms will also
be prevalent across the remainder of the province.

A severe thunderstorm is defined as having one or more of the
following

- wind gusts of 90 km/h or greater.
- hail of 2 centimetres diameter or greater.
- rainfall rate greater than 50 millimetres in 1 hour or less.
- tornadoes

END/OSPC

http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/warnings/SW..._e.html?prov=on (source)
9 Dec 2009
there is a huge amount of numbers being thrown around for the LES event thats about to occur in the snow belts. Any further ideas or forcasts for the streamers can be posted here as to the Dec storm topic.

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