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29 Mar 2014
I know there's the atlantic canada thread but this will also affect southern ontario and southern quebec
If someone could post the RUC and RAP that'd be great. On phone right now.
2 Feb 2014
This has been modeled by most models for a little while now.
Here's the latest 12z GFS total snowfall for this storm:
21 Jan 2014
Well it looks like parts of southern Ontario and southern Quebec could be in for quite the strong clipper-type system (it's very much a polar jet disturbance) this weekend, with decent amounts of snow, and very strong winds potentially. Overall the winds and potential blowing snow could be the bigger story as well as Lake-effect during and in the wake of the storm, but it could prove to be quite the storm system.
Here's probably one of the more impressive images from the latest 18z GFS at hour 96:
Here is the latest 18z GFS total snowfall for this event:
The 18z GFS tracked a bit further south and stalled a bit more than the 12z, which would produce an even better scenario as seen from the snowfall forecast.
Should be fun to track!
15 Jan 2014
Been a little while since I posted, with school starting and all, and a rather dull weather pattern. With the string of clippers, this one has caught my attention as it could be a bit stronger and have a bit more moisture associated with it, particularly for Ottawa and Montreal.
06z GFS snowfall:
Also watching for a potential east coast storm around hour 168-192, but will wait a little while more.
28 Nov 2013
Well, now that just about everyone has seen some November snowfall, it appears we may see our first real clipper type system of the season in parts of southern Ontario and Quebec.
Here's a look at the 12z NAM total snowfall for it:
Ottawa and Montreal do decently with 5-10cm.
12z GFS snowfall:
Much drier with general amounts of 2-5cm.
Hi-res NAM at hour 60:
Given the projected track, I'd say 2-5cm is a decent possibility in Ottawa and Montreal with perhaps up to 8cm. For Toronto area and further south it looks like more of a wet snow with the low tracking to the north and general amounts of a trace-3cm are more likely at this point.
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