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11 Mar 2013
Not sure what to really expect but since it's late in the season, one last shot of a snowstorm would be nice. Myforecast is showing a big to major snowstorm for areas in southern and eastern ontario and southern Quebec in this timeframe.
Ottawa is currently at over 30cm, Toronto 25cm+, about the same in Montreal of about 25cm+, etc...
I suppose this may be something to follow over the coming days to see what (if anything) transpires.
1 Jan 2013
I guess I'll start my first "storm" related thread for some snow that is being forecasted by EC and TWN especially. TWN have 5-10 cm for Ottawa and Montreal on thursday, the 3rd, and the snow may linger a little bit to the 4th. Toronto currently only have flurries and a cm or so as per TWN/ EC has straight "snow" for Ottawa on the 3rd and periods of snow for Montreal on the same date.
We'll see how this unfolds over the next couple oof days. Would be nice to add this to Ottawa's (and Montreal's) impressive snow cover.
And happy new year to everyone! Here's hoping 2013 brings us all lot's of snow!
16 Dec 2012
Anybody recall this - what a difference years can be......
3 Aug 2012
While an unofficial heatwave, we can call it a heatwave as the heat and humidity is going to be great this weekend for the areas in the topic title.
"Humidex advisories" have been issued for most/all of southern and eastern ontario and a "high heat and humidity warning" has been issued for some/all of southern Quebec.
Ottawa may have it's highest temperature of the year tomorrow, saturday, as EC has a current 35C expected as the high. Ottawa's current high temperature so far this year is exactly 35C set back earlier in july (and I believe a day in june, too). Yesterday, EC had 36C as a daytime high for saturday, then dropped it to 34C this morning, and now this afternoon have risen it to 35C, so we'll see how things go.
And the humidex should be in the 40's everywhere in the topic title as Ottawa, for example and as per TWN, is expecting a temperature of 34C tomorrow but a humidex of 45C, 11 degrees hotter than the temperature. That will be scorching and may be the highest humidex this year.
All this above means Ottawa could have it's hottest and most humid day of the year tomorrow and considering the summer it's been, that's amazingly incredible. And while sunday does look less hot, it still looks hot but especially humid.
All this heat is following already above average temperatures for the topic areas over the last little while (sometimes even hot as Ottawa hit 32.5C yesterday), so all I can say is here we go again!
And BTW, while I am favoring Ottawa in this post, I would hope that you all in other areas can keep us updated with your current forecast and temperature and humidex. It's always nice to know what's going on elsewhere.
31 Jul 2012
Severe thunderstorms look possible for these areas and currently, severe thunderstorm watches are in effect for much of eastern ontario including one that has just been issued for Ottawa minutes ago.
EC's radar shows some intense thunderstorms west/southwest of Ottawa mostly and heading slowly towards Ottawa and other areas in eastern ontario. Looks like some heavy dounpours will be accompanying these storms, something we need.
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