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2 Feb 2013
Surprised no one else here has picked it up. Or is everybody following it on the US forum? GFS shows a fast moving system that deepens off the US east coast, and turns due north, hitting Atlantic Canada, including Labrador, and adjacent eastern Quebec.
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29 Dec 2012
I am NOT a moderator so all I can do is politely ask. Can people please use the standard title format when creating new threads. The US FAQ page http://forums.accuweather.com/index.php?showtopic=8452 goes into detail. I'm not asking for strict adherence, but it does make things easier when following multiple topics in separate browser tabs. Here are a couple of screen captures of the top of my browser. Notice the difference between the US and Canadian forums...
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Obviously, winter/spring/summer/fall threads and non-event threads will be different. Here's a quick-n-dirty summary...
Dec. 26-27 Eastern Canada Boxing Day Snowstorm
26 Nov 2012
I was going to post this before a similar thread in the US forum, but I wanted to wait for the 00Z GFS to come out. Anyhow, here are temperature maps for the afternoon of the 2nd/3rd/4th and the morning of the 5th. The warm temps get to Windsor area on the 2nd, and retreat from the Ottawa area on the 5th.
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22 Nov 2012
Surprised that nobody else has bothered. I know that clippers are usually minor. But it also ushers in some cold air... if you believe the forecasts
Start off with the clipper getting organized in Alberta/Saskatchewan
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Then it hits the GTA.
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And a look at GFS forecast temperatures afterwards
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The snow band peters out by the 26th.
3 Nov 2012
It obviously takes some time for the super-computers to crunch the numbers after the 00/06/12/18 Z data is read/transmitted/assimilated. Is there a regular schedule? E.g. when are the 00Z and 12Z forecasts at http://collaboration.cmc.ec.gc.ca/cmc/cmdn...pe_gem_reg.html actually available to browse? When are the various forecasts at Instant weathermaps.com available? Also, do they wait until the entire batch (up to 120 or 240 hours) is ready, or do they dribble out the individual 12/24/36hr/etc forecasts one-at-a-time as they're generated?
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