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16 degrees and sunny and while 95% of the country may find it windy today it's not to bad for St. John's.
     
     
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Snow has fallen as far south as Tennessee.
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It will be a nice weekend in Winnipeg; partly sunny and temps around 13 to 15C.
Sounds very Southern Alberta like.
     
     
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Sounds very Southern Alberta like.
Seriously dude, give it a rest and quit trolling or trying to get rrskylar to go on his useless trolling rants again.
     
     
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Old Posted Nov 6, 2010, 5:44 PM
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Currently, Winnipeg and Atlanta are at the same temperature: 4C
     
     
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This is the first year that I can remember where Calgary might be one of if not the last city to get actual snow accumulation (well, other than Vancouver of course - they don't really ever get snow). While we technically have seen 2 days with flurries, nothing stuck around except in the extreme high parts of the city. I don't think EC registered either day as actual snow on the ground.
Oh we certainly do get snow out here! Just not last year though. But it doesn't happen that frequently in Vancouver proper over the winter. But you can bet on at least a couple of snow accumulations from December to February. Although there was that winter two years ago, that was a completely different story....
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Oh we certainly do get snow out here! Just not last year though. But it doesn't happen that frequently in Vancouver proper over the winter. But you can bet on at least a couple of snow accumulations from December to February. Although there was that winter two years ago, that was a completely different story....
Yeah, I just put that in there because otherwise some jackass would respond with "what the hell are you talking about, Calgary always has snow before Vancouver you idiot!!!!!"
     
     
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Old Posted Nov 7, 2010, 2:24 AM
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Currently, Winnipeg and Atlanta are at the same temperature: 4C
And currently 6.9C according to my backyard thermometer in northwest Moncton. Environment Canada says that it is 12C in Halifax.

The Yanks would never believe it

Rain, rain go away............50mm down, another 50-70mm to go!
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And currently 6.9C according to my backyard thermometer in northwest Moncton. Environment Canada says that it is 12C in Halifax.

The Yanks would never believe it
Well, in Atlanta's case, the confederates
     
     
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5C and cloudy with some sunny breaks!

BTW-October 2010 was the 12th consecutive month above normal thanks to warm overnight lows.

I think this a record...
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Eric Schwibs, a weather service meteorologist in Gray, said a single month's weather is like flipping a coin – it's pretty much even odds coming out with warmer or colder temperatures than usual. Statistically speaking, the odds of flipping heads or tails 12 straight times is 4,096 to 1.
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Will the rain ever go away? Seriously, I had enough of this shit all summer in Calgary.

Several of the fields here are underwater and the creeks and streams are almost up to the level of their associated bridges.
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Will the rain ever go away? Seriously, I had enough of this shit all summer in Calgary.

Several of the fields here are underwater and the creeks and streams are almost up to the level of their associated bridges.
Yah I think I'm starting to have Seasonal Affective Disorder which is unusual for November (certainly hasn't helped my flu over the last week).

I keep looking at the temonitor hoping it'll drop below zero and start snowing.
     
     
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Old Posted Nov 8, 2010, 12:43 AM
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It's been raining continuously in Moncton now since Thursday night. I'm not sure how much has fallen but I'm seriously starting to worry about the swimming pool overflowing.

My son's high school championship football game was played this evening in the pouring rain, with gusty winds and an air temperature of 5 degrees Celsius. They were chilled to the bone but won the game 13-8. Go BMHS Highlanders!

They have had over 175mm of rain in Yarmouth since the storm started. Closer to home, they have had about 120mm in Fundy National Park.

They are calling for persistent rainy weather and showers until at least Wednesday!

I'm beginning to develop a yen for carpentry........how many cubits was the Ark again?
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I mowed the lawn to day in Edmonton, the grass was so thick it kept jamming my lawnmower.
It was sunny and must have been +8 outside.
     
     
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LMAO

I was just watching CTV National News and as most Maritimers will say it takes a lot to get our region on the news.

In this case it was a whopping 200mm of rain in 48 hours in southern NS and NB. The best thing of all when they chose the areas to feature flood prone Moncton and my hometown of Bedford were shown (they were close enough to my neighbourhood I was expecting my parent's house to float by).

Oh and after years of watching CTV Moncton is the only non-major city to get two headline stories in the National News (not a good thing).

As for current weather it 10C and well you can probably guess what's going on outside.
     
     
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It was 16 degrees according to environemnt canada, 18 accroding to my car, and sunny in St. John's today, going down to a cool 9 tonight though so the heat may need to be turned on again.
     
     
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going down to a cool 9 tonight though so the heat may need to be turned on again.
I hope you were kidding... 9C overnight in November is certainly not cool.
     
     
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^ I was, I still turned up the heat though after having it off for a few days.

It's currently 11 degrees but we've had Nova Scotia's rain which has been horrible.
     
     
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^ I was, I still turned up the heat though after having it off for a few days.

It's currently 11 degrees but we've had Nova Scotia's rain which has been horrible.
The heaviest rain was actually in southern NB. Mechanic Settlement (on the road between Fundy National Park and Sussex) has had 291mm (so far). The system won't be completely out of here until Wednesday!
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