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Old Posted Nov 9, 2017, 5:38 PM
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Currently +5C and sunny in Moncton.

A nice day, but there is no question that late fall has arrived with a vengeance......
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Old Posted Nov 9, 2017, 6:05 PM
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A strange weather coincidence in Winnipeg:

November 9th, 2017 - Winnipeg sets a new low temperature record of -23.7.

November 9th, 2016 - Winnipeg set a new high temperature record of +18.8.
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2-4cms of snow this morning turning to rain and milding up for the rest of the week:

2 5 5 5 5 5 4 and wet
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A strange weather coincidence in Winnipeg:

November 9th, 2017 - Winnipeg sets a new low temperature record of -23.7.

November 9th, 2016 - Winnipeg set a new high temperature record of +18.8.
Sweet jesus mother of god!!! -25C in Regina this morning as well. Wind chill below -30C and record low in both cases.

-22C with a wind chill of -31C in Saskatoon this morning but that is not a record over there.

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario today...


I think we'll get some pics of snow from certain areas in Southern Ontario this evening.
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Looks like they're getting snow squalls off of Lake Superior.
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Old Posted Nov 10, 2017, 5:52 AM
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8C and a mainly cloudy! Cold front is passing through the city at the moment, first flurries of the season. However, the precipitation is almost done so we'll stay with only a "few flurries".

The warmspot was Baccaro Point, NS at 12.2C.
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Mild and moist in Vancouver. A bit of rain here and there, off and on. I managed to miss it. The high at Vancouver Harbour was 9 C, the low was 7 C.



Kerrisdale, Vancouver, Nov.9 '17, my pics


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Old Posted Nov 10, 2017, 12:23 PM
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Very cold and below normal for today with a high of only -1C! That's colder than our average January high temperature!

We broke the 1957 cold weather record of -5C this morning, when the temperature dropped to-6.9C!

Back above freezing though for the rest or the 7 day forecast for both highs and lows!
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Minus 10C (feels like -21C) in Ottawa this morning. Brrrr! A bit to my surprise, the rain last night seems not to have turned to more than a dusting of snow, if any, last night.
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It's a brisk 3C. Should get up to 7C today with some sun.

Records for November 10.

High: 17.6C (2008)
Low: -6.2C (1984)
Rainfall: 58.7mm (1959)
Snowfall: 7.6cm (1995)
Snow on ground: 8.0cm (1968)
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Minus 10C (feels like -21C) in Ottawa this morning. Brrrr! A bit to my surprise, the rain last night seems not to have turned to more than a dusting of snow, if any, last night.
Every door on my car was frozen shut this morning, with all the rain last night prior.

This seems to happen a lot in recent winters. Mild and rainy, followed by freezing cold. It would be ideal to have one or the other.
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Every door on my car was frozen shut this morning, with all the rain last night prior.

This seems to happen a lot in recent winters. Mild and rainy, followed by freezing cold. It would be ideal to have one or the other.
Yes, the balconies on my house had a solid coating of ice on them this morning. Fortunately, the streets seem clear and dry.
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Old Posted Nov 10, 2017, 2:34 PM
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Yarmouth can be added to the freeze list, it froze yesterday at -0.5C. The list is now complete!
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OK - Here's the complete list for 2017 then:

1) - Whitehorse - September 3rd
2) - Iqaluit - September 7th
3) - Prince George - September 14th
3) - Fort MacMurray - September 14th
5) - Grande Prairie - September 15th
6) - Lethbridge - September 16th
6) - Calgary - September 16th
8) - Regina - September 17th
9) - Saskatoon - September 20th
10) - Winnipeg - September 29th
11) - Thunder Bay - September 30th
12) - Saint John - October 1st
12) - Fredericton - October 1st
12) - Moncton - October 1st
12) - Sherbrooke - October 1st
16) - Yellowknife - October 2nd
17) - Corner Brook - October 3rd
17) - Edmonton - October 3rd
17) - Kelowna - October 3rd
20) - Kamloops - October 4th
21) - Quebec City - October 12th
22) - Sudbury - October 16th
22) - Ottawa - October 16th
22) - Kingston - October 16th
25) - Sydney - October 18th
25) - St. John's - October 18th
27) - Charlottetown - October 22nd
28) - London - October 26th
29) - Victoria - November 3rd
29) - Vancouver - November 3rd
31) - Halifax - November 4th
32) - Montreal - November 7th
33)- Windsor - November 8th
33) - Toronto - November 8th
35) - Yarmouth - November 9th
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Old Posted Nov 10, 2017, 4:10 PM
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Holy crap!!!

I'm off work today, and decided to drive across town to see what's going on construction-wise.

When I left home in NW Moncton, and when I was driving around Dieppe, it was +10C and light rain. I decided to drive back cross town on the TCH, and as I passed the Elmwood Drive interchange, I suddenly saw a squall line in the distance with a really heavy curtain of rain. The clouds were very dark. I passed through the squall line between the Mapleton and Gorge Road exits, and the temperature outside instantly dropped to +4C!!!

By the time I got home (three minutes later), the temperature had dropped further to +2C. I've never seen such a sharp cold front before in my life (10C to 2C in literally 7-8 minutes).
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And now it's snowing out (just a flurry)

It never fails. We virtually always get our first snow of the season around here on or about Remembrance Day.
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By the time I got home (three minutes later), the temperature had dropped further to +2C. I've never seen such a sharp cold front before in my life (10C to 2C in literally 7-8 minutes).
That's because this is historic. Eastern Canada has never experienced such brutal temperatures so early in the season. When you factor in the bare ground (no snow to cool off the temperature further), it's one for the history book.

This morning hourly low (the official low might a few decimals colder):

Montreal: -8.4C (record low -7.9C, 1995)
Ottawa: -11.1C (record low -9.0C, 1995)
Toronto: -9.8C (record low -8.9C, 1973)
Windsor: -6.9C (record low -5.0C, 1957)
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Petawawa: -12.8C (record low -11.2C, 1981)
North Bay: -17.4C (record low -14.4C, 1976)
Sudbury: -18.4C (record low, -15.0C, 1995)
Sault Ste. Marie: -17.8C (record low, -10.0C, 1985)

I can probably keep going but no city is escaping this. Records are simply shattered.

The "snow" this morning...
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Halifax still hasn't went below 0, but will tonight!
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That's because this is historic. Eastern Canada has never experienced such brutal temperatures so early in the season. When you factor in the bare ground (no snow to cool off the temperature further), it's one for the history book.
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The "snow" this morning...
Even that is more than we got in Ottawa (although I did see some cars with a good bit of snow on them).
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Halifax still hasn't went below 0, but will tonight!
Yes it did, nov. 4th
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