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Old Posted Nov 16, 2019, 4:42 AM
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Beautiful today, -7 and sunny in the afternoon. This is the best of January, right here in November! Yes, I wore shorts!

Today's high of -5 was literally at 3am, when it was snowing. Seasonal is a low of -7 and a high of 2.
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Old Posted Nov 16, 2019, 7:25 AM
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Wasn't too bad. We had some rain in the morning and then it cleared off and the afternoon was mostly sunny.

Friday's high at Vancouver Harbour was 11 C, the low was 9 C.



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Old Posted Nov 16, 2019, 12:36 PM
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Rain and 7 at 9am. Mid-afternoon a cold front will swing through and drop temperatures below freezing. We may see our first official centimetre of snow recorded at the airport today.
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Old Posted Nov 16, 2019, 2:41 PM
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Fresh morning, -8C but the sun is nice.



Temps start to rebound tomorrow but still below normal. I might be wrong but I believe last November was the coldest on record, this November will surely end up colder.
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Old Posted Nov 16, 2019, 3:35 PM
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Are those squall clouds in the distance? You can frequently see similar clouds on the northeast horizon in Moncton. They form over the Northumberland Strait when we have cold temperatures and a brisk NW wind. We don't get the snow here, but the clouds track along the length of the strait, and they do get snow in northern NS, especially around Pictou County.

Currently sunny, but a chilly -6C in Moncton at 11 AM with a windchill of -14. Temperatures will recover next week (+11C on Tuesday), and there is no significant snow in our forecast.
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Old Posted Nov 16, 2019, 3:55 PM
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Yeah those clouds are quite often hanging out over the lake and along the southern shore (NY State). Pretty much the same thing you describe as NY State gets the squalls and we don't. Maybe once a year we'll get a cold SW wind that brings a squall up here but they are pretty rare.
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Old Posted Nov 16, 2019, 5:15 PM
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Old Posted Nov 16, 2019, 7:19 PM
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Hawaiian rain system heading towards Vancouver before the sun comes back:
High +12C
Low +11C!

11 12 12 12 10 11 10 Highs

10 9 9 4 -1 0 Lows
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Old Posted Nov 16, 2019, 8:30 PM
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Maybe once a year we'll get a cold SW wind that brings a squall up here but they are pretty rare.
We tend to get our squalls here in Moncton on the back end of a nor'easter. These storms usually pass up the spine of the Bay of Fundy, placing us on the west side. The winds are counterclockwise, thus once the storm passes us into the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the prevailing winds tend to be out of the NE, so we get prolonged squall activity here in Moncton, enhancing the local snowfall.

In essence, Moncton tends to get hammered during (and after) nor'easters, but otherwise, we tend to have sunny and clear weather in the winter without persistent squall activity.
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Are those squall clouds in the distance? You can frequently see similar clouds on the northeast horizon in Moncton. They form over the Northumberland Strait when we have cold temperatures and a brisk NW wind. We don't get the snow here, but the clouds track along the length of the strait, and they do get snow in northern NS, especially around Pictou County.

Currently sunny, but a chilly -6C in Moncton at 11 AM with a windchill of -14. Temperatures will recover next week (+11C on Tuesday), and there is no significant snow in our forecast.
I thank you for these climatology lessons on Canada. I am a fan of climatology and the climate of North America and so for me your local climatology lessons are fascinating :Saluti:
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Old Posted Nov 16, 2019, 11:44 PM
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Mild and rainy ALMOST all day. Sun came out just before sunset, presumably to fuck with us.



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Old Posted Nov 17, 2019, 3:52 AM
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-6C with a wind chill of -10 and sunny! Today's high was 4C below our normal LOW.

Low this morning was -13C (wind chill of -20). Officially -14.0C so we're a degree off the record low (-15.0 in 1967). We got lucky as today is the only day with a colder temperature. Record lows at this time of the year are around -10C, -11C.

The warmspot was Sandspit, BC at 13.9C.
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Was 7C today. Forecast for tomorrow is 15.

Rest of the week looks mostly good: 6 / 0 / 4 / 15 / 10. Snow still on tap for Tuesday, otherwise mostly dry.
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Old Posted Nov 17, 2019, 7:40 AM
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Saturday around Vancouver was wet, ranging from heavy rain to light drizzle or periods of no rain, depending on when and where you were. The high at Vancouver Harbour was 10 C, the low was 8 C.




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Finally, we have a decent day. Currently it's sunny and 4, with lots of meltage
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Old Posted Nov 17, 2019, 4:02 PM
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Currently -5C and sunny in Moncton, going up to -1C later today. Our normal daytime high this time of year is +5.3C, so we are far below normal.

The upcoming week will be unsettled, but thankfully the precipitation will mostly be rain.

I hope this isn't another early winter, but the new paradigm thanks to climate change seems to be cold winters and hot summers in eastern North America.
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It was a chilly one, but a nice one!





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12C and windy at 9am. Looks like it even rained a little. Pretty good for it being mid November.
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Wow, 5 of the next 7 days are to be 10 degrees or above? That's bonkers. Looks like we're getting a bit of a reward for putting up with our shitty October and... well the entire summer.
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Foggy and misty this morning. Wind SE 4 km/h

High +7C
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