Monday, November 24, 2014

Snow map of the east coast snow...

Passing us by...again.


Cold returning briefly, big snow on east coast

Tonight into tomorrow the temperature will fall such that it will be below zero by tomorrow evening.   A big storm will come up the east coast just in time for the American Thanksgiving.
Beyond that we look to be in a transitory pattern, ditty bopping around normal temps.

On a different note,  are there other kids very disappointed with the melted snow or is it just mine?

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

We will lose most of the snow on the ground

A weak clipper will come through Wednesday night into Thursday.
We will have a mild few days along with some rain early next week which will take out most of the snow on the ground.  But the last few days of the month look colder than normal.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Euro still banging snow drum

The latest Euro has this for 24 hr snowfall ending Monday night.  The other models are less enthusiastic.  Something to keep watch on.

The cold is coming and some snow...

Our bit of rain this morning was the cold front passing through.  Temperatures are going to drop through the day today, reaching negative values by this evening.   West of us, Peterborough has dropped 10 degrees over the last nine hours to current temp of +3C.  Bancroft has dropped 6 degrees over the last six hours to current temp of +2C. Petawawa has dropped 5 degrees in the last 4 hours to current +4C.

Looking forward, this cold will last at least two weeks, relative to normals.   Wrt to snow, there is some consensus that Sunday will bring flurries with some light accumulation.   The Euro is currently the most enthusiastic with giving us additional cms of snow on Monday. 

With this strong Northwesterly flow, the typical areas for Lake Effect Snow are going to get hammered.  Snow will be measured in feet in these areas over the next few days.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Colder and colder...snowier and snowier..

The temperature anomalies of the next two weeks.


And Remembrance Day may be memorable for the wrong reason...