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Spring Fever Spreading

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knorthern_knight

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  1. knorthern_knight

    Spring 2019

    A few rumbles of thunder just now near Dufferin+Steeles
  2. knorthern_knight

    End Of Snow?

    Rainfall warnings posted, so expect very little snow. Sorry.
  3. knorthern_knight

    End Of Snow?

    Let's just say the NAM tends to overstate snowfall amounts. The GFS text shows a bit of snow in the Quebec-Windsor Corridor, but temperatures are forecast in the low-to-mid 30's Fahrenheit, so don't expect much accumulation, except maybe for Quebec City.
  4. knorthern_knight

    Spring 2019

    Dry spell coming up. The GFS text prog indicates no precipitation at all through at least evening of the 28th for southern Ontario (London/Waterloo/Hamilton/Toronto).
  5. It looks like mostly rain with some snow for southern Ontario, and mostly snow for Ottawa/Montreal/Quebec. Quebec City looks like it gets a dump of snow (30 cm).
  6. knorthern_knight

    More snow this weekend???? March 2-3?

    https://www.accuweather.com/en/ca/erin-mills/l5l/weather-forecast/3383227 They say 1-2 inches tomorrow and 3-6 Sunday?!?!? Note that I'm using a browser extension that sets dark background...
  7. knorthern_knight

    More snow this weekend???? March 2-3?

    Are you sure this is for GTA March 2/3? EC is calling for 2 cm Saturday, which is in line with the GFS. For that matter, so is MyForecast.com (yeah, I know).
  8. knorthern_knight

    More snow this weekend???? March 2-3?

    March 1 00Z GFS text forecast looks mehhh. Approx 1-to-2 cm in southern Ontario, and 4-to-5cm for Ottawa/Montreal/Quebec.
  9. knorthern_knight

    More snow this weekend???? March 2-3?

    The GFS text forecast is relatively innocuous. 1-to-2 cm in southern Ontario, and in Quebec City. Ottawa/Montreal looking for 4-to-5 cm.
  10. knorthern_knight

    Feb 27th snow for Southern Ontario

    6-hour snowfall amounts from FIM-8
  11. knorthern_knight

    Feb 27th snow for Southern Ontario

    GFS text still in the 10-to-15 cm range for southern Ontario.
  12. knorthern_knight

    Feb 27th snow for Southern Ontario

    GFS text looks like approximately 10-to-15 cm for Windsor through Toronto.
  13. knorthern_knight

    Feb 24-25 Wind Storm

    The FIM-8 map forecast, being an American product, gives wind speeds in knots. Quick-n-dirty conversion; 100 km/h == 54 knots (by definition!). Note also that this is sustained speed at 10 metres above the surface. Wind tends to be higher over open water than over land/ice. The windspeed maps echo the currently unfrozen areas of the Great Lakes.
  14. The following is according to the GFS text forecast. It looks to hit aToronto approx 4 PM. BTW, freezing rain is for southern Ontario up to Hamilton. Toronto starts with snow turning to rain. Ottawa/Montreal/Quebec look to get straight snow. Here's the forecast.
  15. knorthern_knight

    February 17th-18th Winter Storm

    Right now the GFS text for Toronto has it starting up as a few flurries, and turning to rain. If anything it'll wash away whatever's left of the current system's snow accumulation.
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