Saturday, December 29, 2012

#Weather in #Liverpool, #Canada - morning report - Winter storm warning in effect

(Temps are in °C)

Current conditions (6:40AM):

Air Temp: -3.1

Conditions:overcast

Wind: light Westerly

Relative Humidity: 63%

Windchill: -5.6





Min / max over the past 24 hours, as recorded on my station:

High: +6.4

Low: -3.2



Yesterday started out quite mild but temps dropped to the freezing point by
the early afternoon.There were a few light flurries in the evening.We are
expecting a mix of sun and cloud today with cool temps.Snow is expected to
begin tonight and continue into tomorrow.A winter storm warning is now in
effect and a significant amount is expected before it ends tomorrow.



Today's Forecast: Winter storm warning in effect.

Today..Cloudy. Becoming a mix of sun and cloud this morning. Wind

northwest 20 km/h becoming light early this morning. High minus 1.

Tonight..Cloudy. A few flurries beginning this evening then changing

to snow at times heavy near midnight. Ice pellets along the coast

overnight. Amount 15 cm. Blowing snow overnight. Wind becoming

northeast 40 km/h gusting to 60 after midnight. Temperature steady

near minus 2.

Sunday..Snow at times heavy changing to flurries in the afternoon and

ending in the evening then cloudy with 60 percent chance of

flurries. Ice pellets along the coast in the morning. Amount 15 cm.

Blowing snow. Wind north 40 km/h gusting to 60 becoming northwest 40

gusting to 60 early in the afternoon. High plus 1.





Marine Forecast: Gale warning in effect.

Wind northwest 25 knots diminishing to northwest 15 late this morning

and to light this afternoon. Wind increasing to east 20 to 25 near

midnight and to northeast 25 to 35 overnight with gusts to 50 along

the coast Sunday morning. Wind becoming northwest 35 to 45 Sunday

morning. Periods of rain or periods of snow beginning near midnight

changing to flurries Sunday afternoon. Visibility 1 mile or less in

precipitation.







Today's weather trivia: 29 December


1933: A trapper near Fort St. John, BC, was overtaken by a storm while out
on the trail. He was forced to take shelter in an abandoned, roofless cabin.
Temperatures dipped to -51°C. His feet became so frozen, they swelled up and
turned black. On the 8th day and desperate, he killed his sled dogs but was
unable to eat their flesh. On the 9th day he had made up his mind to end his
life when help arrived.

Excerpt from 'The Canadian Weather Trivia Calendar' by David Phillips. ©
Environment Canada

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