Sunday, December 30, 2012

#Weather in #Liverpool, #Canada - morning report - Stormy day

(Temps are in °C)

Current conditions (6:00AM):

Air Temp:+4.0

Conditions: overcast w/ rain

Wind:strong NE

Relative Humidity: 98%

Windchill: n/a





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

High: +4.0

Low: -3.2



We had a pretty decent day here yesterday….the calm before the storm.Temps
were near the freezing mark for the day and dropped to slightly below in the
early evening.My mid-evening the temps began to rise and by midnight we were
above freezing.Not sure what time the storm started here but the wind and
rain woke me up around 5:30.There is NO snow in my area but it is very windy
and raining quite hard.The stormy conditions will persist for most of
today,clearing late tonight and we're looking at a mix of sun and cloud with
cooler temps for tomorrow.



Today's Forecast: Winter storm warning in effect.

Today..Snow. Snow mixed with ice pellets this morning. Periods of

rain along the coast this morning. Snow and ice pellet amount 15 cm

except rainfall amount 15 mm along the coast. Blowing snow late this

morning and this afternoon. Wind northeast 50 km/h gusting to 70

becoming northwest 50 gusting to 70 near noon. High plus 1.

Tonight..Flurries ending this evening then cloudy with 60 percent

chance of flurries. Blowing snow. Wind northwest 50 km/h gusting to

70. Low minus 5.

Monday..Mainly cloudy. Clearing in the afternoon. Wind northwest

50 km/h gusting to 70. High minus 4.





Marine Forecast: Gale warning in effect.

Wind northeast 35 to 45 knots diminishing to variable 25 to 30 this

morning then increasing to northwest 40 to 45 near noon. Wind

diminishing to northwest 35 Monday morning and to northwest 30

Monday evening. Periods of rain or periods of snow changing to a few

flurries near noon and ending Monday afternoon. Visibility 1 mile or

less in precipitation. Temperatures plus 3 falling to minus 2 Monday

afternoon.







Today's weather trivia: 30 December


1910: A 3-day storm raged across southern and central Saskatchewan claiming
several victims. Many homesteaders lost their way and perished. Their bodies
were found a week later, frozen not far from the beaten trail. Three
children from Yellowgrass going to their grandparents were caught in the
blizzard. Searchers found the young boy dead, but his 2 sisters huddled next
to him survived.

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

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