Monday, December 10, 2012

#Weather in #Liverpool, #Canada - Currently(6:30AM): +0.6C,overcast,light N wind,76% humidity

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

(Temps are in °C)

High: +8.7

Low: -3.0



Temps dropped last evening to a few degrees below the freezing point but are
now rising ahead of the expected precip.So far today,there has been no rain
or snow and only light winds in our area but heavy bands of precip ,to our
west and moving eastward,are beginning to show up on the radar.Conditions
are expected worsen over the next few hours.



Today's Forecast: Today..Cloudy. Snow mixed with ice pellets beginning early
this

morning then changing to rain at times heavy this morning. Risk of

freezing rain this morning. Snow and ice pellet amount 2 to 4 cm.

Rainfall amount 20 mm except 40 mm in areas of heaviest rain. Fog

patches developing this morning. Wind east 20 km/h becoming

southeast 30 gusting to 50 near noon then southwest 40 gusting to 70

late this afternoon. High 12.

Tonight..Periods of rain. Amount 10 mm. Fog patches. Wind southwest

40 km/h gusting to 70. Temperature steady near 12.

Tuesday..Periods of rain ending in the morning then cloudy with

30 percent chance of showers. Clearing in the evening. Wind

southwest 40 km/h gusting to 60 becoming northwest 20 gusting to 40

near noon. Temperature falling to 7 in the afternoon.





Marine Forecast: Wind easterly 10 to 15 knots increasing to southeast 20 to
25 this

morning then veering to southwest 25 to 30 this afternoon. Wind

veering to west 20 to 25 near noon Tuesday then to northwest 20

Tuesday evening. Periods of rain beginning early this morning and

ending Tuesday afternoon. Risk of thunderstorms overnight. Fog

patches forming this afternoon and dissipating near noon Tuesday.







Today's weather trivia: 10 December


2003: An atmospheric inversion under calm winds caused a bout of smog over
Edmonton, AB, prompting health officials to warn residents with respiratory
illnesses to stay indoors. The hazy skies and restricted visibility less
than 5 km lasted for 7 hours before stronger winds ended the smog episode.
The particulate sources came from vehicle exhaust, home fireplaces or wood
stoves, or all three.

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







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