Thursday, January 17, 2013

#Weather in #Liverpool, #Canada - Morning Report

(Temps are in °C)

Current conditions (6:30AM):

Air Temp: -0.2

Conditions: overcast

Wind: calm

Relative Humidity: 89%

Windchill: none





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

High: 0.0

Low: -4.2



Yesterday's snow showed up as forecast and left 5 to 10 cms before it moved
on.Temps were near 0 here on the coast during the 'storm' and there were
some ice pellets at times.More flurries and periods of light snow are on the
way for the next few days.Accumulations are expected to be slight.There is a
possibility of a significant snow event early next week.More info on that to
follow over the next few days.



Today's Forecast:

Today..Cloudy. 60 percent chance of flurries or rain showers this

morning. Becoming a mix of sun and cloud near noon. Wind becoming

west 30 km/h gusting to 50 near noon. High plus 4.

Tonight..Mainly cloudy with 30 percent chance of flurries late this

evening and after midnight. Flurries beginning overnight. Wind west

20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming northwest 20 gusting to 40 near

midnight. Low minus 9.

Friday..Periods of snow ending in the afternoon then clearing. Amount

2 to 4 cm. Wind north 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming northwest 30

gusting to 50 near noon. Temperature steady near minus 9.





Marine Forecast:

Freezing spray warning in effect.

Wind east 15 to 20 knots becoming southwest 15 to 20 early this

morning then veering to west 20 late this morning. Wind veering to

northwest 15 late this evening then increasing to northwest 20 to 30

Friday afternoon. Periods of snow beginning overnight changing to

flurries Friday afternoon. Freezing spray beginning Friday

afternoon. Temperatures zero rising to plus 5 this morning then

falling to minus 9 Friday evening.







Today's weather trivia: 17 January


1907: A cold, stormy period on Canada's Pacific coast left citizens angry
with Mother Nature for daily shipwrecks, flooding, stranded tugboats, trees
falling on houses, stalled trains, downed telegraph wires, and the effects
of extreme cold (-16.7°C). On this day, the liquid in a Vancouver, BC,
soda-pop factory's machinery froze and pipes burst, while filled bottles
exploded; damage was $1,500.

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

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