No global warming in Canada

Windchill between -45 C to -55 C (-49 F to -67 F) across most of northern Manitoba.  Blizzards forcast in some areas as snowfall moves east.

BRITISH COLUMBIA

12 Dec 2016 – Extreme Cold Warning for Dease Lake region

Temperatures near minus 35 C (31 F) combined with northerly winds are expected to give wind chill values of minus 45 C (-49 F) overnight and Tuesday morning in Dease Lake.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?bc8#1520497021194991458201612120502ww1979cwvr

Extreme Cold Warning for Chilcotin region

Temperatures near or below minus 30 C (-22 F) combined with northerly winds near 15 km/h (9.3 mph) will lead to wind chill values below minus 40 C (-40 F) overnight into Tuesday morning. The potential for extreme cold wind chill values in the mornings continues throughout the week.

Extreme Cold Warning for Yoho Park – Kootenay Park region

Temperatures near minus 25 C (-13 F) combined with westerly winds near 20 km/h (12.4 mph) will bring wind chill values below minus 35 C (-31 F) overnight into Tuesday morning.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?bc17#1557371621918119183201612120502ww1373cwvr

Arctic outflow warning for Central Coast – inland sections and North Coast – inland sections

Wind chill values of minus 20 C to 25 C (-4 F to -13 F) will continue tonight through Friday.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?bc37#911081882005494413201612060502ww1171cwvr(and bc9 in the address link for the North Coastal area)
Arctic outflow warning for Howe Sound and Whistler regions

Wind chill values of minus 20 C to minus 25 C (-4 F to -13 F) can be expected.

Arctic outflow conditions will redevelop on Tuesday night.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?bc41#800367991933668512201612120502ww1171cwvr(and bc39 in the address link for the Whistler warning)

MANITOBA

Extreme Cold Warning for Brochet, Churchill, Gillam, Leaf Rapids, Lynn Lake, Pukatawagan, Shamattawa, Tadoule Lake, Nelson House, South Indian Lake and Amisk Prov. Park, Split Lake and York Landing, Thompson Thicket Portage and Pikwitonei and York regions

Temperatures below -30 C and increasing winds will bring windchill values between -45 C to -55 C (-49 F to -67 F) tonight across most of northern Manitoba.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?mb34#1806147421558884325201612110501ww1272cwwg(also mb36, mb30, mb33, mb29, mb35, mb31 and mb37 in the address link for the other affected areas)

NEW BRUNSWICK

Snowfall warning for Acadian Peninsula, Bathurst and Chaleur Region, Campbellton and eastern half of Restigouche County, Miramichi and area, Moncton and Southeast New Brunswick and Mount Carleton – Renous Highway regions

Total snowfall amounts of 15 to 20 centimetres (5.9″ to 7.9″) can be expected.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nb4#181004627296176557201612110506ww1474cwhx(also nb3, nb2, nb7, nb16 and nb6 in the address link for the other affected areas)

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Winter storm warning for Avalon Peninsula North, Avalon Peninsula Southeast, Avalon Peninsula Southwest, Bonavista Peninsula, Burin Peninsula, Clarenville and vicinity, St. John’s and vicinity and Terra Nova regions

Hazardous winter conditions are expected.

Snow, at times heavy, will spread north tonight and continue through Tuesday before tapering to flurries Tuesday night. Total accumulations of 15 to 20 cm (5.9″ to 7.9″) are expected. This snow will combine with strong winds to give reduced visibilities in blowing snow on Tuesday, especially during the morning commute.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nl28#70330273153582916201612120507ww1676cwhx(also nl11, nl29, nl15, nl5, nl1, nl21 and nl16 in the address link for the other affected areas)

NOVA SCOTIA

Snowfall warning for Colchester County North, Cumberland County North and Cobequid Pass, Inverness County – Mabou and north, Inverness County – south of Mabou, Richmond County, Sydney Metro and Cape Breton County and Victoria County regions

An additional 5 to 10 centimetres (2.0″ to 3.9″) of snow is expected over parts of northwestern Nova Scotia as well as Cape Breton this evening before tapering to flurries or showers.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?ns15#18284139425367173201612110506ww1171cwhx(also ns14, ns22, ns21, ns20, ns19 and ns23 in the address link for the othet affected areas)

Freezing rain warning for Annapolis County, Hants County and Kings County regions

 

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?ns8#21247746780849457201612130506ww1171cwhx(also ns10 and ns9 in the address link for the other affected areas)

NUNAVUT

Extreme Cold Warning for Kugaaruk region

Strengthening winds this evening combined with very cold temperatures will cause extreme wind chill values near -55 C (-67 F) overnight tonight.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nu10#153010113212933822201612120501ww1474cwnt

Blizzard warning for Chesterfield Inlet and Rankin Region including Whale Cove regions

Poor visibility occasionally near zero.

A developing low pressure system over western Hudson Bay will cause a blizzard to develop this evening at Chesterfield Inlet, Rankin Inlet, and Whale Cove. Increasing northeasterly winds to 60 gusting 80 km/h (37.3 to 49.7 mph) will produce very poor visibilities in snow and blowing snow into Tuesday. Gusts exceeding 90 km/h (55.9 mph) are possible on Tuesday as well.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nu24#943218191243523475201612120501ww1373cwnt(also nu1 in the address link for the Rankin Region warning)

ONTARIO

Extreme Cold Warning forFort Severn region

Bitterly cold arctic air is expected wrap around the southwestern shores of Hudson Bay tonight. Temperatures in the low minus thirties combined with west winds of 10 to 20 km/h (6.2 to 12.4 mph) are expected to produce windchill values near minus 45 C (-49 F) or colder. These conditions are expected to persist into Wednesday.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?on54#1516429981742798291201612120503ww1373cwto

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Snowfall warnings continue with amounts to 10 cm (3.9″).

QUEBEC

Snowfall warning for Amqui area, Matapédia area, Baie-Comeau, Lac-Etchemin area, Saint-Georges-de-Beauce area, Sainte-Marie-de-Beauce area, Brome-Missisquoi area, Coaticook area, Cookshire area, Granby – Waterloo area, Lac-Mégantic area, Mont-Orford – Lake Memphrémagog area, Richmond area, Sherbrooke area, Thetford Mines area, Weedon area, , Forillon National Park – Gaspé area, Percé area, Grande-Rivière – Cascapédia area, Mont-Albert area, Murdochville area, Kamouraska area, Pohénégamook area, Rivière-du-Loup area, Trois-Pistoles area, Matane, Montmagny – Saint-Jean-Port-Joli area, Saint-Fabien – Saint-Pamphile area, Chandler area, New Carlisle – Port-Daniel area, New-Richmond – Bonaventure area, Restigouche – Carleton area, Le Bic – Rimouski area, Mont-Joli area, Rimouski Wildlife Reserve area, Grande-Vallée area, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts area, Baie-Trinité area and Témiscouata regions

A total of 15 to 25 centimetres (5.9″ to 9.8″) of snow is expected until midday Tuesday.

Another 5 cm (2.0″) of snow is expected over the Eastern Townships and Beauce areas; the snow will taper off this evening.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?qc31#195233070522940303201612110504ww1070cwul(also qc40, qc44, qu43, qc38, qc34, qc28, qc32, qc48, qc36, qc35, qc30, qc33, qc23 and qc29 in the address link for the other affected areas)

SASKATCHEWAN

Extreme Cold Warning for Wollaston Lake – Collins Bay region

Wind chill values near -45 C (-49 F) tonight. Temperatures near -45 C through Tuesday and into Wednesday morning.

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?sk29#213106806212933822201612120501ww1474cwwg

http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html

Thanks to Terry Homeniuk for these links


5 thoughts on “No global warming in Canada”

  1. Okay, so it’s “slightly” cooler than normal in Canada right now (Computer Climate Models have already “proven” that the chances are “likely” that as soon as tomorrow the Temperatures in Canada could increase by as much as 75° degrees because of Global Warming, We will know more in…, 7hrs amd 15 minutes) ! ?

    And, but, what about the Sahara Desert, it’s got to be “warmer” somewhere in the Sahara ?

    Right ???

    And that’s the epitome of Real Global Warming (Including Death Valley too)

    Sincerely yours,

    The Director of the Department of Energy (An Affiliate of the Democratic Election Committee)

  2. Extreme cold warnings continue for the northern portions of several provinces.

    BRITISH COLUMBIA

    Extreme cold warning continues for the Chilcotin region, with wind chills around -40 C (-40 F).

    Arctic outflow warnings continue for the Central Coast – inland sections, North Coast – inland sections and Whistler regions, with wind chills to -25 C (-13 F).

    4:07 PM PST Tuesday 13 December 2016
    Arctic outflow warning in effect for:

    Fraser Valley – east including Chilliwack and Howe Sound regions

    Strong outflow winds and cold wind chill values are expected or occurring.

    An Arctic ridge of high pressure, well entrenched over the
    B.C. Interior, will continue to generate cold outflow winds through Howe Sound and the Fraser Valley. As temperatures fall tonight, areas exposed to outflow winds will see wind chill values near minus 20 C (-4 F).

    Arctic Outflow conditions are expected to persist through the work week.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?bc40#1838151481257542758201612130502ww1171cwvr (and bc41 in the address link for the Howe Sound warning)

    MANITOBA

    Extreme cold warnings continue for the Brochet, Gillam, Leaf Rapids, Lynn Lake, Pukatawagan and Shamattawa regions, with lows around -30 C (-22 F) bringing wind chills of -45 C to -50 C (-49 F to -58 F).

    7:05 PM CST Tuesday 13 December 2016
    Blizzard warning in effect for:

    Churchill and York regions

    Blizzard conditions with poor visibility in snow and blowing snow are expected or occurring.

    Blizzard conditions at Churchill and York beginning Wednesday morning.

    A strong low pressure system located over Hudson Bay will make its way southeastward tonight. Fresh snow combined with winds of 60 gusting to 80 km/h (37.3 to 49.7 mph) will lead to blizzard conditions starting early Wednesday morning. The blizzard will continue through the day before easing Wednesday evening.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?mb36#1631135371708453671201612130501ww1272cwwg (and mb37 in the address link for the York warning)

    NUNAVUT

    5:19 PM CST Tuesday 13 December 2016
    Blizzard warning in effect for:

    Arviat and Chesterfield Inlet

    Blizzard conditions with poor visibility occasionally near zero in snow and blowing snow are expected or occurring.

    A strong low pressure system over Hudson Bay is creating blizzard conditions at Chesterfield Inlet and will move into Arviat this evening. North to northeasterly winds of 50 gusting to 80 km/h 31.1 to 49.7 mph) will produce near zero visibilities at times.

    At Chesterfield Inlet, visibilities are expected to improve overnight. At Arviat, the blizzard is forecast to continue through the entire day Wednesday before improving Wednesday evening. Elsewhere across Kivalliq, reduced visibilities at times in blowing snow is expected as well tonight and Wednesday, but sustained blizzard conditions are now less likely.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nu3#943218191243523475201612120501ww1373cwnt (and nu24 in the address link for the Chesterfield Inlet warning)

    Blizzard warning for the Sanikiluaq region. No values given.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?nu22#1957505861930369561201612130504ww1575cwul

    ONTARIO

    3:50 PM EST Tuesday 13 December 2016
    Extreme Cold Warning in effect for:

    Big Trout Lake – Kasabonika, Sachigo Lake – Bearskin Lake, Webequie, Fort Severn and Peawanuck regions

    Temperatures in the minus thirties Celsius will combine with moderate winds to produce wind chill values between minus 45 C and minus 50 C (-49 F to -58 F) tonight and Wednesday morning. Conditions will moderate somewhat on Wednesday afternoon, however wind chill values could fall to near minus 45 C again on Wednesday night in some locales.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?on60#1516429981742798291201612120503ww1373cwto (also on12, on54 and on50 in the address link for the other affected areas)

    3:50 PM EST Tuesday 13 December 2016
    Snow squall warning in effect for:

    Agawa – Lake Superior Park and Searchmont – Montreal River Harbour – Batchawana Bay regions

    Snow squalls are expected. Under the snow squall bands, visibilities will be significantly reduced due to the heavy snow combined with blowing snow, and snow will quickly accumulate.

    East to west snow squalls will begin to shift south Wednesday afternoon. Local snow fall amounts of 15 to 25 cm (5.9″ to 9.8″) are likely under the most intense snow squalls tonight and Wednesday.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?on35#145900936236074810201612130503ww1272cwto

    6:14 PM EST Tuesday 13 December 2016
    Snow squall warning in effect for:

    Huntsville – Baysville and Town of Parry Sound – Rosseau – Killbear Park regions

    Snow squalls are expected. Under the snow squall bands, visibilities will be significantly reduced due to the heavy snow combined with blowing snow, and snow will quickly accumulate.

    Snow squalls are coming onshore near Parry Sound and affecting areas inland as far as Highway 11. The most intense snow squall is likely to remain in the vicinity of Parry Sound for much of the night. Local snow fall amounts of 15 cm (5.9″) are likely by Thursday morning.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?on15#231406012236074810201612130503ww1171cwto

    QUEBEC

    Blizzard warnings for the Inukjuak, Kuujjuarapik and Umiujaq regions. No values given.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?qc7#1957505861930369561201612130504ww1575cwul (also qc5 and qc6 in the address link for the other affected areas)

    SASKATCHEWAN

    Extreme cold warnings for the Fond-du-Lac, Stony Rapids and Black Lake, Uranium City – Camsell Portage and Wollaston Lake – Collins Bay regions. No values given.

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?sk30#213106806212933822201612120501ww1474cwwg (also sk31 and sk29 in the address link for the other affected areas).

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html

  3. Snowfall amounts for Quebec. New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island also had snowfall summaries but the highest amount recorded was 26 cm (10.2″).

    QUEBEC
    AWCN10 CWUL
    Weather summary for Quebec updated by Environment Canada at 11:53 a.m. AST Tuesday 13 December 2016.

    Discussion.

    Monday, a low pressure system from the Great Lakes gave significant snowfall amounts to several regions of Quebec while moving towards the east coast. This snowfall led to many travel delays. In addition, blowing snow reduced visibilities over regions more exposed to winds, especially in the Quebec City area, where many traffic accidents were reported.

    The following is a summary of weather event information received by Environment Canada.

    1. Summary of snowfall amounts in centimetres

    Greater Montréal: 15-20 (5.9″ to 7.9″)
    Laurentians: 10-15 (3.9″ to 5.9″)
    Lanaudière: 18-22 (7.1″ to 8.7″)
    Outaouais: 20-22 (7.9″ to 8.7″)
    Montérégie: 15-23 (5.9″ to 9.1″)
    Mauricie: 16-22 (6.3″ to 8.7″)
    Central Québec: 15 (5.9″)
    Eastern Townships: 15-20 (5.9″ to 7.9″)
    Chaudière-Appalaches: 15-20 (5.9″ to 7.9″)
    Quebec City: 13-22 (5.1″ to 8.7″)
    Laurentians Park: 15-25 (5.9″ to 9.8″)
    Charlevoix: 25-35 (9.8″ to 13.7″)
    Eastern Saguenay: 20 (7.9″)
    Lac-Saint-Jean: 20-30 (7.9″ to 11.8″)
    Lower Saint-Lawrence: 15-25 (5.9″ to 9.8″)
    Gaspé: 10-22 (3.9″ to 8.7″)
    Port-Cartier: 30 (11.8″)

    2. Summary of the blowing snow conditions (local time):

    Quebec City: from 07:30 am to 02:00 pm on December 12th
    Saguenay Fjord, Tadoussac, Les Bergeronnes: 12:00 pm to 05:00 pm on December 12th
    North Shore between Baie-Comeau and Baie-Trinité: 1:00 am to 7:00 am on December 13th

    Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

    End/QSPC

    http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/weathersummaries_e.html

  4. so has trudeau and the rest of the rabid warmistas gone to…err
    where IS warm in the nth hem now?
    guess they had to go south hmm oh thats right down sth isnt exactly warm in a lot of spots either.
    whats a warmist to do:-) LoL

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