Thu. Nov 14th, 2019

Another relatively dry week

  • Vancouver Island Inland Sections Forecast - No watches or warnings in effect.

    Forecast Issued 4:00 PM PST Thursday 14 November 2019 - Thursday night: Rain. Becoming windy overnight. Low 8. Friday: Rain ending in the morning then cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Windy early in the morning. High 11. Friday night: Cloudy. Rain beginning late in the evening. Low 6. Saturday: Rain. High 11. Saturday night: Rain. Low 9. Sunday: Showers. High 15. Sunday night: Cloudy. Low plus 5. Monday: Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. High 9. Monday night: Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Low plus 5. Tuesday: A mix of sun and cloud. High 9. Tuesday night: Clear. Low plus 2. Wednesday: Sunny. High 9.

  • Current Conditions
    Temperature
    8.3° C
    -0.1 ° C/hr
    Barometer
    101.35 kPa
    0.0
    Wind
    N/A 0 km/h
    gusting 0 km/h
    Humidity
    98 %
    Rain Rate
    0.0 mm/hr
    Wind Chill
    8.3° C
    Heat Index
    8.3° C
    Dewpoint
    8.0° C
    UV
    0.0
    Solar
    0 W/m2
    Last Updated: 17:55:00 PST
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  • Today's Almanac
    Rain since Midnight
    0.0 mm
    Continuous Rainfall (< 24hr gap)
    No Qualifying Rainfall mm
    Civil Rise
    06:52
    Moon Phase
    Waning gibbous (93% full)
    Civil Set
    17:14
    Day Length
    12:03:37
    Day High
    9.2° C @ 13:00 Tdy.
    Day Low
    5.9° C @ 07:42 Tdy.
    Day High Rain Rate
    0.0mm/hr00:00
    Day High Barometer
    101.74 kPa @ 00:00 Tdy.
    Day Low Barometer
    101.35 kPa @ 17:14 Tdy.
    Day Low Windchill
    5.2° C @ 04:04 Tdy.
    Day High Heat Index
    9.2° C @ 13:00 Tdy.
    Day High Wind Gust
    S 3km/h @ 13:25 Tdy.
    Day High Solar Radiation
    176W/m2 @ 11:56 Tdy.
    Day High UV Index
    1.0 @ 11:54 Tdy.

We might be in the fog a lot this week. Certainly today and tomorrow will be foggy. Tomorrow (Tuesday) will also feature some rain in the morning.

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But it will again be one of these fronts coming down from the north which generally fly over top of us and focus their precipitation on the West and East coasts of the island. We haven’t had a good southerly flow or anything approaching a “Pineapple Express” for quite some time. The ski hills are noticing this the most.

The good news though is that we are approaching the Winter solstice, and the sunsets are already creeping later. The first day of winter will be Saturday the 21st.

We might see a shot of cold on Thursday morning, but it should quickly retreat and we will be back to similar fog and rain showers through the weekend and approaching Christmas Eve.

Oh, and in other news, Brett Anderson of Accuweather.com and other sources are reporting that November 2013 was the warmest November on record since 1880 as compiled by NASA.

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Raw data here

The Meteorological Fall period of September through November was the 2nd warmest on record.

Happy Monday all!