Mon. Nov 19th, 2018

Flurries in Port Alberni – Weekend looking better and better

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

    Forecast Issued 4:00 PM PST Sunday 18 November 2018 - Sunday night: Clear. Fog patches developing overnight. Low zero. Monday: Sunny. Fog patches dissipating in the morning. High 10. UV index 1 or low. Monday night: Clear. Increasing cloudiness overnight. Low zero. Tuesday: Cloudy. High 8. Tuesday night: Periods of rain. Low plus 4. Wednesday: Rain. High 8. Wednesday night: Showers. Low plus 5. Thursday: Rain. High 9. Thursday night: Rain. Low plus 4. Friday: Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. High 8. Friday night: Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Low plus 4. Saturday: Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. High 8.

  • Current Conditions
    Temperature
    1.8° C
    0.2 ° C/hr
    Barometer
    102.23 kPa
    0.0
    Wind
    ENE 0.2 km/h
    gusting 3.2 km/h
    Humidity
    98 %
    Rain Rate
    0.0 mm/hr
    Wind Chill
    1.8° C
    Heat Index
    1.8° C
    Dewpoint
    1.5° C
    UV
    0.0
    Solar
    0 W/m2
    Last Updated: 21:55:00 PDT
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  • Day Almanac
    Day's Rain
    0.0 mm
    Day ET
    0.0 mm mm
    Rain Storm
    NotAvailable mm
    Civil Rise
    06:58
    Moon Phase
    Waxing gibbous (82% full)
    Civil Set
    17:10
    Day Length
    12:04:26
    Day High
    4.9° C @ 15:31 Tdy.
    Day Low
    0.5° C @ 00:00 Tdy.
    Day High Rain Rate
    0.0mm/hr00:00
    Day High Barometer
    102.56 kPa @ 00:00 Tdy.
    Day Low Barometer
    102.15 kPa @ 18:14 Tdy.
    Day Low Windchill
    -1.4° C @ 07:48 Tdy.
    Day High Heat Index
    4.9° C @ 15:31 Tdy.
    Day High Wind Gust
    S 4.8km/h @ 18:05 Tdy.
    Day High Solar Radiation
    234W/m2 @ 15:11 Tdy.
    Day High UV Index
    0.7 @ 11:31 Tdy.

Today won’t be bad at all. In fact right now I see it is lightly snowing. It’s quite prety with the sun poking through the clouds.

The weekend is really looking nice. Temperatures up to 14C and sun. Lets hope that forecast holds. It’s not quite the crazy weather they’re getting back east, but at least it’s a tad above normal (11C is normal) for us.

Summer in March peaks in U.S. and Canada; record late snow in Oregon

Pellston, MI: record high broken by 32°F
Pellston, Michigan in the Northern Lower Peninsula is called “Michigan’s Icebox”, since it frequently records the coldest temperatures in the state, and in the entire nation. But the past five days, Pellston has set five consecutive records for hottest March day. Yesterday’s 85° reading broke the previous record for the date (53° in 2007) by a ridiculous 32°, and was an absurd 48°F above average.

Multiple Canadian cites break all-time April records for warmth in March
Not only was yesterday the warmest March day in recorded history for many of Canada’s major cities, it was also warmer than any April day at many locations. St. John, New Brunswick hit 25.4°C (78°F.) Not only did this crush the record high for March (previous record: 17.5°C), it is well above any temperature ever measured in April (extreme April temperature on record: 22.8°C.) Halifax, Nova Scotia hit 25.8°C yesterday, beating their all-time March record of 25.6°, and their all-time April record of 26.3°C, set on April 30, 2004. Other major cities in Canada that set all-time warmest March records yesterday included Ottawa (27.4°C), Montreal (25.8°C), Windsor (27.8°C), Hamilton (25.6°C), London (26.4°C), and Fredericton (27.1°C).

Warmer in Chicago Than July 4th with a String of Record Highs

Chicago has set eighth record highs in a row with temperatures climbing above-normal for July 4th on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The high soared to 85 degrees on Tuesday, March 20, 2012, and 87 degrees on Wednesday, March 21, 2012, shattering previous records for the date. The normal high for this time of year in Chicago is 48 degrees, while the normal high on July 4th is 84 degrees.

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