December 2, 2020

Time Change!

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

    Forecast Issued 05:00 AM PST Wednesday 02 December 2020 - Wednesday: A mix of sun and cloud. Clearing this afternoon. Fog patches dissipating near noon. High plus 4. UV index 1 or low. Wednesday night: Clear. Increasing cloudiness late this evening. Low minus 1. Thursday: Cloudy. 60 percent chance of showers late in the morning and in the afternoon. High plus 4. Thursday night: Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Low plus 4. Friday: A mix of sun and cloud. High 6. Friday night: Cloudy periods. Low plus 3. Saturday: A mix of sun and cloud. High 6. Saturday night: Cloudy periods. Low zero. Sunday: Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. High 7. Sunday night: Periods of rain. Low 7. Monday: Rain. High 9. Monday night: Rain. Low 6. Tuesday: Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. High 9.

Don’t forget to set your clocks forward tonight before you go to bed! We’ll lose a little daylight in the morning, but it’ll be light until 6PM! Woo!

(Don’t be surprised if there are some hiccups with the website tomorrow morning… the software sometimes has issues with the time change and I will be upgrading it to a new version as well as trying to add some new graphs.)

Cheers!

And be Happy you’re not being “Walloped” by a”Massive” storm out East! 50 centimeters in 36 hours! HHHHAAAA! 😀

Edit: Just went to check out the warnings out East… here’s a sample from New Brunswick tonight:

Northern New Brunswick is expected to receive between 20 and 30 centimetres of snow. Moderate to strong northeasterly winds will cause poor visibilities in blowing snow. The northeasterly winds will be stronger in the Bathurst and Chaleur Region and the Acadian Peninsula region giving widespread blowing snow.

In central and most of southern and eastern New Brunswick heavy rain followed by a prolonged period of ice pellets or freezing rain is forecast. The duration of the freezing rain could be as long as 6 to 9 hours. Total ice accumulation could be significant on exposed surfaces..Perhaps up to 25 millimetres.

Along the Fundy coast significant amounts of rain are forecast. Most areas are expected to receive between 40 and 75 millimetres but localized amounts could reach 100 millimetres.

3 thoughts on “Time Change!

  1. Hahah… ok… I would love to be in *one* storm like it, as long as I didn’t have to work and could fly back home once they dug Pearson out again. 🙂

    My relatives are in Niagara. They’ve had 50 centimeters and are looking at 10-20 more tonight!

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