Blue Skies Not Over Yet! Coldest Nights This Season Though..Nov 9th
Last night under clear skies temps dropped down to 1.5 degrees...that gets by as the coldest night of the season so far...and a degree or two colder tonight and again Saturday & Sunday night. Many will continue to wake up to frost on the cars!
- By Sunday..it looks like the day starts off sunny before a Pacific low brings a good round of rain to the south coast that will linger through early next week..as temps recover
- Will take a look at the details for Remembrance Day weather...but it looks like rain should hold off until after 11am at this point. I will be at Victory Square for the show tonight..looking forward to talking to Sunday's organizer.. the day has special meaning for me..as I know it does for so many of us!
Western Canada Chill & Snow
- Snowfall warnings remain in place from southern Alberta through to southern Manitoba for a general 20-30 cm...higher amounts for some though. And a winter storm warning remains in place for parts of Southern ALberta for 40 cm plus blowing snow
- Calgary has already seen 20 cm while Pinch Creek to the south has seen 25 cm....expect another 5-15 cm today...so this storm is still in full swing as it pushes up from the states.
- Lots of reports of accidents, closures ect...will still be a story again tonight. Storm will begin to taper tomorrow morning for Alberta as the bulk of it puhses intp SK & MB
- Frigid temps the other story with this storm: minus 20+ temps today & tomorrow for AB and minus 10+ for SK & MB. And thats before windchills!
Great Pics of New Yorkers Cleaning Up Snow in the early 20th Century!
An incredible eclipse: Nasa shows the view from its solar spacecraft as the Earth blocks its view
- Twice a year, for three weeks near the equinox, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) spacecraft moves into its eclipse season--a brief spell when Earth blocks its view of the sun for a period of time each day.
- For engineers, it is a huge problem, as the lack of light causes one of the key instruments aboard, which usually captures stunning images of the sun, to blur