Couple More Summer Days Left.. With Morning Fog...Sept 13th

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  • Mainly clear skies and warm temperatures will continue through Saturday thanks to continued high pressure to our east. Temps will be slightly cooler today with the marine influence back in play.
  • Overnight and morning stratus and fog will continue to move in, that has actually made it's way north from California over the past couple of days
  • Sunday is our transition day: a low pressure system is approaching and while Sunday will start off fair, the air mass over the south coast will become increasingly unstable as the day progresses for the risk of afternoon thunderstorms, evening showers and cooler overnight temps
  • Our Summer week will be but a distant memory starting Monday - wetter and cooler weather here to stay for most of next week
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Tropical Storm Gabrielle & The Maritimes
  • Gabrielle is currently located south of Nova Scotia as it continues tracking towards the province today - Its moisture is streaming northward with very heavy rainfall over the western half of Nova Scotia & PEI. Already upwards of 60 mm has been reported for some areas with more bursts of heavy rain to come right through to tonight
  • Rainfall warnings remain in place for totals close to 100 mm with rainfall rates of 15 mm/hr that may lead to localized flooding. Winds will be gusty but not the main issue.
  • The original storm centre will likely be completely merged with the cold front (now over New Brunswick) before reaching Newfoundland
  • Latest warnings: http://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html
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Obama Declares Disaster in Boulder as Flooding Continues
  • More than 300 mm of rain fell across some parts of Boulder,yesterday, causing massive flooding within the city and taking three lives. Flood sirens continue to sound in the city to alert residents of the ongoing danger.
  • Rounds of heavy rain and thunderstorms will persist around Boulder and along the I-25 corridor into Friday morning. Additional rainfall can add to the flooding problems. But the epic deluge is beginning to wind down, as a new system pushes out the stream of tropical moisture that lead to the flooding
  • http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/boulder-colorado-flooding/17681150
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Waterspouts on Lake Michigan Yesterday
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Japan deep sea drilling mission to find origin of quakes

Vancouver Weather

Tuesday

A mix of sun and cloud

20°C

Wednesday

Chance of showers

20°C

Thursday

Chance of showers

17°C

Friday

Chance of showers

20°C

Saturday

A mix of sun and cloud

24°C