Clouds Rolling in Tonight..But more Sun in the Forecast...Oct 9th
- I'll be off for a few days starting tomorrow so enjoy your Thanksgiving! Sunday and Monday look beautiful..
- A nice mix of sun and cirrus to start the day off but an approaching frontal system will continue to push clouds in towards the afternoon for an overcast evening
- Some showers may turn up across the south coast overnight tonight but they will be very scattered and light at best
- Some sun will return for a nice mix tomorrow afternoon but clouds back for Friday
- Saturday is our best chance for showers but then we've got a great looking sunny forecast for Sunday and the holiday Monday
- Temps will remain below seasonal the next few days in the 13-14 range, before recovering to mid teens starting Sunday
Pretty Quiet Across Canada
- Not much in the way of active weather tonight (other than the cold front for the BC coast)
- Frost warnings in place for the Maritimes but most of the country is in for a sunny Fall Day..
The Science of 'Gravity'
- Neil deGrasse Tyson saw 'Gravity,' then spent an entire night tweeting about its scientific inaccuracies..
- Still...a very enjoyable movie I thought - one of my favourite this year! And great if it also starts a scientific conversation for some..
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By 2047, Coldest Years May Be Warmer Than Hottest in Past
- Scientists have calculated that by 2047, for a given geographic area, "the coldest year in the future will be warmer than the hottest year in the past," in a new paper published in the journal Nature.
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Passenger Lands Plane After Pilot Falls Ill
- A real life 'airplane' moment in England..76 year old passenger was guided by instructors on the ground
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