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How about the hipe of the next weekends very old and snow outbreak, any ideas
Don't know, sadly doesn't really affect me for temp in SW BC so I don't care *cries*.
Snow is possible here with that arctic outbreak.
What outburst the one that just hapened ive been very busy and all over the place so i havent been on for 5 days
none for seattle unless you count over night lows in the 30`s, enjoy it because this is the lowest it will go until next winter!
Looking good for 1-2" of snow here. If that arctic front can slide a little bit further westward, my snow amounts would be higher.
If it slides westward us in the east won't get any cool down at all and will continue to swelter like much of us will be doing tomorrow.
Forecast high here tomorrow is 89.
Supposedly it's supposed to feel like -5 tomorrow morning... so I guess it does affect me a little... but still no snow! :(
Expecting snow in October is like expecting grass to grow in January. It's likely NOT going to happen, in fact, in the last 30+ years I only remember snow falling ONCE in October in our area, and that was in 1991. Oct 28th to be correct, and it snowed throughout the entire lower mainland. Apart from a TINY TINY skiff (not even 1/10th of an inch) that was the last snow we had that season until the following Fall/Winter in 1992/1993. Sad year... Anyway, with El Nino weakening, I personally believe we will have more of an average fall and winter this year, with normal snowfall for our area, which should be about 20-30" this season.
That would be awesome, I hate the years where we barely get any snow :| It makes me want to cry all the time.
On the weatherbug site it's saying that El Nino is getting stronger, I'm confused and befuddled here, is it weakening or getting stronger ? I'm hoping for tons of snow, so that would be a weakening El Nino right ??
The SST anomalies have really been fading, in fact Nino 1+2 have dropped so much they are below neutral now. It's still too early to tell what the outcome will be, however this time next month, we will have a much better idea. At least it's moving in the right direction. I do believe though, that we will have a more normal winter. Also, Environment Canada is calling for a colder than normal fall and winter for west coast BC.
It's calling for below normal Temps and below normal precipitation.
...Snowfall Records Shattered With The First Snowstorm Of The Season… A new snowfall record was set for the month of October, when 13.8 incheswas observed at the National Weather Service Office at North PlatteRegional Airport. The old record occurred way back on October 29th and30th 1896, when 13.0 inches was observed
Snowfall Location County
17.0 8 WNW North Platte Lincoln
16.0 6 NNE North Platte Lincoln
15.0 North Platte - Third and Maple Street Lincoln
15.0 North Platte Lincoln