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Old Nov 19th, 2003, 08:28 AM   #111
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Rainy and very warm 61 F Supposed to clear up and drop over the day - sun will be welcome after this dreary stretch.
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Old Nov 19th, 2003, 09:02 AM   #112
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A dark, cloudy morning, and we have already reached our daytime high of minus 4. Temperatures will fall all day long to minus 17 by this evening.

The change in weather pattern to much colder is indeed unfortunate. The Heritage Classic outdoor hockey game this coming Saturday could have used a little more cooperation from the weatherman.

As I watched the early morning Global TV news at 6:00 a.m., it was snowing heavily in Edmonton's city centre, a scant 16 km away from my home. It is a day to dig out the parka and head for the office in an hour or so.

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Old Nov 20th, 2003, 03:03 AM   #113
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Sinc, since your weather most often becomes my weather within a few days, I'll be watching for your posts. Great to live on the same side of the jet stream, eh?
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Old Nov 20th, 2003, 05:49 AM   #114
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LGB, we are being brought good weather from the real other side of the jetstream -- +11C and sunny this afternoon (it is +6C right now here in St.John's). Most unusual.
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This morning looks to be gorgeous.
A strange glowing orb is on the horizon...........UFO .....oh no sorry, the sun.........hadn't seen it in a while got a bit panicky there
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Old Nov 20th, 2003, 08:27 AM   #116
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Macdoc, the way you talk, one would think you were living in St.John's.

Actually, the strangest weather was the 13 days straight period of fairly dense fog. No planes were flying in or out of St.John's during that period of late March back in the early 80's....other than EPA, which was staffed by ex-bush pilots who flew in everything. I love fog, but when the sun came out, everyone just stared skyward at this magnificent sight. Now I see why many civilizations built temples in praise of the sun.
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This morning dawns dark and cold at minus 19 degrees. Thankfully there is only a dusting of snow on the ground, a welcome sight after shovelling the 30 cm we got yesterday. Traffic was a nightmare yesterday. I never can understand why drivers forget how to drive on the first real snowfall of the season. They travel much too fast and don't allow enough space between vehicles. As we move towards the first ever NHL outdoor hockey game on Saturday, it seems they will play in minus 10 temperatures or so. My windshield wipers kept freezing up yesterday. I must install winter wipers today lest I forget before the next snow.

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It's a nice balmy 10 degrees c outside right now in Toronto,
I can see a few flies buzzing around in our front yard
garden, I hope it's nice on Saturday...Time to finish cleaning
the eavestroughs.

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The day closes dark and cold...-10 and dropping. Keep me warned, Sinc. You are more reliable than Environment Canada; their prediction for Wednesday last was a high of
-2 and a low of +4. Go figure.
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LGBaker, it is currently minus 23 here. Feels quite cold. The wind is from the northwest and thankfully only about 10 km or so. Any faster and we would be VERY cold.

Tomorrow predicted to be a high of only minus 18. We shall see if that is the case. I will be back to report in about 10 hours.

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