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February 15th Storm   Hello All,   Well its been quite a few weeks lately, we've had huge amounts of snow here in New Brunswick, the most I've seen in the 8 years I have lived here. I think in les

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2 hours ago, Konstantinos said:

Hi everyone. In a week i will be in Ontario, so I am wondering, what is the best way to see the 850 and 500 in this region. Something like gfs in Europe?

There is always Environment Canada

https://weather.gc.ca/canada_e.html

or here for N. America

http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/

A quick glance for Ontario in ten days (paywalled)

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On Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 9:42 AM, knocker said:

One of the most impressive Chr istmas Eve temperature anomaly maps I've ever seen at this lead time. Record Warmth.

 

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Who is up for a 600 mile road trip.

Misses will cook turkey and ill experience a range of temps not seen since i Jump out of a plane at 30000 feet

 mikeFds

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12 hours ago, knocker said:

There is always Environment Canada

https://weather.gc.ca/canada_e.html

or here for N. America

http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/

A quick glance for Ontario in ten days (paywalled)

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Thanks, but for me it is difficult to find there, the forecast for the temperature in 850 hPa and 500 hPa.

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January to yield winter's first outbreak of icy air in eastern, central US

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This past November was one of the warmest on record in much of the Central and Eastern states. December is following in the footsteps of November, with temperatures averaging 6 to 12 degrees Fahrenheit above normal in many areas east of the Rockies.

While locked-in cold may still be weeks away, there are signs of more significant and more frequent visits from cold air east of the Rockies in January.

AccuWeather Chief Long-Range Meteorologist Paul Pastelok expects a partial change in the weather pattern to begin shortly after the start of the new year.

"We are not looking at a complete change in the pattern, but rather an easing of the bouts of record-breaking temperatures," Pastelok said.

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/astronomical-winter-begins-solstice-when-will-cold-snow-weather-return/54333620

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Huge West/East split again through the US for christmas week. Record mild down the eastern seaboard and then there is literally a split down the centre of the country, toward the west where a whole list of states could receive a massive snowfall. 

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Headline: While the eastern US basks in another round of record warmth this weekend, the southern plains is under the gun for what could be the most ferocious snowstorms seen in years.

The models are coming into good agreement now with respect to the track and timing of an upper level low set to eject out of the southwest into the southern plains this weekend. As it does, it will fire up a surface low over eastern TX and tap into western Gulf of Mexico moisture. The combination of a deep, moist mid level southeasterly flow with a polar airmass driven down by strong northerly winds will set the stage for a memorable storm on Sunday into Monday.

http://www.wsi.com/blog/massive-plains-storm-this-weekend-blizzard-and-bitter-cold

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On 12/25/2015 at 11:59 AM, knocker said:

A list of a mere 64 cities that tied or set record highs yesterday....doesn't even include ones in the South.

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Wow, some of those records have been broken by 7 or 8 degrees F, incredible.

 

Pete

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Punishing Four-Season Storm Grips U.S. during the Holiday Week, Killing Over 40

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An incredible variety of weather hazards made their presence felt over Christmas weekend across the central U.S., from blizzard to tornado to freezing rain to flash flooding and river floods. More than 40 weather-related deaths have been reported since Wednesday. The multi-day storminess is related to a gradual realignment of the large-scale pattern over North America. A stunningly warm, moist air mass across the eastern and southern U.S.--by some measures the most tropical on record for early winter--is in the process of being displaced by a strong upper-level storm across the West, bringing much more seasonable cold. There’s been so much remarkable weather over the weekend that it’s difficult to summarize in a single blog post, but here are some highlights.

http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/punishing-fourseason-storm-grips-us-during-the-holiday-week-killin

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