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Good morning,

We have -3.1C this morning, the high should be around 13C this afternoon. It should be a sunny day.

Temperatures in the Territory are between -4 and +6 at 5:00.

Cold is coming back in Arctic with -12C this morning in Nunavut.

Have a good one !

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Good morning everybody,

Not so cold this morning as the days before with low of 0.4C.

I just want to share with you this morning an outlook of the upcoming winter here in south Yukon: it should be colder and drier than the normals:

ECMWF (new update, thank you Brett Anderson):

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Environment Canada (Oct-Dec 2011):

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NCEP:

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It looks like that my neighbors from Alaska will also get a freezing cold winter !

Have a good day

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forecast here for this week is supposedly warm and sunny too with highs 25oC by Thursday however shock this morning with a bit of wet snow mixed in with the rain - lots of snow on the mountains now and snow level down to about 5500ft, just about 1000 ft above the town....quite a shock...hurry up sunny weather

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Hello everybody,

Low of 7.4C with wind blowing from east and overcast conditions.

Temperatures from 1 to 11C in the territory this morning.

This week will be a transition. We will start with wind and mild temperatures and end with cooler temperatures with perhaps our first snowflakes.

Next week should be very interesting uphere !

Have a great one !

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Hello everybody,

Low of 7.4C with wind blowing from east and overcast conditions.

Temperatures from 1 to 11C in the territory this morning.

This week will be a transition. We will start with wind and mild temperatures and end with cooler temperatures with perhaps our first snowflakes.

Next week should be very interesting uphere !

Have a great one !

Jealous!

Still 2 months away from snow here! Hopefully we may get a frost soon :)

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Most of the snow on the south falcing slopes have gone but with temps at -2oC this morning the snow on the north facing isnt going anywhere - wweather has chnaged though - clear blue skies and warmer temps - looks like we could have a week in the 20'S after all. Hard frost this morning though

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Jealous!

Still 2 months away from snow here! Hopefully we may get a frost soon Posted Image

Hi,

We already got 12 days of frost. We may be late compared to last year for the first snow fall and snow accumulation.... Wait & see !

Low of 3.7C, today it should be rainy with a high of 10C.

Temperatures around the territory between 1 and 8C.

About the forecast, cooler temperatures are expected after Friday, with periods of rain, rain and snow showers.

We are definitely on the way to winter.

Have a good day !

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Good morning everybody,

6.1C this morning, wind blowing from south east, it is overcast.

Temperatures ranging from +1 to +8 in the territory, it is still mild for the season.

The change will occur tomorrow with rain, and highs getting colder. No more than 10C for upcoming days.

Here is an update for this winter, I like it :

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I have also added a link to statistics for the Environment Canada official weather station for Whitehorse: Meteowhitehorse click on Arctic Climate Data on the left menu and then Whitehorse Data.

Ciao for now Posted Image !

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The Farmers Almanac is out for Canada and the US

Here is the link to the Canadian - they were pretty spot on last year stating it would be warmer and much snowier in the 2nd half of the season for us here

http://www.farmersal...inter-forecast/

It states that it will be much colder this year and there will be 2 distinctly active storms front - 1 over the great lakes region and the other the pacific with BC and western canada in for a lot more snow than usual

Roger - you could be seeing a lot more snow this year and colder temps

For CM and myself I think we will see much colder weather and more storms

Philippe I predit a frigid winter with less precip

Its just around the corner now - although temps yesterday were 26oC here and at 9am this morning it was 19oC - very very nice

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The Farmers Almanac is out for Canada and the US

Here is the link to the Canadian - they were pretty spot on last year stating it would be warmer and much snowier in the 2nd half of the season for us here

http://www.farmersal...inter-forecast/

It states that it will be much colder this year and there will be 2 distinctly active storms front - 1 over the great lakes region and the other the pacific with BC and western canada in for a lot more snow than usual

Roger - you could be seeing a lot more snow this year and colder temps

For CM and myself I think we will see much colder weather and more storms

Philippe I predit a frigid winter with less precip

Its just around the corner now - although temps yesterday were 26oC here and at 9am this morning it was 19oC - very very nice

Yeah looks like another cold snowy winter ahead..not liking the part saying it will be a very cold/fridgid winter on the prairies.Posted Image
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Philippe I predit a frigid winter with less precip

As ECMWF (see what I posted this morning)!

With a weak to moderate Nina, I totally think it is possible....

However, with no summer, this winter may be harsh, specially if it comes early !

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Hello everybody,

-0.6C actually, low of -2C this night.

It is now overcast, risk of (wet) snow and rain this morning.

Temperatures ranging from -3 et +6 in the territory.

It should be better the following days with a mainly sunny weather, but cooler temperatures: frost in the morning, no more then 10C for the highs.

Ciao for now !

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Thanks to you guys on the canadian updates.

I dont post very often and cant find anything here as good as NW.

Moved to alberta from scotland 6 months ago so first winter comming up.......(thanxs for the almanac i like the cold but ??).

Cheers....... C.........................

Oooh & 30c on the 23rd sept..!! Nice...

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Hi everybody,

-5.6C this morning, temperatures ranging from -9 to +4 in the territory.

A new step to the winter this morning !

The conditions should be partly sunny today with a high of 8C.

About the upcoming week, a mix of sun and clouds with frost every morning and highs of no more than +10.

Have a good day !

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here are three pictures I took yesterday in the Fish Lake area (I did a hike, snow, ice and mud on the trails above 1200m):

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Low of -3.9C, but it may be lower, forecast high of around 8C with sunny conditions.

At 5:00 am, temperatures ranging from -9C in Burwash (perhaps -10 before sunrise) to +4C.

Have a great day !

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Had a really strange weekend with regard to temps..sat it was predicted to reach 27c..but never got above 21c although wall to wall sunshine..yesterday the high was supposed to hit 23c..somehow we reached a staggering 34c even though it was rather cloudy and windy..it was the hottest day i have recorded in the 2 years or so i have been here...what was that all about???

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Had a really strange weekend with regard to temps..sat it was predicted to reach 27c..but never got above 21c although wall to wall sunshine..yesterday the high was supposed to hit 23c..somehow we reached a staggering 34c even though it was rather cloudy and windy..it was the hottest day i have recorded in the 2 years or so i have been here...what was that all about???

How bizarre is that - now I heard someone on the news say it was a classic chinook that brought the warm conditions but not sure if that impacted you guys up there or if it was more local

We had what was forecast - 26oC on Friday, 28oC on Saturday and 24oC on Sunday...looks like cooling down this week but warming up again by the weekend....what a summer/fall

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How bizarre is that - now I heard someone on the news say it was a classic chinook that brought the warm conditions but not sure if that impacted you guys up there or if it was more local

We had what was forecast - 26oC on Friday, 28oC on Saturday and 24oC on Sunday...looks like cooling down this week but warming up again by the weekend....what a summer/fall

Yes was a bizaare few days weather wise..i was driving to Jasper Friday morning..it was 5c in Hinton..10 miles down the road as you came into Jasper national park the temp suddenly jumped all the way to 24c this was at 8.30 in the morning,,must been that chinook you were talking about as the wind was really blowing too.

As for the heat yesterday like i said 34c at 3pm by 5.30pm it had dropped back to 21c..i think must have been a bubble of hot air that flooded the city for few hours from lunchtime to tea time.

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