Thursday, 1 December 2016

November precipitation

Nov. 30 MORE rain!

This isn't what November is supposed to be like! At least there is water in the frog pond. The snow is just about gone, too.



Nov. 29 – Dodged the freezing rain!

Busses canceled, but Meals on Wheels went on as usual. Ottawa had freezing rain. We in southeastern Ontario just had a wet day.

Nov. 28 - Signs of things to come!


Nov. 24 More: 6.35 cm this a.m., 12.35 cm snow this month!


Nov. 23

Nov. 22 Something on the way!



Nov. 21 ~Worse overnight: 17.78 cm and falling, wind blowing

Snow totals from EC as of 10am: Ottawa 15 Gatineau 12 Vankleek 8 Pembroke 20-30 Renfrew 15-20 Deep River 24 Bancroft 11 Cornwall 10-15
Snowfall totals: 9 a.m. Nov. 21
Ian Black, CBC

Our crews are working as quickly and safely as possible to restore power to over 14,000 customers. Visit our app for up-dated ETRs.
— Hydro One (@HydroOne) November 21, 2016

Nov. 20 A little rain: 5.3 mm, changed to snow by 7:45.




10:00 a.m.

Nov. 19th - we have a warning!

About 4000 without power in Thunder Bay. I was out working in a sweatshirt.

Nov. 16 Some rain: 3.6 mm

Nov. 11th Wicked winds and Hydro outages


Nov. 8 Little rains: 0.58

Nov. 3 Big rains: 7.366 mm 

"Recently obtained data from the Great Lakes Environmental Research Agency has indicated that the average surface water temperature across all five of the Great Lakes is presently at least 3 C above normal for this time of year, and at least 4 C above normal for the lakes surrounding the most densely populated region of Canada."

You can check out the surface temperatures there. 

4 comments:

DUTA said...

You seem to have good knowledge in metereology. One probably must when one lives in a country with extreme weather conditions.

Karen said...

It's my understanding that those warm lakes will be giving us lots of snow during the early part of the winter.
We sure had a LOT of rain overnight. I'm so glad it was warm! Sad for my friend whose basement flooded though.

William Kendall said...

Most of the snow's gone here too.

Ontario Wanderer said...

Meanwhile in Brant County of more southern Ontario I can still hear the occasional Spring Peeper calling. (It is +5 and windy here at 7:30 p.m.)