Jan. 30/31 – a bit more snow 5 cm, and a power outage
Jan. 23 – earthquake in Alaska, tsunami warning.
Yesterday we had a storm, rain, snow, hail. All school busses are cancelled for the 2nd day in a row!
Power outages across central Ontario.
We have a big rain storm, with lightning. You can see on the lightning maps.
Jan. 22 – There is a storm coming.
@MIHomeYGK @OttTraffic @cbcallinaday Perth Road, north of #ygk - freezing rain for an hour. Accumulating like crazy. Doing about 60km/hr. Super sketchy. #ontstorm pic.twitter.com/wsc1u1g7qM— Jana J (@StellarJana) January 22, 2018
Jan. 21 – What a mess in B.C.A massive storm went through. You can see from the outage maps that there were tens of thousands who lost power. The winds were funneled up the straight and toppled trees.
It was strong Pacific Storm that slammed onto the coast and brought very strong winds late Saturday night & Sunday morning.— ECCC Weather BC (@ECCCWeatherBC) January 21, 2018
Here is a summary of the sustained wind speeds and gusts.https://t.co/DGoAEW57kr #BCstorm pic.twitter.com/oumEpUBfqD
Latest model runs indicating a threat for freezing rain in Southern ON during Monday evening storm system (Jan. 22). Exact amounts still indeterminate but a general area is beginning to come into consensus. #ONStorm #TOwx pic.twitter.com/y44IMHEIfw— Ontario Weather (@OntarioWx) January 20, 2018
Jan. 19 – quite a mix! Down snowcover.
Jan. 17 – about 14 cm snow cover, a few cm every day.
Jan. 13 – 17.8 mm rain, then 16 cm snow. Snow cover back to 16 cm.
Jan. 12 – major meltdown, very little snow cover remains. Plus, 20 mm RAIN!
Jan. 10 – We're melting! A warm-up and rain. Only 25 cm snow cover today. What a melt.
Jan. 8 - sudden dump of 10 cm!
We've 35 cm of snow cover. It's lovely.
Jan. 5 – darned cold, but not a record!
Unreal. Near the Lower Deck & Marriott Hotel RT @NsUnfiltered: #nsustormcentral update: #halifaxwaterfront #Weatherbomb #nsstorm creds to Ronald Clossley #halifax pic.twitter.com/iZNHYxSKZG— Halifax News & Info (@haligonia) January 5, 2018
They call it a Bombogenesis in Boston.My sister sent me this photo from #Dartmouth. She witnessed the roof get torn off the pale blue house. #NSStorm #halifax #weatherbomb pic.twitter.com/BCu9Ldmen6— Kyle Robertson (@KBRphotos) January 4, 2018
One for the record books; remember this one well pic.twitter.com/9qEPd1A8tD— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) January 4, 2018
Jan. 4th – Unhappily anticipating another Polar Vortex
There is 29 cm of snow cover.The Maritimes, however, are expecting a weather bomb!
Great Lakes Ice Coverage at 22.7% this morning. It was 6% on Dec 27th. #weather pic.twitter.com/4tU83YkOxo— Jeffrey Lowes (@jeffreylowes) January 4, 2018