Feb. 28 – last night it was 10 C. at bedtime!We're amping up into spring, for some reason. The weather has been far too mild for February. There is an ebb and flow to normal seasons. I should be snowshoeing on the wetland, with the critters, well, flora and fauna, asleep safe in the bosom of the snow cover. This just isn't right.
Feb. 25 – sleety rainy stuff on top of hail and wind, lots lost power.
Flooding has been reported in some municipalities in Southwestern Ontario and parts of the Trent-Severn Waterway. Exercise caution when driving in areas where flooding may occur. pic.twitter.com/24DwKIdl3P— 511Ontario (@511Ontario) February 25, 2018
This isn't a normal February! I should be able to use my snowshoes on the wetland, and go for some fie walks. Flooding is pretty bad, too.
|Lots of rain with flooding|
Nearby, Hydro is out!
Feb. 21 – snowcover 6 cm,
This is why Brantford is undergoing evacuations. Water is rising rapidly here. @weathernetwork #onflood pic.twitter.com/DOldVTC7IC— Mark Robinson (@StormhunterTWN) February 21, 2018
|Ontario flood map|
Feb. 20 – up the continent it runs: 18 mm, snowcover 10 cm.
Feb. 19 – 29 cm snowcover
Days of rain ahead, along with rising temperatures, flood risk and even a chance of storms. How it plays out: https://t.co/3MiGda3u9h #onstorm pic.twitter.com/VGDwBocgrn— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) February 19, 2018
Feb. 13 – 3.8 mm of water!
Feb. 11 – freezing rain in the forecast. Snow cover of 29 cm.
Feb. 10 –9 cm
Feb. 9 –here's the prediction!
Feb. 7 –Aye Cap'n, she's gonna blow!
Feb. 4 – 21 cm... it's a big one! 23 cm snow cover, with an icy crust.
Feb. 3 – a skiff of snow, more on the way. Snow cover = 5cm mostly ice.
Feb 1. – It started with excitement
It was such a temperature range, getting up to 1 C.