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by Michael1
Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:18 am
Forum: [BC] British Columbia Weather Discussions
Topic: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts
Replies: 2001
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Re: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts

at least it's snowing up Mt washington again
by Michael1
Tue Jan 15, 2019 12:36 pm
Forum: [BC] British Columbia Weather Discussions
Topic: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts
Replies: 2001
Views: 15626

Re: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts

The coldest weather I remember experiencing here on the semiahmoo peninsula is still first week of February 1989, lows were -10 to -13 with strong relentless outflow winds under clear skies for the whole week, but don't remember much snow if any associated with that arctic event. We had a well defi...
by Michael1
Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:58 pm
Forum: [BC] British Columbia Weather Discussions
Topic: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts
Replies: 2001
Views: 15626

Re: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts

Models are starting to indicate that this up coming east coast blast of Arctic air will also spread into all of western Canada and southwest B.C. by late Jan early Feb. time frame, this has been a non Nito approved post. It appears Joe Bastardi agrees, according to his twitter feed. I'm not sure if...
by Michael1
Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:47 pm
Forum: [BC] British Columbia Weather Discussions
Topic: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts
Replies: 2001
Views: 15626

Re: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts

from YCD (nanaimo airport) records: Lowest temperature January 11 (1948-2016) = -10.3°C 1998
by Michael1
Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:38 pm
Forum: [BC] British Columbia Weather Discussions
Topic: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts
Replies: 2001
Views: 15626

Re: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts

SardisBCwxman wrote:
Michael1 wrote:
Forrest Gump wrote:
Brett Anderson's blog site had a Michael make the following comment: :arrow: why does winter perpetually hate the West Coast? It never used to be this way

Ya, I was curious to see the response....
Did you swear at him too.

No, he wasn't a hostile ass, for no reason.
by Michael1
Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:36 pm
Forum: [BC] British Columbia Weather Discussions
Topic: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts
Replies: 2001
Views: 15626

Re: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts

Forrest Gump wrote:
Michael1 wrote:Does anyone know if wetcoast is filling in for Brett Anderson?


Brett Anderson's blog site had a Michael make the following comment: :arrow: why does winter perpetually hate the West Coast? It never used to be this way

Ya, I was curious to see the response....
by Michael1
Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:04 pm
Forum: [BC] British Columbia Weather Discussions
Topic: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts
Replies: 2001
Views: 15626

Re: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts

Does anyone know if wetcoast is filling in for Brett Anderson?
by Michael1
Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:45 pm
Forum: [BC] British Columbia Weather Discussions
Topic: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts
Replies: 2001
Views: 15626

Re: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts

Whats shocking to me is that we haven't even had one arctic outbreak yet, even just a brief one. In previous years, even the bad ones featured at least something by now. Just awful. :cry: Yeah, it reminds me of 1991/92 for those that are old enough to remember. I could not recall a winter so bad in...
by Michael1
Thu Jan 10, 2019 11:59 am
Forum: [BC] British Columbia Weather Discussions
Topic: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts
Replies: 2001
Views: 15626

Re: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts

Brett Anderson at accuweather wasn't helpful, but then again, he always seems to favor the east
by Michael1
Wed Jan 09, 2019 6:04 pm
Forum: [BC] British Columbia Weather Discussions
Topic: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts
Replies: 2001
Views: 15626

Re: January 2019 Current Conditions And Forecasts

:oops: And i totally agree with the earlier posts: We will never usually get really cold when we have a "blocking pattern". Yes that is a good set up for snow and a favourable flow, but it puts too much warmth into the higher latitudes upstream of us. What we really need is a deep arctic l...

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