Alerts: Weather Summaries

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Typeing3 » Mon Jan 01, 2018 11:59 am

Glacier wrote:Wow, 40 - 50 mm of freezing rain!!! You guys got real weather finally!!!

Everyone except Metro Vancouver. :lol:
East Coquitlam. Elevation 25m(80ft).

Spring/Summer 2018
Last freeze: April 2 (-0.8C)
First 15C: March 11 (17.9C)
First 20C: March 12 (21.4C)
First 25C: April 24 (25.3C)
First 30C: May 13 (30.8C)
Hottest Temp 2018: 31.3C (May 14)

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Glacier » Tue Jan 30, 2018 11:21 am

AWCN11 CWVR 292122
WEATHER SUMMARY
FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA
AT 1:22 P.M. PST MONDAY 29 JANUARY 2018.

DISCUSSION.

A STRONG ATMOSPHERIC RIVER AFFECTED MANY REGIONS ACROSS SOUTHERN BC
WITH SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL AND SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS. MANY REGIONS
ARE STILL EXPERIENCING HEAVY RAIN OR SNOW, BUT THE PRECIPITATION
WILL EASE LATER TODAY OR TONIGHT AS THE SYSTEM MOVES TO THE
SOUTHEAST.

PRELIMINARY SUMMARY OF STORM RAINFALL TOTALS (MM) UP UNTIL 12 PM PST
MONDAY.

METRO VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL: 45.0
VANCOUVER HARBOUR: 66.8
NORTH SHORE: 92.4
PITT MEADOWS: 76.8
COQUITLAM: 84.4
SURREY: 54.6

FRASER VALLEY
ABBOTSFORD INTERNATIONAL: 49.8
AGASSIZ: 43.0

HOWE SOUND
SQUAMISH: 102.1
PORT MELLON: 177.3

VANCOUVER ISLAND
VICTORIA INTERNATIONAL: 49.0
BOWSER FORESTRY SITE: 110.8
COMOX AIRPORT: 52.4
TOFINO AIRPORT: 253.2
PORT ALBERNI: 84.7

PRELIMINARY SUMMARY OF STORM SNOWFALL TOTALS (CM) UP UNTIL 8 AM PST
(9AM MST) MONDAY.

WHISTLER: 25.0
SALMON ARM: 16.0
VERNON: 15.4
KELOWNA: 8.0
PENTICTON: 7.6
PRINCETON: 5.0
REVELSTOKE: 23.0
BLUE RIVER: 23.0
GOLDEN: 11.0

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY MAY CONTAIN PRELIMINARY OR UNOFFICIAL
INFORMATION AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE OR FINAL REPORT.

END/PSPC


From earlier...

AWCN11 CWVR 280124
WEATHER SUMMARY
FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA
AT 5:24 P.M. PST SATURDAY 27 JANUARY 2018.

DISCUSSION.

DISCUSSION: A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVING TOWARDS SOUTHERN BC BROUGHT
SNOW MUCH OF THE SOUTHERN INTERIOR OF BC TODAY. ANOTHER SYSTEM WILL
BRING MORE SNOW ON SUNDAY.

SUMMARY OF SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS IN CM UP TO 5 PM PST SATURDAY.

SALMON ARM: 17
TRAIL: 15
BOSTON BAR/HELLS GATE: 10 TO 15
REVELSTOKE: 13
WARFIELD: 11
NELSON: 6
KAMLOOPS: 5
CRESTON: 5
PENTICTON/VERNON: 4
GOLDEN 4
CRANBROOK: 3

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY MAY CONTAIN PRELIMINARY OR UNOFFICIAL
INFORMATION AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE OR FINAL REPORT.

END/PSPC

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Glacier » Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:55 am

They haven't updated the summaries since the forth, which is weird since Terrace, or example, has had over 50cm. Williams Lake had a record shatting 20cm yesterday alone.

AWCN11 CWVR 050050
WEATHER SUMMARY
FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA
AT 4:50 P.M. PST SUNDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2018.

DISCUSSION.

A WARM FRONT FROM THE PACIFIC ARRIVED IN BC LAST NIGHT AND COMBINED
WITH AN ARCTIC AIR MASS WHICH REFUSED TO BUDGE FROM THE BC INTERIOR.
WIDESPREAD SNOW RESULTED AND UNOFFICIAL STORM TOTALS UP TO 4 PM
TODAY ARE BELOW:

BARRIERE 8 CM
BELLA COOLA 18 CM
BURNS LAKE 10 CM
CLINTON 7 CM
KAMLOOPS 6 CM
NAKUSP 12 CM
ONION LAKE 26 CM
PRINCE GEORGE 8 CM
PUNTZI LAKE 10 CM
QUESNEL 13 CM
SALMON ARM 11 CM
TERRACE 11 CM
WILLIAMS LAKE 16 CM

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SUMMARY MAY CONTAIN PRELIMINARY OR UNOFFICIAL
INFORMATION AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE OR FINAL REPORT.

END/PSPC

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:32 pm

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 2:20 p.m. PST Thursday 8 February 2018.

Discussion.

A series of storms moved across central and northern BC. These
storms brought a prolonged period of snow over North Coast Inland,
Bulkley Valley, Central Interior, and North Columbia.

The following is a summary of weather event information for the last
48 hours received by Environment Canada.

Summary of estimated snowfall in cm:

Terrace: 56
Smithers: 45
Burns Lake: 30 - 66
Vanderhoof: 43
Prince George: 35 - 40
Quesnel: 38
Barkerville: 36
Williams Lake: 28 - 30
Fort St James: 24
Ootsa Lake: 25
Yoho Park: 30 - 40

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:24 am

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 8:12 p.m. PST Thursday 8 February 2018.

Discussion.

Some new record maximum temperatures were set on February 8.

Castlegar
New record 9.2
Old record 7.9 set in 2015
Records began in 1966

Creston
New record 14.6
Old record 12.0 set in 2015
Records began in 1913

Kelowna
New record 9.7
Old record 7.7 set in 1998
Records began in 1969

Merritt
New record 11.9
Old record 9.4 set in 1945
Records began in 1919

Nelson
New record 10.7
Old record 9.4 set in 1924, 1945
Records began in 1904

Osoyoos
New record 13.2
Old record 8.3 set in 1967
Records began in 1955

Penticton
New record 15.2
Old record 11.1 set in 1945
Records began in 1942

Princeton
New record 8.6
Old record 7.5 set in 1998, 2015
Records began in 1937

Summerland
New record 14.0
Old record 10.6 set in 1945
Records began in 1916

Warfield
New record 10.5
Old record 10.0 set in 1945
Records began in 1929

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:37 am

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 10:31 a.m. PST Sunday 18 February 2018.

Discussion.

The following is a preliminary summary of snowfall amounts received
by Environment Canada in southwestern BC.

Snowfall Amounts (cm) Saturday:

Metro Vancouver: zero to 6
Squamish: 6-9
Whistler: 25

Snowfall Amounts (cm) Saturday night:

Metro Vancouver: trace to 15
Greater Victoria: trace
Hope: 10
Chilliwack: 5-10
Abbotsford Airport: 5
Nanaimo: 10-15
Qualicum Beach: 8
Comox: 10-15
Duncan: 3

The following is a preliminary summary of storm total snowfall
amounts for the southern BC Interior from Saturday morning to Sunday
morning.

Snowfall amounts (cm) received by Environment Canada.

Kelowna: 8-10
Penticton: 10
Princeton: 12
Coquihalla Summit: 35-40
Kamloops: 15-25
Salmon Arm: 13
Castlegar: 19-26
Trail: 30
Nelson: 10
Creston: 23
Cranbrook: 14
Nakusp: 15

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Fri Feb 23, 2018 6:25 pm

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 5:49 p.m. PST Friday 23 February 2018.

Discussion.

A cold front swept across the province on Friday bringing heavy snow
to the area. More snow is expected over southern BC tonight as the
low pressure system moves through.

The following is a preliminary summary of snowfall accumulations
received by Environment Canada as of 4 pm PST Friday, February 23.

1. Summary of coastal snowfall in cm:

North Vancouver: 9 - 13
Coquitlam: 8 - 15
West Vancouver: 7 - 10
New Westminster: 10
Port Coquitlam: 10
Surrey: 7 - 9
Vancouver: 8 - 10
Vancouver Airport: 10
Richmond: 7 - 11
Langley: 5 - 7
Abbotsford: 5 - 9

Squamish: 11 - 15
Gibsons: 10
Bella Coola: 9

2. Summary of central interior snowfall in cm:

Prince George: 6 - 8
Williams Lake: 9
Quesnel: 9

3. Summary of southern interior snowfall in cm:

Kamloops: 7

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Sat Feb 24, 2018 11:49 am

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 11:16 a.m. PST Saturday 24 February 2018.

Discussion.

A low pressure system moved across the south coast Friday night into
Saturday morning bringing another round of heavy snow to southern
B.C.

The following is a summary of storm total snowfall accumulations
from Friday to Saturday morning received by Environment & Climate
Change Canada as of 11 am PST Saturday, February 24.

1. Summary of snowfall in cm:

North Vancouver: 25 - 33
Port Moody: 32
Port Coquitlam: 29
Burnaby: 18 - 30
Coquitlam: 20 - 28
Chilliwack: 26
Langley: 26
Maple Ridge: 20 - 26
Surrey: 16 - 25
Abbotsford Airport: 25
Squamish Airport: 24
Pitt Meadows: 19 - 23
Abbotsford: 20
Vancouver: 16 - 20
Delta: 15 - 20
Vancouver Airport: 15
West Vancouver: 15

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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Glacier » Fri Mar 02, 2018 2:28 pm

AWCN11 CWVR

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 1:59 p.m. PST Friday 2 March 2018.

Discussion.

A TROWAL brought heavy snow to parts of Northeast B.C. and the
Bulkley Valley and The Lakes region on Thursday and into Friday
morning.

The following is a summary of snowfall information received by
Environment & Climate Change Canada.

1. Summary of snow accumulation in Bulkley Valley and The Lakes in
cm:

Colleymount Recreational Area: 60
Takysie Lake: 41
Hungry Hill: 17
Decker Lake: 15
Burns Lake: 10

2. Summary of snow accumulation in Northeast B.C. in cm:

Bessborough: 55
Fort St. John: 32
Tumbler Ridge: 30
Chetwynd: 13
Dawson Creek Area: 3-8
Pink Mountain: 5

Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial
information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

End/PSPC


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Re: Alerts: Weather Summaries

Postby Canada Goose » Sat Mar 03, 2018 6:29 pm

Weather summary
for British Columbia
issued by Environment Canada
at 10:50 a.m. PST Saturday 3 March 2018.

Discussion.

A slow moving upper trough gave heavy snow to the southwestern
interior highway passes Friday night.

The following is a summary of weather event information received by
Environment & Climate Change Canada as of 10 am PST Saturday, March
3.

1. Summary of snowfall accumulations in cm:

Highway 3: Hope to Princeton
Hope Slide: 18
Princeton Airport: 13
Allison Pass: 12

Highway 5: Hope to Merritt
Coquihalla Summit: 38
Larson Hill: 15
Nicolum Creek: 11

Okanagan Connector: Merritt to Kelowna
Pennask Summit: 15

Fraser Canyon:
Hells Gate: 12


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