Archive for the Weather Blog Category


Changes to end October 2017

October has been mild and dry. Not much is expected to change the next several days with warm temperature anomalies expected to stretch across much of Canada and the lower 48 states for the next week: By the middle of next week, the game starts to change as a strong storm begins to develop over […]

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What I am not liking about October!

We gradually switched from a cool, rainy spring and early-summer into a warmer, drier late-summer and early autumn. In and of itself, that wasn’t a big deal in September. But now that we are getting deep into October, we need to step back and take a look at the big picture. At this stage of […]

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To the edge of oblivion, but… Update 3/9/17

3/10/17 Update: An arctic front dropped an inch-plus of snow Friday evening, ready to be blown to smithereens.  3/9/17 Report Winter’s remnant snow pack took yet another hit this week. We didn’t get a ton of rain, but two days of mild temperatures and strong winds ate some more cover away. Around Indian Lake, snow […]

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