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Cold temperatures thanks to a weakened polar vortex

Anyone feeling glum about the weather lately should feel free to blame the United States, Russia or both, says Environment Canada’s David Phillips.

Although we are only a few days into the cold snap, Phillips said Saskatoon is already reaching colder afternoon temperatures than last winter, which only saw two days dip below -20 C. 324 more words

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November was a record breaker in Regina

Wondering where winter is?

Wonder no more. It’s on its way.

But first, the good news.

November was the warmest November in Regina since records were kept in 1883, said David Phillips, senior climatologist with Environment and Climate Change Canada. 706 more words

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Calgary basks as summer-like weather stretches into November

Following a year of wacky weather, Calgary may be in store for another round of against-the-grain temperatures in the coming days.

While daytime averages usually clock in around five degrees at this time of year, Calgarians can expect temperatures of 18, 17 and 12 C beginning Tuesday through Thursday — summer-like temperatures in a time usually coloured white. 357 more words

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What lies at the end of the road?

After weeks of deteriorating on-field performances, and dismal spirits off the pitch, supporters finally have something to get the blood pumping with the news that TUFC is (again) on the verge of new ownership. 390 more words

Who Are Your Top Two Choices For Rialto City Council

With Nine people looking for your vote on Tuesday were looking to see who is rising to the top in the minds of our readers. Were not going to list all Nine because a few have been tossed in to make a mess of things. 50 more words


Warm November weather once in decade delight for Windsor

The weather is so unusually beautiful for November we’re not even thinking about winter.

And that says Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips will make winter, when it arrives, seem shorter. 327 more words

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'Warm, warm, warm': Above-average temperatures forecast until mid-November

Golfers around Saskatchewan should be safe in the coming days to book one last round or two for the year, according to an Environment Canada climatologist. 201 more words

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