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Weather Network predicts ugly winter for Saskatchewan

Prairie dwellers might as well prepare themselves for colder temperatures and more snow.

According to The Weather Network, the chances of another mild winter like last year on the prairies are slim to none. 218 more words

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Colder, snowier-than-normal winter predicted for Windsor-Essex

Want to be ready for winter in Windsor-Essex? Then keep your gloves, shovels, and ice scrapers handy. The Weather Network is predicting colder and snowier conditions than normal for our region in the coming months. 529 more words

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Ready, Set, Go

At HazardCall, we are committed to providing useful information for communities, managers, owners and residents regarding the complex world of weather terminology and notification technology. 330 more words


Heavy rainfall possible for Windsor-Essex

Rain is in store for Windsor-Essex — and potentially a lot of it.

Environment Canada’s weather offices issued a special weather statement for our region… 98 more words

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'Weather' to fly or not?

I love a good pun.

I was not planning to post this soon, but I thought I would ad-lib one off the back of a conversation I had with the flying school earlier which I thought may be of interest to those that have a general interest in flying. 1,082 more words


Seismic Signatures of Tornadoes

Two earth scientists from the University of California at Santa Barbara recently published an article describing the seismograph recorded near the Joplin tornado in 2011.  The seismic data, freely available for research, was recorded by the USArray Transportable Array of over 400 seismometers nationwide. 410 more words


Satellite Image of the Week #46

A weak cold front moved through New Mexico from south to north earlier this week.  Along the leading edge of the cold front, there was a large mass of clouds, with a few showers.  35 more words