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DarkSky
04-03-2010, 09:07 AM
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AWCN11 CWTO 030531
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ALL OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO AND THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
REGION ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA TORONTO AT 1:29 AM EDT SATURDAY
3 APRIL 2010.

UNSEASONAL WARM SPELL BRINGS RECORD SHATTERING HEAT.
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==WEATHER EVENT DISCUSSION==

TEMPERATURES SOARED INTO THE MID TO HIGH TWENTIES FRIDAY AS
UNSEASONABLY WARM AIR FROM THE SOUTH BLANKETED MOST OF ONTARIO
FROM THE LOWER GREAT LAKES TO WELL NORTH OF TIMMINS. SOME RECORDS
BROKE THEIR PREVIOUS VALUES BY AN IMPRESSIVE MARGIN TOO. FOR
INSTANCE OTTAWA SHATTERED THEIR 1946 RECORD BY 12 DEGREES.

THE NORMAL MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR RANGE FROM
PLUS 11 IN WINDSOR TO PLUS 9 IN TORONTO AND PLUS 7 IN OTTAWA.

MORE RECORDS WILL TUMBLE TODAY AHEAD OF A COLD FRONT THAT WILL SWEEP
THROUGH THE REGION THIS EVENING. THE PASSAGE OF THE COLD FRONT WILL
LOWER MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES A LITTLE ON SUNDAY. BUT THEY ARE STILL
EXPECTED TO BE WELL ABOVE SEASONAL WITH READINGS IN THE UPPER TEENS
OR CLOSE TO 20 DEGREES.

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LOCATION RECORD TEMPERATURE (PREVIOUS RECORD IN BRACKETS)

PEARSON AIRPORT 24.3 (20.6 IN 1967)
ST. CATHARINES 26.4 ESTIMATED (19.0 IN 1994)
HAMILTON AIRPORT 26.6 (25.0 IN 1963)
GODERICH 24.6 (18.2 IN 1999)
WIARTON 26.6 (17.8 IN 1963)
TRENTON 25.2 (18.3 IN 1967)
PETERBOROUGH 25.3 (15.0 IN 2009)
OTTAWA AIRPORT 28.2 (16.7 IN 1946)
PETAWAWA 29.5 (15.0 IN 2009)

PLEASE CONSULT YOUR PUBLIC FORECAST FOR EXPECTED TEMPERATURES OVER
THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

END/OSPC

DarkSky
04-03-2010, 09:08 AM
WOCN11 CWTO 030926
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA ONTARIO REGION.
5:26 AM EDT SATURDAY 3 APRIL 2010.

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT ISSUED FOR..
CITY OF TORONTO
WINDSOR - ESSEX - CHATHAM-KENT
SARNIA - LAMBTON
ELGIN
LONDON - MIDDLESEX
SIMCOE - DELHI - NORFOLK
DUNNVILLE - CALEDONIA - HALDIMAND
OXFORD - BRANT
NIAGARA
CITY OF HAMILTON
HALTON - PEEL
YORK - DURHAM
HURON - PERTH
WATERLOO - WELLINGTON
DUFFERIN - INNISFIL.

MORE RECORD-BREAKING HEAT TODAY...BUT STRONG WINDS THIS EVENING.

ANOTHER BATCH OF TEMPERATURE RECORDS ARE FORECAST TO TUMBLE TODAY ON
THIS FINAL DAY OF THE CURRENT WARM SPELL. A COLD FRONT WILL RACE
TOWARDS SOUTHERN ONTARIO LATER TODAY FROM JUST SOUTHWEST OF THE
GREAT LAKES. A FEW SHOWERS WILL HERALD ITS ARRIVAL IN THE SOUTHWEST
AS WELL AS MUCH STRONGER SOUTHWESTERLY WINDS. A ONE OR TWO HOUR
PERIOD OF QUITE STRONG WINDS ARE LIKELY ALONG THE FRONT WITH GUSTS
IN THE ORDER OF 70 OR 80 KM/H IN MANY AREAS. SOME BRIEF WARNING
CRITERIA WIND GUSTS TO 90 KM/H ARE ALSO POSSIBLE IN THE SOUTHWEST
FROM LAKE ERIE TO SOUTHERN LAKE HURON. A WIND WARNING MAY BE ISSUED
LATER TODAY IF THESE STRONGEST WINDS ARE MORE LIKELY TO MATERIALIZE.

THE WINDS WILL EASE LATER TONIGHT.

LISTEN FOR FURTHER STATEMENTS. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY ALSO BE
FOUND BY CONSULTING THE LATEST PUBLIC FORECAST. THE NEXT PUBLIC
FORECAST WILL BE ISSUED BY 11 AM.

END/OSPC

Derecho
04-03-2010, 12:16 PM
29C in Petawawa?? We hit 25.5C, must not have broken any records.

DarkSky
04-04-2010, 11:19 AM
AWCN11 CWTO 041313
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ALL OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO AND
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA TORONTO
AT 8:42 AM EDT SUNDAY 4 APRIL 2010.

UNSEASONAL WARM SPELL BRINGS RECORD SHATTERING HEAT FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY.
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==WEATHER EVENT DISCUSSION==

TEMPERATURES SOARED INTO THE MID TO HIGH TWENTIES ON FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY AS UNSEASONABLY WARM AIR FROM THE SOUTH BLANKETED MOST OF
ONTARIO FROM THE LOWER GREAT LAKES TO WELL NORTH OF TIMMINS. SOME
RECORDS BROKE THEIR PREVIOUS VALUES BY AN IMPRESSIVE MARGIN. FOR
INSTANCE OTTAWA SHATTERED THEIR 1946 RECORD BY 12 DEGREES ON FRIDAY.

THE NORMAL MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR RANGE FROM
PLUS 11 IN WINDSOR TO PLUS 9 IN TORONTO AND PLUS 7 IN OTTAWA.

A COLD FRONT SWEPT THROUGH ONTARIO SATURDAY EVENING WHICH WILL EASE
THE SPELL OF VERY WARM MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES. HOWEVER, DAYTIME HIGHS
ARE STILL EXPECTED TO BE WELL ABOVE SEASONAL WITH READINGS IN THE
UPPER TEENS OR CLOSE TO 20 DEGREES IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO.

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RECORDS BROKEN ON FRIDAY APRIL 2, 2010
LOCATION RECORD TEMPERATURE (PREVIOUS RECORD IN BRACKETS)

PEARSON AIRPORT 24.3 (20.6 IN 1967)
ST. CATHARINES 26.4 ESTIMATED (19.0 IN 1994)
HAMILTON AIRPORT 26.6 (25.0 IN 1963)
GODERICH 24.6 (18.2 IN 1999)
WIARTON 26.6 (17.8 IN 1963)
TRENTON 25.2 (18.3 IN 1967)
PETERBOROUGH 25.3 (15.0 IN 2009)
OTTAWA AIRPORT 28.2 (16.7 IN 1946)
PETAWAWA 29.5 (15.0 IN 2009)


RECORDS BROKEN ON SATURDAY APRIL 3, 2010
LOCATION RECORD TEMPERATURE (PREVIOUS RECORD IN BRACKETS)

LONDON 24.6 (22.9 IN 1999)
ST. CATHARINES 27.8 (23.2 IN 1981)
HAMILTON AIRPORT 23.5 (26.5 IN 1999)
TORONTO BUTTONVILLE AIRPORT 21.8 (20.4 IN 1999)
TORONTO CITY CENTRE AIRPORT 17.8 (14.2 IN 1981)
WIARTON 27.2 (20.6 IN 1963)
TRENTON 25.6 (20.9 IN 1981)
OTTAWA AIRPORT 28.5 (21.4 IN 1981)


PLEASE CONSULT YOUR PUBLIC FORECAST FOR EXPECTED TEMPERATURES OVER
THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

END/OSPC

Derecho
04-05-2010, 03:18 PM
Quit bragging DarkSky :cool:

DarkSky
04-05-2010, 03:59 PM
Quit bragging DarkSky :cool:

Ottawa was the high :mad: And their OHL team just beat out ours in the playoffs too. BOO OTTAWA!!! :p

Derecho
04-05-2010, 07:13 PM
Ottawa was the high :mad: And their OHL team just beat out ours in the playoffs too. BOO OTTAWA!!! :p

Curse that team from Ottawa and their record high win!!
:rolleyes: