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    British Columbia Flooding

    AquariusRadar
    By AquariusRadar,

    The catastrophic flooding in British Columbia is the direct result of global warming. While the powerful AR of Oct 24 started the floods by saturating the ground and filling every reservoir, continued heavy rain in November has created a disaster. The warm temperatures disallowed the precipitation to fall as snow and be stored in the snowpack. In previous years, the snow line of the coastal mountains might be as low as 2000 feet. Now the sticking and staying snow line is between 3500 and 4000. Only the highest peaks are storing snow. The run off from all that extra terrain has never been seen before. Like the rest of the Western coast of North America, winter is the time for the heaviest rainfall.    


    11/13-11/14 Clipper

    FAR_Weather
    By FAR_Weather,

    Since this looks to be a better event for many than Veterans Day.


    Veteran's Day Winter Storm Potential

    Tom
    By Tom,

    It's official, we have our 1st winter storm tracking thread of the season!  Who's ready?  Is blocking causing some twists and turns?  Who is going to see snow?  Severe Wx?  High winds?  The long awaited storm is now in our sights and I like the model agreement coming in on the potential for this one to be a powerful system. 

    The 0z Euro was showing wind gusts of 50+ mph in parts of the Plains/Upper MW with a rather large area of snowfall.

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    0z GEFS mean...

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    Isn't it fun to track our 1st storm now that models are in one hour earlier???  Was there someone that suggested this?  It begins....the season has finally arrived!!!

     

     


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