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Kasia Bodurka Feb 16
Could get some thunderstorms, and there's a risk of hail for highlighted areas today. Moving forward, if you're hoping for sun, you got it. Happy Family Day weekend!
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Peter Vogel 3h
Really nice images from NOAA-18 tonight at 8:10 PM, the last of the NOAA passes for today over . These really are fine images for my ultra-cheap setup.
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Zach |🇨🇦 Feb 15
1/2 Sunday's Weather Update! (Based off of GFS/NAM/GDPS/Euro) More scattered light to steady precipitation, in the form of snow, rain, or a mixture, is possible after midnight tomorrow, potentially continuing past midnight, for Southern BC. Unstable air will...
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Peter Vogel 15h
This first image shows the path and signal from Russian weather satellite METEOR M N2. The other two images show what I was able to pull out of the signal, two gorgeous photos showing southwest BC, Vancouver Island in particular. Mount Rainier, near Seattle is prominent.
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ECCC Weather British Columbia Feb 14
Parts of the southern interior are seeing localized & short lived cells of flurries 🌨️ due to an unstable atmosphere this morning. They should dissipate by this afternoon ⛅.
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Peter Vogel Feb 15
We've had a fair bit of rain here in the area today but most of the heavier rain has been deflected southwards. Sorry about that Seattle area! Here are the late night shots from NOAA-18. Avoiding the .
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Michelle Valancius 18h
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Michelle Valancius Feb 16
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Peter Vogel Feb 14
avoids heavy rain that is presently skirting just south of Seattle. Images from NOAA-15 at 6 PM, along with a composite from NOAAs 15 and 18. No .
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Zach |🇨🇦 Feb 14
Replying to @Zach_wx
3/3 Accumulations for areas affected by the snow will generally range between 1-3 cm, with localized totals up to 3-5 cm, 5-15 cm for the Kootenays + Columbias. NOTE: The snowfall accumulations stated above do NOT go into Sunday, & only account until ~12 am.
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Argo Roads South Peace Feb 14
SNOWFALL WARNING issued for the (). Snow will begin this evening + continue into Saturday (tomorrow). Details: If you must travel, please give yourself extra time, drive to conditions, & expect visibility to be reduced.
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Mindy Feb 14
600 MSL below Portia exit at +2C . Snowing heavily and accumulating on road over ice at Box Canyon and Slippery. A truck lost traction below Great Bear + 1 C +SN. Coq summit -2C icy. Dries out, warmer and windy 0C to +2C N by Larson H to Merritt.
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ECCC Weather British Columbia Feb 14
Taking a road trip this weekend 🚙? Watch out for snow❄️ on mountain highways. Snow is in the forecast, check our Traveller's Route Forecast for details: Remember to check before heading out!
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Ishan Feb 14
Intense hail yesterday in showers around East Vancouver. Massive thunderstorm was lurking over the mountains of Coquitlam. Thunder was heard and torrential downpours.
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Brandon Houck Feb 13
Highway 97 at Link Creek BC covered in snow
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McBride Feb 11
14:23 EnvCanada ended warning
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MunchoLake Feb 11
11:29 EnvCanada ended warning
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LiardRiver Feb 11
06:27 EnvCanada ended warning
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GoodHopeLake Feb 11
04:19 EnvCanada ended warning
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Valemount Feb 10
15:55 EnvCanada issued warning 10 to 15 cm
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