Saturday, June 18, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada - June 18,2011 @ 7:10 AM: +12.3°C / Overcast / Humidity 94% / Wind S 2.4 km/h

Official conditions (via the Western Head* wx station) @ 7:00 AM:
+11.9°C, Humidity 98%,Wind: S 5 km/h
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Last 24 hrs min/max:

Liverpool: low +10.1°C high +25.1°C Max wind: SE 17.1 km/h

Western Head: low +8.1°C high +18.5°C Max wind: SSE 12 km/h

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It was very nice here yesterday with warm temps and lots of sunshine.The
humidex reading was 27.1°C in the afternoon.Clouds began to move in in the
late evening and temps remained very mild until well after midnight.
Rain and thundershowers are expected today,tonight and into
tomorrow.Clearing is expected on Monday and the upcoming week is looking
like it will warm and relatively dry.
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Forecasts for our area issued by Environment Canada :

Land:
(Normals: Max +21C / Min +11C)

Today:Cloudy with sunny periods and 30 percent chance of showers this
morning. Periods of rain beginning near noon. Risk of thundershowers this
afternoon. Amount 5 to 10 mm. Fog patches. Wind becoming southeast 20 km/h
gusting to 40 near noon. High 14 except 19 inland. UV index 7 or high.
Tonight:Periods of rain changing to periods of drizzle or showers near
midnight. Risk of thundershowers. Amount 5 mm. Fog patches. Wind southeast
20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming southwest 20 near midnight. Low 12.
Sunday:Periods of drizzle or showers ending near noon then clearing. Fog
patches dissipating near noon. High 17.
Monday:Sunny. Low 10. High 19.

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Marine:
Strong wind warning in effect.
Wind light increasing to southeast 15 knots this morning and to 20 to
25 early this afternoon. Wind diminishing to southwest 15 late this
evening. Periods of rain beginning this morning and ending late this
evening with a risk of thunderstorms. Fog forming early this morning
and dissipating Sunday evening.

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Today's Weather Trivia:
1951: A freak tornado twisted out of an almost cloudless sky and tore a
gaping hole in the roof of a skating rink at Pense, SK. The twister struck
the centre of the building, wrenching heavy timbers. Only a few drops of
rain fell from the fast-moving storm.
-Excerpt from 'The Canadian Weather Trivia Calendar' by David Phillips.
© Environment Canada


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Sky Events:

Solar Activity:
Solar activity is expected to be low
through the period (18 - 20 June) with a chance for an isolated
M-class flare.
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AURORA ('Northern Lights') WATCH:
Geomagnetic activity is
expected to be at quiet to unsettled levels.
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Next ISS visible sightings:
Saturday, June 18, 2011 Time: 11:03 PM Duration: 2 minutes Maximum
Elevation: 21° Approach: 21° above N Departure: 11° above NE
Sunday, June 19, 2011 Time: 00:32 AM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum Elevation:
25° Approach: 11° above NW Departure: 11° above ENE
Sunday, June 19, 2011 Time: 02:08 AM Duration: 1 minutes Maximum Elevation:
23° Approach: 10° above WNW Departure: 23° above WNW
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Delphinus, the dolphin, glides through the Milky Way on summer evenings.
Tonight it rises not long after sunset and arcs high overhead. Look for it
below the Summer Triangle, which is well up in the east a couple of hours
after darkness falls.

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* The Western Head weather station is the official reporting station for
this area.It is NOT located in Liverpool but is approx 10kms outside of town
and on the seashore.The temperature difference between the town of Liverpool
and the weather station can be quite large,especially in the summer months.

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Friday, June 17, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada - June 17,2011 @ 7:25 AM: +12.5°C / Clear / Humidity 86% / Wind SE 2.4 km/h

Official conditions (via the Western Head* wx station) @ 7:00 AM:
+10.0°C, Humidity 96%,Wind: ESE 10 km/h
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Last 24 hrs min/max:
Liverpool: low +6.8°C high +22.5°C Max wind: NW 13.4 km/h
Western Head: low +7.6°C high +17.2°C Max wind: NW 16 km/h
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We finally had a decent day here yesterday.Afternoon highs were warm and the
sky was clear.The sky remained generally clear through the evening and
overnight with mild temps.
Today is expected to again be sunny but unfortunately rain is on the way for
the weekend.
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Forecasts for our area issued by Environment Canada :
Land:
(Normals: Max +21C / Min +11C)
Today:Sunny with cloudy periods. High 14 except 20 inland. UV index 8 or
very high.
Tonight:Cloudy periods. Becoming cloudy overnight. Low 11.
Saturday:Cloudy. Periods of rain beginning in the morning and ending in the
evening then 60 percent chance of showers late in the evening. Risk of
thundershowers in the afternoon. Amount 5 to 10 mm. Fog patches. Wind
becoming southeast 20 km/h gusting to 40 in the morning. High 15.
Sunday:Periods of rain. Low 10. High 18.
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Marine:
Strong wind warning in effect.
Wind light becoming southwest 15 knots near noon then diminishing to
light near midnight. Wind increasing to southeast 15 Saturday
morning and to 20 to 25 near noon Saturday. Wind diminishing to
southwest 15 Saturday evening. Periods of rain beginning Saturday
morning with a risk of thunderstorms. Fog forming this evening.
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Today's Weather Trivia:
2005: High winds, intense rains, lightning strikes, and tornadoes tore
through southeastern Saskatchewan. At Stoughton, lightning struck an oil
tank and blew it 60 m into the air. At Melville, 100 mm of rain fell in 40
minutes, flooding streets and basements. Tornadoes near Maple Creek
destroyed homes and garages, damaged construction trailers and trucks, and
toppled a 120-m-tall crane.
Father's Day
-Excerpt from 'The Canadian Weather Trivia Calendar' by David Phillips.
© Environment Canada

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Sky Events:
Solar Activity:
Solar activity is expected to be low with a chance for M-class events all
three days of the period (17 - 19 June).
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AURORA ('Northern Lights') WATCH:
The geomagnetic field is expected to be at quiet to unsettled conditions
with isolated active periods on day one and two (17 - 18 June).
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Next ISS visible sightings:
Friday, June 17, 2011 Time: 10:18 PM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum Elevation:
35° Approach: 10° above W Departure: 11° above NE
Friday, June 17, 2011 Time: 11:58 PM Duration: 2 minutes Maximum Elevation:
20° Approach: 20° above N Departure: 11° above NE
Saturday, June 18, 2011 Time: 01:36 AM Duration: 4 minutes Maximum
Elevation: 36° Approach: 10° above NW Departure: 24° above ENE
Saturday, June 18, 2011 Time: 03:12 AM Duration: Less than 1 minute Maximum
Elevation: 12° Approach: 10° above WNW Departure: 12° above WNW
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Late spring and early summer are good times to look for Centaurus, the
mythological half-man, half-horse. His head and shoulders are visible from
most of the United States. They stand low in the south about 90 minutes
after sunset.
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* The Western Head weather station is the official reporting station for
this area.It is NOT located in Liverpool but is approx 10kms outside of town
and on the seashore.The temperature difference between the town of Liverpool
and the weather station can be quite large,especially in the summer months.
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Thursday, June 16, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada - June 16,2011 @ 8:15 AM: +10.2°C / Overcast / Humidity 92% / Wind NW 2.4 km/h

Official conditions (via the Western Head* wx station) @ 8:00 AM:
+10.7°C, Humidity 93%,Wind: NW 16 km/h
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Last 24 hrs min/max:

Liverpool: low +9.2°C high +12.6°C Max wind: N 12.2 km/h

Western Head: low +10.1°C high +12.6°C Max wind: N 16 km/h

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It wasn't much of a day here yesterday with temps low for this time of the
year along with clouds and rain.The evening was cloudy and wet.
We may see some clearing today but it's back to fog and rain again tomorrow.
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Forecasts for our area issued by Environment Canada :

Land:
(Normals: Max +21C / Min +11C)

Today:A few showers ending early this morning then clearing. Wind north 20
km/h. High 18. UV index 8 or very high.
Tonight:Clear. Fog patches overnight. Low 9.
Friday:Sunny. Fog patches developing in the afternoon. High 13 except 20
inland.
Saturday:Periods of rain. Low 10. High 14.

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Marine:
Wind northerly 10 to 15 knots diminishing to light this morning then
becoming southwest 10 to 15 Friday afternoon. Fog forming Friday
afternoon.

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Today's Weather Trivia:
1952: The manager of the Red River Exhibition in Winnipeg, MB, pleaded with
the famed sky dancers to refrain from climbing a 40-m pole to perform their
aerial dance. But aerialists Benny and Betty said, "No!" As a 40-km/h wind
swept overhead, a packed house watched the famed aerialists and show-ending
fireworks. The show went on without a hitch.
-Excerpt from 'The Canadian Weather Trivia Calendar' by David Phillips.
© Environment Canada


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Sky Events:

Solar Activity:
Solar activity is expected to be low
with a chance for M-class events all three days of the period (16 - 18
June).
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AURORA ('Northern Lights') WATCH:
The geomagnetic field is
expected to be at mostly quiet levels through day one (16 June) and
the majority of day two (17 June).
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Next ISS visible sightings:
Thursday, June 16, 2011 Time: 09:43 PM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum
Elevation: 88° Approach: 10° above WSW Departure: 11° above ENE
Thursday, June 16, 2011 Time: 11:20 PM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum
Elevation: 25° Approach: 11° above WNW Departure: 10° above NE
Friday, June 17, 2011 Time: 00:56 AM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum Elevation:
22° Approach: 11° above NW Departure: 11° above ENE
Friday, June 17, 2011 Time: 02:32 AM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum Elevation:
59° Approach: 10° above NW Departure: 11° above ESE
Friday, June 17, 2011 Time: 04:08 AM Duration: 2 minutes Maximum Elevation:
18° Approach: 10° above W Departure: 18° above WSW
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Vega is the brightest star of the Summer Triangle, which is in view all
night. Vega is well up in the east-northeast at nightfall. It is the
brightest star in that region of the sky, so it is easy to spot.

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* The Western Head weather station is the official reporting station for
this area.It is NOT located in Liverpool but is approx 10kms outside of town
and on the seashore.The temperature difference between the town of Liverpool
and the weather station can be quite large,especially in the summer months.

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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada - June 15,2011 @ 7:50 AM: +10.0°C / Rain / Humidity 98% / Wind calm km/h

Official conditions (via the Western Head* wx station) @ 7:00 AM:
+10.3°C, Humidity 99%,Wind: NNE 9 km/h
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Last 24 hrs min/max:

Liverpool: low +8.9°C high +11.6°C Max wind: NE 17.1 km/h

Western Head: low +9.0°C high +11.0°C Max wind: NE 19 gust 35 km/h

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Yesterday was another cool,wet and windy day.Temps barely made it in the
seasonal range and rainfall was high with 30mm being measured at the Western
Head station.
More rain is expected today but clearing should begin tomorrow and we are
expecting a couple of fine days before more rain arrives on the weekend.
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Forecasts for our area issued by Environment Canada :

Land:
(Normals: Max +21C / Min +10C)

Rainfall warning in effect.
Today:Rain. Amount 15 mm. Wind northeast 20 km/h. High 13.
Tonight:Rain ending this evening then clearing. Amount 2 mm. Low 8.
Thursday:Sunny. High 21.
Friday:A mix of sun and cloud. Low 9. High 18.

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Marine:
Strong wind warning in effect.
Wind northeast 15 knots increasing to 20 to 25 early this morning
then diminishing to north 15 early this evening. Wind backing to
west 10 to 15 Thursday afternoon. Rain and fog ending this evening.

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Today's Weather Trivia:
1906: In Ontario, several people died during a storm near Springfield and
Inwood. They were killed either by lightning or by wind-whipped debris. An
87-year-old woman near Chatham died from heart failure caused by the
excitement. Just outside Brantford, winds lifted a windmill 15 m and blew it
over a 7-m-high shed, where it landed upright and undamaged.
-Excerpt from 'The Canadian Weather Trivia Calendar' by David Phillips.
© Environment Canada


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Sky Events:

Solar Activity:
Solar activity is expected to be at
low levels with a slight chance for an M-class event all three days
of the forecast period (15 - 17 June).
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AURORA ('Northern Lights') WATCH:
The geomagnetic field is
expected to be at quiet to unsettled levels for day one (15 June),
with a chance for active levels due to continued high speed stream
effects.
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Next ISS visible sightings:
Thursday, June 16, 2011 Time: 00:23 AM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum
Elevation: 21° Approach: 10° above NW Departure: 11° above NE
Thursday, June 16, 2011 Time: 09:46 PM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum
Elevation: 84° Approach: 10° above WSW Departure: 11° above ENE
Thursday, June 16, 2011 Time: 11:23 PM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum
Elevation: 24° Approach: 11° above WNW Departure: 10° above NE
Friday, June 17, 2011 Time: 01:00 AM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum Elevation:
22° Approach: 11° above NW Departure: 10° above ENE
Friday, June 17, 2011 Time: 02:35 AM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum Elevation:
63° Approach: 10° above NW Departure: 11° above ESE
Friday, June 17, 2011 Time: 04:12 AM Duration: 2 minutes Maximum Elevation:
17° Approach: 10° above W Departure: 17° above WSW
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The Moon is full at 3:14 p.m. CDT today. It lines up opposite the Sun, so
sunlight bathes the entire lunar hemisphere that faces Earth. June's full
Moon is known as the Flower, Strawberry, Rose, or Honey Moon.

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* The Western Head weather station is the official reporting station for
this area.It is NOT located in Liverpool but is approx 10kms outside of town
and on the seashore.The temperature difference between the town of Liverpool
and the weather station can be quite large,especially in the summer months.

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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada - June 14,2011 @ 7:25 AM: +9.0°C / Drizzle / Humidity 97% / Wind NE 4.8 km/h

Official conditions (via the Western Head* wx station) @ 7:00 AM:
+9.7°C, Humidity 99%,Wind: NE 19 gust 32 km/h
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Last 24 hrs min/max:

Liverpool: low +7.9°C high +10.9°C Max wind: NE 20.8 km/h

Western Head: low +8.8°C high +11.1°C Max wind: NE 24 gust 40 km/h

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It was a very miserable day here yesterday with rain and cool temps.Today
and tomorrow are expected to see little,if any,chance in conditions We
should begin to see some clearing by Thursday with temps in the normal
range.
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Forecasts for our area issued by Environment Canada :

Land:
(Normals: Max +21C / Min +10C)

Today:Periods of drizzle changing to periods of rain this afternoon. Amount
5 mm. Fog patches dissipating this morning. Wind northeast 20 km/h gusting
to 40. High 13. UV index 3 or moderate.
Tonight:Rain at times heavy. Amount 10 to 20 mm. Fog patches developing this
evening. Wind northeast 20 km/h gusting to 40. Low 9.
Wednesday:Rain at times heavy. Amount 10 to 20 mm. Fog patches dissipating
in the morning. Wind northeast 20 km/h gusting to 40. High 12.
Thursday:A mix of sun and cloud. Low 9. High 21.

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Marine:
Strong wind warning in effect.
Wind northeast 20 knots diminishing to 10 to 15 Wednesday evening.
Chance of showers changing to periods of rain this morning. Risk of
thunderstorms today and tonight. Fog patches.

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Today's Weather Trivia:
2006: In Sydney Mines, NS, bees were so thick they could be scooped up with
a shovel. Driving was treacherous as wipers couldn't remove them from
windshields. Students in 2 local schools were cautioned to keep away from
the swarm. Bees usually swarm during warm, sunny weather, but heavy rain, a
remnant of tropical storm Alberto, caused this swarming. No one reported
being stung.
-Excerpt from 'The Canadian Weather Trivia Calendar' by David Phillips.
© Environment Canada


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Sky Events:

Solar Activity:
Solar activity is expected to be very
low for the next three days (14 - 16 June) with a chance for an
isolated C-class flare.
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AURORA ('Northern Lights') WATCH:
The geomagnetic field is
expected to be at quiet to unsettled levels for day one (14 June)
with a chance for active levels due to continued CH HSS effects.
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Next ISS visible sightings:
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 Time: 10:13 PM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum Elevation:
62° Approach: 10° above SW Departure: 10° above ENE
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 Time: 11:49 PM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum Elevation:
27° Approach: 11° above WNW Departure: 10° above NE
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Time: 01:26 AM Duration: 4 minutes Maximum
Elevation: 20° Approach: 10° above NW Departure: 11° above NE
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Time: 03:01 AM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum
Elevation: 42° Approach: 10° above NW Departure: 10° above E
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Time: 04:37 AM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum
Elevation: 26° Approach: 11° above W Departure: 11° above SSE
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The almost-full Moon is in the southeast at sunset and skitters across the
south during the night. It is just a few degrees behind the "heart" of the
celestial scorpion, the bright orange star Antares. The Moon sets about an
hour before sunrise.

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* The Western Head weather station is the official reporting station for
this area.It is NOT located in Liverpool but is approx 10kms outside of town
and on the seashore.The temperature difference between the town of Liverpool
and the weather station can be quite large,especially in the summer months.

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Monday, June 13, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada - June 13,2011 @ 7:15 AM: +10.0°C / Rain / Humidity 98% / Wind NE 8.5 km/h



Official conditions (via the Western Head* wx station) @ 7:00 AM:
+10.6°C, Humidity 99%,Wind: NE 16 km/h
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Last 24 hrs min/max:

Liverpool: low +9.5°C high +16.5°C Max wind: E 15.9 km/h

Western Head: low +9.3°C high +13.9°C Max wind: E 23 km/h

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Yesterday was cool and cloudy here.Temps held at around 11C for the day with
a short spike to the recorded high of 16.5C.Rain began in the evening and
continued through the overnight hours.More rain is expected today and there
is no chance of clearing until Friday.
Have a great week.
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Forecasts for our area issued by Environment Canada :

Land:
(Normals: Max +21C / Min +10C)

Today:Periods of rain with risk of thunderstorms. Amount 5 mm. Wind
southeast 20 km/h becoming east 30 gusting to 50 this morning. High 11. UV
index 3 or moderate.
Tonight:Periods of rain ending this evening then cloudy with 60 percent
chance of showers or drizzle. Wind northeast 20 km/h gusting to 40. Low 8.
Tuesday:Cloudy. 60 percent chance of showers early in the morning. Periods
of rain beginning in the morning. Amount 10 to 15 mm. Wind northeast 20 km/h
gusting to 40. High 13.
Wednesday:Periods of rain. Low 9. High 12.

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Marine:
Strong wind warning in effect.
Wind easterly 15 to 20 knots backing to northeast 20 to 25 early this
evening. A few showers with a risk of thunderstorms today and
Tuesday afternoon and evening. Fog patches dissipating this
afternoon. Fog patches reforming Tuesday evening.

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Today's Weather Trivia:
2005: Residents near Rockwood, ON, spotted a tornado twisting through the
grey skies. A young girl worried about her horses as she watched the
barnyard shed fly past her window, then saw a tree fold in half and an
aluminum shed float through the air. Later, 3 horses were found in a nearby
field. They had broken through an electrical fence and avoided the airborne
shed.
-Excerpt from 'The Canadian Weather Trivia Calendar' by David Phillips.
© Environment Canada


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Sky Events:

Solar Activity:
Solar activity is expected to very low
during the period (13 - 15 June) with a chance for an isolated
C-class flare.
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AURORA ('Northern Lights') WATCH:
Geomagnetic activity is
expected to be at quiet to unsettled levels during days 1 - 2 (13 -
14 June) with a chance for active levels due CH HSS effects.
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Next ISS visible sightings:
Monday, June 13, 2011 Time: 09:44 PM Duration: 4 minutes Maximum Elevation:
19° Approach: 10° above S Departure: 10° above E
Monday, June 13, 2011 Time: 11:18 PM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum Elevation:
57° Approach: 10° above WSW Departure: 10° above NE
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 Time: 00:55 AM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum Elevation:
21° Approach: 11° above WNW Departure: 10° above NE
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 Time: 02:31 AM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum Elevation:
24° Approach: 11° above NW Departure: 11° above ENE
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 Time: 04:06 AM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum Elevation:
87° Approach: 10° above WNW Departure: 10° above ESE
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Hercules and Ophiuchus stand almost head to head in the east this evening.
Each bears an Arabic name that means "the head." In Hercules, it is Ras
Algethi (head of the kneeler); in Ophiuchus, Ras Alhague, (head of the
serpent charmer).

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* The Western Head weather station is the official reporting station for
this area.It is NOT located in Liverpool but is approx 10kms outside of town
and on the seashore.The temperature difference between the town of Liverpool
and the weather station can be quite large,especially in the summer months.

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Sunday, June 12, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada - June 12,2011 @ 8:30 AM: +12.2°C / Overcast / Humidity 75% / Wind NW 2.4 km/h


Official conditions (via the Western Head* wx station) @ 8:00 AM:
+11.5°C, Humidity 84%,Wind: NW 7 km/h
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Last 24 hrs min/max:
Liverpool: low +9.8°C high +25.5°C Max wind: SW 17.1 km/h
Western Head: low +6.9°C high +17.7°C Max wind: SSW 31 km/h
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It was a pretty nice day here yesterday with lots of sunshine and warm
temps.Temps in town were more than 10° higher than the 'official' temp
reported from Western Head.Clouds began to move into the area in the late
afternoon and the evening was mostly overcast,mild and calm.
We are expecting rain and cloudy conditions for most of this week.
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Forecasts for our area issued by Environment Canada :
Land:
(Normals: Max +20C / Min +10C)
Today:Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Wind becoming southeast 20
km/h this afternoon. High 14 except 17 inland. UV index 3 or moderate.
Tonight:Periods of rain. Risk of thundershowers overnight. Amount 10 mm. Fog
patches developing overnight. Wind east 30 km/h gusting to 50. Low 9.
Monday:Periods of rain. Risk of thundershowers in the morning. Amount 10 mm.
Fog patches. Wind northeast 30 km/h gusting to 50. High 12.
Tuesday:Showers. Low 8. High 12.
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Marine:
Strong wind warning in effect.
Wind light increasing to easterly 20 knots this evening and to 25
overnight. Showers and fog patches beginning late this afternoon
with a risk of thunderstorms.
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Today's Weather Trivia:
1892: For 5 minutes, Thunder Bay, ON, was in an uproar-loose lumber, boxes,
and barrels flying everywhere-as a tornado struck. Winds knocked the
framework for a new hotel 0.5 m out of plumb, tore down signs and awnings,
blew out windows, dashed an old smokestack, and felled transmission poles.
In the 3 churches holding services during the gale, consternation prevailed
in the congregations.
-Excerpt from 'The Canadian Weather Trivia Calendar' by David Phillips.
© Environment Canada

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Sky Events:
Solar Activity:
Solar activity is expected to be very
low through the period (12 - 14 June) with a slight chance for a
C-class flare.
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AURORA ('Northern Lights') WATCH:
Geomagnetic activity is
expected to be at quiet to unsettled levels during days 1 - 3 (12 -
14 June) with a chance for brief active periods due to CH HSS
effects.
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Next ISS visible sightings:
Monday, June 13, 2011 Time: 00:24 AM Duration: 5 minutes Maximum Elevation:
31° Approach: 12° above W Departure: 11° above NE
Monday, June 13, 2011 Time: 03:36 AM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum Elevation:
35° Approach: 10° above NW Departure: 10° above E
Monday, June 13, 2011 Time: 09:44 PM Duration: 4 minutes Maximum Elevation:
19° Approach: 10° above S Departure: 10° above E
Monday, June 13, 2011 Time: 11:18 PM Duration: 6 minutes Maximum Elevation:
57° Approach: 10° above WSW Departure: 10° above NE
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Summer arrives on June 21, the date of the summer solstice, which is the
longest day of the year. But the date of earliest sunrise is about a week
before the solstice, while the latest sunset occurs about a week after the
solstice.
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* The Western Head weather station is the official reporting station for
this area.It is NOT located in Liverpool but is approx 10kms outside of town
and on the seashore.The temperature difference between the town of Liverpool
and the weather station can be quite large,especially in the summer months.
.