Friday, November 4, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Nova Scotia,#Canada

Quite mild here this morning for November.Had a very nice day yesterday with
temps reaching +15°C on my weather station.
Currently it is +6.8°,mostly overcast,wind is 2.4 km/h,humidity 88%.
Temps are expected to drop later today as rain moves in.....we may see some
wet snow overnight.
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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada

It's a beautiful day for the 1st of November.Temps are currently +11.6°C
(the high was 13.1°C a few hours ago),the sky has some light overcast and
the wind is calm.

Monday, October 31, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada

It's a beautiful day here after the storm of yesterday.Current conditions:
+4.3°C ,wind is 2.4 km/h ,sky is partly clear.
Happy Hallowe'en!

Sunday, October 30, 2011

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada - Storm Update

It appears that the worst of the storm is now over.Things were pretty wild
here this morning and most of the afternoon with some heavy rain,high winds
and flooding in the downtown area of Liverpool from the storm surge at high
tide.There were no reports of significant damage as far as I know and water
levels receded as the tide ebbed.
The max wind speed at my location was 45.2 km/h,temps were near +7°C for
most of the day.
Temps have now dropped to +2.2°C ,winds are gusty but max readings here on
my station are down to 17.1 km/h.
Pics here were 'borrowed' from public postings on Facebook.

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada - Wind and rain warnings remain in effect + new storm surge warning

Queens County
2:17 PM ADT Sunday 30 October 2011
Storm surge warning for
Queens County continued

Elevated coastal water levels and pounding surf are expected tonight.

A low pressure system south of the Maritimes will continue to intensify this
afternoon. The storm will pass along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia late
this afternoon and track towards Newfoundland tonight.

Further rainfall amounts of 25 to 50 millimeters can be expected by this
evening for most of Nova Scotia.

Winds are expected to strengthen throughout the day with coastal gusts
reaching 100 km/h. Easterly wind gusting to 130 km/h are expected to the Lee
of the Cape Breton Highlands.

In addition higher than normal water levels and pounding surf can be
expected along the Atlantic coast this afternoon. Elevated water levels
along the coastlines of Queens Lunenburg and Halifax counties will gradually
diminish early this afternoon. Elevated water levels are also expected
tonight along north facing coastlines of Pictou Antigonish counties
including St Georges bay and Cape Breton.


Queens County
2:17 PM ADT Sunday 30 October 2011
Wind warning for
Queens County continued

Northerly winds gusting to 100 km/h will develop this afternoon and diminish
by evening.

A low pressure system south of the Maritimes will continue to intensify this
afternoon. The storm will pass along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia late
this afternoon and track towards Newfoundland tonight.

Further rainfall amounts of 25 to 50 millimeters can be expected by this
evening for most of Nova Scotia.

Winds are expected to strengthen throughout the day with coastal gusts
reaching 100 km/h. Easterly wind gusting to 130 km/h are expected to the Lee
of the Cape Breton Highlands.

In addition higher than normal water levels and pounding surf can be
expected along the Atlantic coast this afternoon. Elevated water levels
along the coastlines of Queens Lunenburg and Halifax counties will gradually
diminish early this afternoon. Elevated water levels are also expected
tonight along north facing coastlines of Pictou Antigonish counties
including St Georges bay and Cape Breton.


Queens County
2:17 PM ADT Sunday 30 October 2011
Rainfall warning for
Queens County continued

Additional rainfall amounts of 25 to 50 millimeters are expected today.

A low pressure system south of the Maritimes will continue to intensify this
afternoon. The storm will pass along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia late
this afternoon and track towards Newfoundland tonight.

Further rainfall amounts of 25 to 50 millimeters can be expected by this
evening for most of Nova Scotia.

Winds are expected to strengthen throughout the day with coastal gusts
reaching 100 km/h. Easterly wind gusting to 130 km/h are expected to the Lee
of the Cape Breton Highlands.

In addition higher than normal water levels and pounding surf can be
expected along the Atlantic coast this afternoon. Elevated water levels
along the coastlines of Queens Lunenburg and Halifax counties will gradually
diminish early this afternoon. Elevated water levels are also expected
tonight along north facing coastlines of Pictou Antigonish counties
including St Georges bay and Cape Breton.

#Weather in #Liverpool,#Canada - Stormy

Raining hard and wind is quite strong here this morning.Warnings are in
effect.
My station's current data: Temp +6.1°C Wind 26.7 km/h


Queens County
4:52 AM ADT Sunday 30 October 2011
Wind warning for
Queens County continued

Northerly winds gusting to 100 km/h will develop this afternoon and diminish by evening.

A low pressure system just east of Cape Cod is forecast to intensify as it moves towards the Maritimes today. The storm will pass along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia late this afternoon and track towards Newfoundland tonight.

Further rainfall amounts of 40 to 60 millimeters can be expected by this evening for most of Nova Scotia.

Winds are expected to strengthen throughout the day with coastal gusts reaching 100 km/h.

In addition higher than normal water levels and pounding surf can be expected along the western shore this afternoon. Elevated water levels are expected tonight along north facing coastlines of Pictou Antigonish counties including St Georges bay and Cape Breton.


Queens County
4:52 AM ADT Sunday 30 October 2011
Rainfall warning for
Queens County continued

Further rainfall amounts between 40 to 60 millimeters are expected today.

A low pressure system just east of Cape Cod is forecast to intensify as it moves towards the Maritimes today. The storm will pass along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia late this afternoon and track towards Newfoundland tonight.

Further rainfall amounts of 40 to 60 millimeters can be expected by this evening for most of Nova Scotia.

Winds are expected to strengthen throughout the day with coastal gusts reaching 100 km/h.

In addition higher than normal water levels and pounding surf can be expected along the western shore this afternoon. Elevated water levels are expected tonight along north facing coastlines of Pictou Antigonish counties including St Georges bay and Cape Breton.