The closest storm to The Day After Tomorrow as you can get

An unbelievable blizzard is currently raging in the Canadian Arctic, the strongest since at least 2007. Current models have the low deepening to around 935 millibars.

INCREDIBLE that a storm of the magnitude can exist, especially over land.

And, below I've made a completely inaccurate comparison between some fictional movie that you might have seen in the early 2000's and it's is the closest representation of The Day After Tomorrow that will exist in reality.

Current low pressure system over the Canadian Arctic, pressure forecasted to fall to sub 940 mb. 

Current low pressure system over the Canadian Arctic, pressure forecasted to fall to sub 940 mb. 

Currently, Iqaluit, Nunavut has recorded a significant atmospheric pressure drop the past 24 hours, as true bombogenesis has taken place.

Below you'll find a couple pieces of social media I've gathered from around the web, that will give a little bit of an idea of what it's like when you mix heavy snow with 140 km/hr wind gusts.

Click the videos below to play:

Instagram video: By khumbu2015

Bottom Video (CBC As It Happens): By Iqaluit resident Vinnie Karetak 

Hope everyone in our beautiful North is staying safe tonight.

#50shadesofVan