Since my first blog post back late last summer, I've composed one-hundred posts about our quirky weather in (I hope) a fresh and interesting way.
I want to sincerely thank all my avid readers and supporters over the past 9 months. Your support is VERY much appreciated.
Cheers and here's to the next 100!
last week May started off the warmest since at least before the year 2000, and next week there's already rumblings of temperatures that would be more consistent for late June...
Ensembles for next week:
1. Canadian/American 850hpa temperature predictions
Conclusion: Excellent agreement for a next week warming trend.
Patio weather, all around folks.
But just to be sure, it would be a little irresponsible if we didn't check the NAEFS spread (uncertainty) for next week. Almost like getting a second opinion at a doctor...
A Rainy Thursday Ahead
- models indicating abundant rainfall with the associated frontal system (up to 50 mm close to north shore for 24 hr totals by Friday 12pm.
- 20-30 mm for appropriate for YVR
- Below is the Canadian quantitative precipitation forecast through until Friday afternoon
- Falling freezing level to approximately 1600 metres will promote 5-10 cm of fresh powder for the ski hills (if spring skiing is your thing)