Winter weather forecast: What Canadians can expect from coast to coast | Weather News


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It may seem like fall just rolled in, but Canadians should be getting their shovels and parkas out soon as winter is soon on its way (if it hasn’t yet arrived). Here is a look at what Canadians can expect for the upcoming winter months.

READ MORE: Northwest Alberta should prepare for ‘heavy snowfall’ overnight Tuesday

Although some parts of Canada have already been hit with an early blast of snow, the eastern half of the country is experiencing one of the warmest fall seasons on record.

Residents of southern Quebec and Ontario have actually experienced more dry, sunny days over the past two months than over the course of the entire summer.

Meanwhile, the back and forth pattern in the west has brought early season snow followed by record warmth, winds, brush fires then right back to cold and snow. Enough wild weather swings to give even hardy Prairie residents whiplash.

So is this a sign of the winter season ahead? Let’s take a look.
La Nina

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Weather Forecast – Weather Channel Deadliest Earthquakes – #Canadian #Weather #Videos – Todays Weather and News


Natural disasters can be more powerful and destructive than all other forces on the planet. Throughout human history, hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis and other devastating
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Weather That Kills Cell Phone Signals – Todays Weather News


Weather That Kills Cell Phone Signals

It is a known fact that weather conditions can affect the quality of calls you make. Extreme weather conditions have the power to affect your device’s performance. Some of the weather conditions that can adversely affect your signal reception are:

Heat
Extreme temperatures are not good for any cell. Extreme heat can disable your cell from picking up signals properly. The radio waves that make up the cell signals get distributed or often completely lost due to the extreme temperature. Very hot weather can even cause the battery to leak.

Quoting Motorola’s warning here, “A car’s internal temperature can exceed 80 degrees Celsius, and the temperature of a dashboard with direct exposure to the sun can exceed 120 degrees Celsius.”

The statement highlights how dangerous extreme heat is not just to the signals, but also to your cell phone. Make sure you keep it in a proper atmosphere – away from heat, fire read on at Weather News Today
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Saturday, April 8, 2017, 11:21 AM – If you need to fly, there’s a chance you’ll hit a rough spot. It comes with the territory, and airline passengers have to make do once it happens.

But turbulence can range from a few bumps here and there, to vigorous shaking that can injure passengers, like the 2015 Air Canada flight from Shanghai to Toronto, which was forced to divert to Calgary when it encountered turbulence strong enough to send 21 aboard to hospital.

And in a warming world, such turbulence is only going to get worse — more than twice as bad, if climate change continues unchecked.
Those are the findings of a new study, published last week in Advances in Atmospheric Sciences,that looked at how atmospheric turbulence at cruising altitudes was likely to change as CO2 levels rise.

The researchers found that the most severe, and injurious, turbulence was likely to increase the most, an average 149 per cent. However, that’s just the average
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Sherwood Park Weather


Your Local Hourly Weather Forecast for Sherwood Park Alberta Canada

Quick facts
Sherwood Park is a large hamlet in Alberta, Canada within Strathcona County that is recognized as an urban service area.Wikipedia

Population:
68,782 (2015)
Neighborhoods:
SummerwoodClarkdale MeadowsBuckingham Business ParkDavidson CreekClover Bar RanchCharleton HeightsWestboroBroadmoor EstatesRegency ParkMaplewoodMills HavenSherwood HeightsHeritage HillsBrentwoodAkensideLakeland VillageNottinghamLakeland RidgeBroadview ParkMaplegroveFoxhavenHeritage Point
Area:
70.98 km²
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