Oct. 29 – Rain!
Oct.28 – 4.5 cm snow
Oct. 26 - It's a cold one: 2 C.!Something is on the way!
Oct. 21 – 45 mm over two days!
Oct. 20 rain, rain, rain!
Map from the NWS WPC showing expected precipitation totals over next 3 days in inches. St. Lawrence river valley in the bulls' eye. #onstorm pic.twitter.com/kDfViw6jvk— Andy Costa (@AndyBlizzard87) October 19, 2016
Oct. 16th – Thunder and lightning and pouring rain!
A line of rain with potential for some embedded lightning will track across the region today bringing light to heavy rainfall. pic.twitter.com/N9p7FD9SLI— Ontario Weather (@ont_weather) October 16, 2016
Oct. 14th – That was a cold night!
Oct. 13th - a gentle rain falls here! Only 1 mm (0.04")
#Bermuda is getting slammed this morning by Hurricane #Nicole. (🎥: Andrea Pearson) pic.twitter.com/9dMZZpx4M9— Zach Sharpe (@StormchaserZach) October 13, 2016
Sadly, hurricane Nicole is up to no good. Haiti and the Canadian maritimes are still digging out. Now, issues out west!
Over 2,500 w/o power in #Victoria, w/ 650+ outages in Lower Mainland/Sunshine Coast. Worst has yet to come. #BCStorm https://t.co/PEW61Es0lO pic.twitter.com/lJgiHfkm3V— The Weather Network (@weathernetwork) October 13, 2016
Here's the view of the construction work happening in Terra Nova as crews try to reopen the TCH for 4pm today #cbcnl pic.twitter.com/7De7q1rsMz— Jeremy Eaton (@Jeremy_Eaton) October 12, 2016
Oct. 11th - Hurricane Matthew, now a cyclone, ravaged the Maritimes!
Total #rainfall in the maritimes. Some stations over 130mm! All-time 1-day record rainfall for Fredericton! #ATLstorm pic.twitter.com/xv2Y5esuxk— Patrick Duplessis (@Pat_wx) October 1, 2015
Conditions hampering restoration in Sydney + other parts NS. Poles & signs under water in area. Report outages/damage at 1-877-428-6004. pic.twitter.com/W1gs8DwRg8— Nova Scotia Power (@nspowerinc) October 11, 2016
Matthew, the hurricane, has been devastating. Today, Sunday, it has reduced in power. Hundreds dead in Haiti, millions of people evacuated in Florida.
Storm surges (water pushed by the hurricane –NHC, think of the water in a bathtub as you move about), are the next danger. The high tides are horrible.
After making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane in South Carolina on Saturday, the National Hurricane Center said Matthew was no longer a hurricane early Sunday and is now considered a post-tropical cyclone. Maximum sustained winds of 75 mph (120 kph) -- the same as a Category 1 hurricane, forecasters said. (CNN)
Hurricane Matthew left a tableau of devastation across southern Haiti, destroying houses, leaving villages under several feet of water and killing more than 800 people, according to a count by Reuters.
CNN tracked the storm. These are satellite images from screen captures.
Oct. 6th Fascinating watching the continent. Snow out west.
Oct. 5th - still following Matthew
Discussion regarding #Matthew "hitting" #Ottawa = crazy. It could pass us, but would be waaay below hurricane strength: a tad windy, rainy. pic.twitter.com/NFDhjObd8Z— Kyle Smith (@KylesWeather) October 4, 2016
Oct. 4th – they battle hurricane Matthew to the south
The US National Hurricane Center has amazing information. Sadly, they are talking about a metre of rain falling in these vulnerable areas, much flooding and displaced humans.
Oct. 1st - Rain!
Showers and thunderstorms today and tomorrow as an upper low moves through S. Ontario. pic.twitter.com/PNFU72KA5B— Andy Costa (@AndyBlizzard87) October 1, 2016