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    Edmonton Current Conditions


    Observed at: Edmonton City Centre Airport 9:26 AM MDT Monday 18 May 2009
    Condition:
    Light Snow
    Temperature:
    29.8F
    Pressure / Tendency:
    29.53 inches /
    Visibility:
    5 miles
    Humidity:
    69%
    Wind Chill:
    25
    Dew Point:
    20.8F
    Wind Speed:
    E 6 mph
    What the hell.Wind chill in May???? We had 72 yesterday!
    Who's on first?..........

  • #2
    You should see what we have had here in Manchester UK, we have recently had: hail stones, torrential rain, thunder, more rain and to top it all off we had rain most of the day today.

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    • #3
      No Chinook? lol

      We had frost in the east this morning. Third time in a week.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by turbotraker View Post
        You should see what we have had here in Manchester UK, we have recently had: hail stones, torrential rain, thunder, more rain and to top it all off we had rain most of the day today.

        Most people in Canada would live for that after a long cold winter, because it means it is warm .

        Nehal

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        • #5
          Originally posted by canair67 View Post
          Edmonton Current Conditions


          Observed at: Edmonton City Centre Airport 9:26 AM MDT Monday 18 May 2009
          Condition:
          Light Snow
          Temperature:
          29.8F
          Pressure / Tendency:
          29.53 inches /
          Visibility:
          5 miles
          Humidity:
          69%
          Wind Chill:
          25
          Dew Point:
          20.8F
          Wind Speed:
          E 6 mph
          What the hell.Wind chill in May???? We had 72 yesterday!
          Originally posted by C-FMWQ View Post
          Most people in Canada would live for that after a long cold winter, because it means it is warm .

          Nehal
          Very funny. Last month in Denver, rain was a very bad thing because it meant a giant snowstorm was coming. Thankfully.......

          This May in Denver has been very, very nice. Today's high is over 90 degrees! However, last year in May and this April we had the awkard weather you're having. One day would be in the 70s, the next cold & raining, and then a heavy snowstorm was normal. I used to hate that weather, all I can say is that sometimes winter is very stubborn, hopefully June should be very warm.

          Regards,

          Rohan

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ptbodale View Post
            No Chinook? lol

            We had frost in the east this morning. Third time in a week.
            SNOWFALL WARNING: City of Edmonton - St. Albert - Sherwood ParkIssued at 3:13 PM MDT MONDAY 18 MAY 2009

            5 TO 10 CENTIMETRES OF SNOW TONIGHT AND UP TO 20 CENTIMETRES TUESDAY.

            SNOW CONTINUES TO FALL IN THE HINTON AND EDSON REGIONS. SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS OF 15 TO 20 CENTIMETRES HAVE BEEN REPORTED AS OF 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON. SNOW WILL INTENSIFY THROUGH CENTRAL ALBERTA TONIGHT AND TUESDAY AS A PACIFIC DISTURBANCE PUSHES THROUGH THE AREA. THIS SYSTEM WILL BRING A FURTHER 10 TO 25 CENTIMETRES OF SNOW TO MUCH OF CENTRAL ALBERTA ESPECIALLY TO AREAS WEST AND NORTH OF EDMONTON. SNOW WILL TAPER OFF TUESDAY AS THE SYSTEM MOVES OUT OF THE PROVINCE. CLEAR SKIES AND COLD TEMPERATURES ACROSS NORTHERN ALBERTA WILL RESULT IN FROST TONIGHT. TUESDAY NIGHT MAY SEE A REPEAT OF THE FROSTY CONDITIONS AS THE ARCTIC AIRMASS REMAINS ENTRENCHED OVER THE PROVINCE.

            Never mind frost,how's this for a kick in the teeth. I will retire out of this God awful frozen wasteland!!!For you who still use real measurments, this equates to between 8 and 10 inches of this evil white s$#t! Put a knife in me please.
            Who's on first?..........

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