Your current weather.

Discussion in 'Weather' started by aggravated farmer, Jan 5, 2015.

  1. I'd like to see what the weather you all are experiencing throughout the year. Tempeture and conditions. Just post what it was like and if there any changes.

    Yesterday morning it was 53F and drizzle. About noon cleared off and windy at 15mph gusting to 30. Temp dropped throughout the day. This morning it was 12F with 10mph wind, felt like 0F. Snow flurries thoroughly the day.
     
  2. Sweepa

    Sweepa Member

    Location:
    Northern Ireland
    10 degrees (50F), mild damp weather, very little snow all winter.
     
  3. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    9.5 deg here, grey n cloudy but not raining, very little wind
     
  4. snap
     
  5. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    it was -7 in Toronto when i rang my aunt a few days ago

    @Blaithin whats it like in alberta ?
     
  6. Blaithin

    Blaithin Member

    Location:
    Alberta, Canada
    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

    -32C right now. Clear skies as the suns coming up though so should be done snowing. Got a couple inches over the weekend.
     
  7. multi power

    multi power Member

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    im thinking im glad its a bit warmer here, even if it is a bit grey
     
  8. Blaithin

    Blaithin Member

    Location:
    Alberta, Canada
    I don't mind this temp as long as you're dressed fine. And don't breathe in deep breaths or your nostrils feel like they're one fire :LOL:
     
  9. we are gonna be getting some clippers i guess. should be interesting.
     
  10. kmo

    kmo Member

    Location:
    E. Wales
    East Wales

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  11. Blaithin

    Blaithin Member

    Location:
    Alberta, Canada
    Good, that usually means we warm up here (y)

    I remember the first year of the "rare" Alberta clipper. I was living in Manitoba and waiting for the school bus at a -60 wind chill. Meanwhile in Alberta my brother had no school because it was 20 above and the school's water line had exploded.... And they were so rare they happened over and over and over again :banghead:

    Unless in Ohio clipper means something else and you just got my hopes up for nada.
     
  12. chaffcutter

    chaffcutter Member

    Location:
    S. Staffs
    OK I give in, what's a clipper in the weather context?
     
  13. Blaithin

    Blaithin Member

    Location:
    Alberta, Canada
    Here a Clipper is when a nice warm front comes in from the south and pushes the air north into the territories where it swings back south and takes out Saskatchewan and Manitoba with frigid temperatures.

    I think a few of them have come out of Alaska too but those are the ones that take out Alberta with cold.
     
  14. Blaithin

    Blaithin Member

    Location:
    Alberta, Canada
  15. Here in the Midwest a clipper is a fast moving front that dumps a ton of snow in a matter of minutes to a couple hours. Usually in between them we have clear skies. Though they blow in with a lot of wind. Quite typical, but dangerous if you are on the road and they ain't salted. Last year we had a foot in a day just on three clippers alone
     
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  16. chaffcutter

    chaffcutter Member

    Location:
    S. Staffs
    @aggravated farmer I'm surprised you consider Ohio to be Midwest? I always thought that would be from Iowa/Missouri/Kansas/Nebraska through the wheat belt?

    Excuse my ignorance, been on five trips to America but not yet made it into the vast ares in the middle of my big map. Did about 2000 miles on each trip but my traced lines hardly register on a country so big!
     
  17. Don't worry about it. We are a Midwestern state, though not in the wheat belt, we are in the corn belt. To be honest I would also put us into the Great Lake states too. It is a matter of opinion and location in Ohio. Western and central Ohio is flat. The rest is hills eastern and southern is on the cusp of Appalachia. We get weather patterns from the plains, gulf, Canada, and once in a great while the Atlantic.
     
  18. Blaithin

    Blaithin Member

    Location:
    Alberta, Canada
  19. Blaithin

    Blaithin Member

    Location:
    Alberta, Canada
    You think it's invigorating being 26 degrees below your average? I'd settle for something a little less drastic :ROFLMAO:
     

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