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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16/07

By: GRANDMANAN , 12:19 PM GMT on December 16, 2007

Nor'easter appears to be on time this morning, snow falling, can still see Ross Island, steady breeze 15-20KPH from NE, temp -6C. Temp forecast to rise for us to have, snow, sleet, freezing rain, then drop in temp back to snow over the next 24HRS. Will be interesting as blizzard conditions forecast for some of the northern parts of the province.

Rob and I into the woodlot yesterday, and still broke through on the trail. Temp has been well below freezing for days, did not get hung up this time around.

The golfer will be looking for festive season to move along, a huge contrast in conditions between here and Myrtle Beach. Temps in the 20's compared to ours wouldn't be difficult to endure.

Kids watching the weather, instructing before getting them up in the morning to insure that school is on and not cancelled.


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3. GRANDMANAN
10:49 PM GMT on December 16, 2007
Evening Gary from the little Rock, now after dark, heavy snow most of the afternoon, sleet after dark, now rain right at the freezing mark. Wind gusting to 90 swinging from NE making it to SE now for the next few hours. A typical quick moving front for sure.
Imagine you will be having the same within the next few hours.

ROB
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2. incogkneetoe
9:21 PM GMT on December 16, 2007
Good Evening Rob

Snowy Trees

I was hoping we would have some nice weather for a couple of days but it looks like that ain't gonna happen.

A winter storm described by Environment Canada as near-crippling is headed for the province. Snow and blowing snow will start overnight, change to ice pellets and freezing rain, then rain through the day. Snow accumulations for the Avalon will be about 10 centimeters. Rainfall could amount to 15 to 20 millimeters in the eastern part of the Province. Wind warnings are in effect for the entire island.

Enjoy whats left of your sunday.

Gary
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1. Bonsai
12:27 PM GMT on December 16, 2007
Still looking for some hourly observations in the "WEEKEND WINTER STORM OBESRVATION BLOG"
Please stop by and log in!! Would like to hear whats going on in the mid-west, east coast and the northeast.
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