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Saskatoon weather outlook: big warm up moves in

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Saskatoon weather outlook: big warm up moves in

Story highlights Warm Monday Sunny and warm end to May Clouds return Thursday Rain risk rounds off the week Sunshine and heat return, but how long does it last?Saskatoon ForecastToday2 degrees was where Saskatoon started the day, however we warmed up quite quickly under clear skies and sunshine, bringing us into double digits by 8…

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Coldstream residents fight flooding as Kalamalka Lake continues to rise

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Coldstream residents fight flooding as Kalamalka Lake continues to rise

Some Coldstream, B.C., residents have installed walls of sandbags and pumps in an attempt to protect their properties from the rising water in Kalamalka Lake. The province said the lake rose another 14 mm between Thursday and Friday, and depending on the weather, may peak in the next several days. Based on information from Environment…

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Saskatoon weather outlook: from thunderstorms to cool winds and sun

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Saskatoon weather outlook: from thunderstorms to cool winds and sun

Story highlights Wild weather eases Winds stay strong Chance of showers ahead Eventual warm up Cool winds hampers heating this weekend, despite the sun, but we do eventually warm up!Saskatoon ForecastTodayAfter a wild day of weather with funnel clouds spotted south of Saskatoon and near Humboldt on Thursday as thunderstorms rolled through the region, the…

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Friday’s Okanagan forecast

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Friday’s Okanagan forecast

Friday, May 26, 2017Weather forecast update at 5am:A warm and sunny stretch is in the making for many parts of BC when an upper ridge builds over BC and stalls.Expect temperatures into the upper 20’s and low 30’s by the weekend.The ridge will stay put until at least next Tuesday.Today’s daytime high range: 21 to…

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Evacuated Head of the Lake residents attend closed door meeting

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Evacuated Head of the Lake residents attend closed door meeting

Residents on Evacuation Order in the northern most community on Okanagan Lake near Vernon packed an information session held by the Okanagan Indian Band Thursday night. It was closed to the media, so details of what information was shared are not available. OKIB Councillor Cindy Brewer said Red Cross, RCMP, Emergency Social Services and other…

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Okanagan forecast

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Okanagan forecast

Thursday, May 25, 2017Weather forecast update at 5pm:A warm and sunny stretch is in the making for many parts of BC when an upper ridge builds over BC and stalls.Expect temperatures into the upper 20’s and low 30’s by the weekend.The ridge will stay put until at least next Tuesday.Friday’s daytime high range: 21 to…

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Rainfall causing flooding in parts of Toronto, roads closures in effect

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Rainfall causing flooding in parts of Toronto, roads closures in effect

Commuters making their way in and out of Toronto during the evening rush hour should expect delays as some key downtown arterial roads have been impacted by flooding.Toronto police were forced to close Lake Shore Boulevard West near the Exhibition Grounds as water covered the road Thursday afternoon. However, officers have been gradually reopening the…

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Saskatoon weather outlook: funnel cloud risk as storms roll through

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Saskatoon weather outlook: funnel cloud risk as storms roll through

Story highlights Weather advisory for funnel clouds Thursday storm synopsis Cooler Friday Weekend warm up Weather Advisory for Funnel CloudsEnvironment Canada has issued a weather advisory for the Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Nipawin, Outlook, Moose Jaw, Yorkton, Wynyard and Canora areas for possible funnel clouds Thursday afternoon.This weak rotation is normally not a danger near…

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Weather advisory for funnel clouds issued in Saskatoon, Regina, central Sask.

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Weather advisory for funnel clouds issued in Saskatoon, Regina, central Sask.

Environment Canada has issued a weather advisory for the Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Nipawin, Outlook, Moose Jaw, Yorkton, Wynyard and Canora areas for possible funnel clouds Thursday afternoon.An unstable airmass located within an area of low pressure, combined with localized areas of convergence, will allow for continued thunderstorm development this afternoon, and as these thunderstorms…

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Southern Alberta communities cleaning up after Wednesday wind storm

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Southern Alberta communities cleaning up after Wednesday wind storm

People in communities across southern Alberta are cleaning up after a wind storm whipped through the province on Wednesday, toppling trees and causing power outages.Environment Canada issued a wind warning for Calgary and several surrounding communities just after 4:30 a.m. In it, they warned an intense low pressure system could bring gusts up to 100…

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