Rob Davis

@RobDavis_Wx

R&D Meteorologist at The Weather Network. Stats nerd. Gaga lover =)

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Scattered t-showers have begun across Southern Ontario, including outside studios:

My Summer 2012 pic submission. Don't mind my finger covering up the corner. Don't listen to !

no word of a lie, this is the current state of my living room table right now:

The snowfall forecast map for Southern Ontario/Quebec on Friday:

#PancakeTuesday done right (PS, I have the best sister ever!):

The snowstorm in Southern Ontario has nothin' on Atlantic Canada! Here's a comparison of the paper piles of warnings:

An "unconventional" early morning briefing -- sans power: #TWNblackout

Decision made! Now what to order... suggestions? #TWNblackout

Hmmm, asked (jokingly) if all of EC's warnings could fit on one map... what do you think?

Just starting my night shift, and here's the pile of warnings I'm walking into across the country:

And finally, 's official forecast database. This will be updated again by Wed morning.

Here's what the latest run of the Canadian computer model predicts re: snow squalls... green = 2.5 cm, yellow = 15 cm

Here is one computer model's prediction for snow squall potential in Ontario (SREF model):

The crew, hard at work:

Tomorrow, a warm day is in store for Ontario, Quebec & The Maritimes. Look at all these double-digit temps!:

"Snowstorm" trending along US east coast. Map ( http://www.trendsmap.com ):

Tomorrow in Western Canada: Seasonal temps, but some places will see very dry air! Dew point forecast map:

Working on a forecasting desk today, and having a "social media" moment.

Sneak peak of forecast for Alberta tomorrow!

wow... look at just how big the oil spill currently is in comparison to the Toronto area...

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