R&D Meteorologist at The Weather Network. Stats nerd. Gaga lover =)
Scattered t-showers have begun across Southern Ontario, including outside @weathernetwork studios:
@YASC_online My Summer 2012 pic submission. Don't mind my finger covering up the corner. Don't listen to @daynavettese!
@DerekTheWeather no word of a lie, this is the current state of my living room table right now:
The @weathernetwork 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, @TWN_AM_SHOW asked (jokingly) if all of EC's warnings could fit on one map... what do you think?
Just starting my @weathernetwork night shift, and here's the pile of warnings I'm walking into across the country:
And finally, @weathernetwork'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 @weathernetwork 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 @weathernetwork forecasting desk today, and having a "social media" moment.
Sneak peak of @weathernetwork 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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