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TORONTO — One of Canada's most high-profile weather forecasters says the extreme storms that have pummelled parts of the country over the. Edmonton, AB Weather - 14-day Forecast from Theweather.net. Weather data including temperature, wind speed, humidity, snow, pressure, etc. for Edmonton. Long-Range Weather Forecast for Edmonton, AB · Annual Weather Summary November 2021 to October 2022 · Free 2-Month Weather Forecast · Temperature and Precipitation.

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Canada is embracing CONCACAF tradition by playing Mexico in brutal Edmonton weather conditions

The path to qualify for the World Cup out of CONCACAF may not boast the star-studded competitions you see in CONMEBOL (South America) or UEFA (Europe), but it’s never been an easy road. Away teams have to deal with hostile crowds, subpar field conditions and a variety of shenanigans around the team hotel. It’s not uncommon for teams to get awoken by fire alarms or late-night firework displays. Everyone gets involved.

Again, it’s tough. No away team enjoys it. And now, even Canada — CANADA! — is going all in with some peak CONCACAF’ing of its own.

While U.S. Soccer fans have heard plenty in recent months about its youthful and talented roster, Canada is enjoying somewhat of a Golden Generation of its own. Led by Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies, Canada is in a position to qualify for its first World Cup since 1986 (the nation’s only World Cup appearance).

A win on Tuesday against Mexico would go a long way towards putting Canada in position to achieve that goal. And man, the Canadian Soccer Association is doing all it can to make Mexico’s experience up North absolutely miserable. The game will be played in Edmonton at the open-air Commonwealth Stadium, and it’ll look like this:

ICETECA!

Instead of scheduling the game in Vancouver at the indoor BC Place, Canada chose to avoid those comfortable conditions in favor of a literal frozen tundra. Forecasts for Tuesday are calling for about 8 inches of snow and temperatures around 10 degrees Fahrenheit at kickoff. On top of that, Edmonton has about a third of the Mexican-Canadian population compared to Vancouver, Toronto or Montreal. It will be a very pro-Canada crowd — a cold crowd — but that’s sort of the point.

And when you look at the Edmonton selection in the context of Mexico, it’s a pretty phenomenal response to El Tri’s go-to host stadium of Estadio Azteca. Teams are forced to play Mexico at altitude while also dealing with pollution, humidity and 100,000 screaming fans at Azteca. If Mexico can utilize that homefield advantage, good on Canada for returning the favor with what it has at its disposal: Edmonton in freaking November.

Look at them. El Tri looks so miserable and they haven’t even left the bus there. Well played, Canada. Really, well done.

You shouldn’t be surprised if the U.S. chooses host cities like Minneapolis, Salt Lake City or Kansas City for its January, February and March qualifiers either.

It’s the CONCACAF way.

Источник: https://ftw.usatoday.com/2021/11/canada-mexico-edmonton-weather-concacaf-world-cup-qualifying-reaction

'Weather whiplash' ahead as Canada enters winter, Weather Network says

TORONTO — One of Canada’s most high-profile weather forecasters says the extreme storms that have pummelled parts of the country over the past month may be a sign of what lies ahead for the upcoming winter.

Weather Network chief meteorologist Chris Scott says colder water temperatures in the Pacific Ocean are creating what are commonly known as La Niña conditions, which often lead to drastic shifts across southern Canada.

Scott says the result will sometimes feel like “weather whiplash” this winter as temperatures and precipitation levels swing between extremes throughout the season. 

He says British Columbia and the bulk of the Prairie provinces are on tap to see above average precipitation and colder than average temperatures, noting the recent torrential rainstorms that caused widespread flooding in B.C. offer a particularly stark example. 

Forecasts call for above normal precipitation but colder temperatures will result in heavier snow, especially at higher elevations, which will result in an extended ski season in. B.C. 

A snowy winter is expected in the southern half of Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan, while near normal snowfall is forecast elsewhere.

Scott says the battle between seasonal highs and lows will play out most dramatically in Quebec and Ontario, where above average precipitation is expected amid temperatures that skew below normal in northwestern areas and higher than average in more southern regions.

Stormy winter weather followed by extended periods of mild weather will bring lots of snow followed by a mix of snow, ice and rain, especially in southern areas. Winter weather will come early but severe cold won’t persist in the heart of the season.

“While we do anticipate above normal snowfall, I wouldn’t get your hopes up for a great ski season in southern Ontario because there are going to be times when we get decent amounts of snow but then it’s going to be a come-and-go winter where at times it seems that winter just gets wiped away by a blast of warm weather for a few weeks,” Scott said in a telephone interview.

The Atlantic provinces may see more major storms like the one that recently battered Newfoundland and Labrador as well as parts of Nova Scotia, but Scott said this winter is largely expected to bring below normal snowfall and temperatures somewhat above seasonal norms. 

Scott is also predicting above average temperatures for Nunavut, while long-range forecasts for Yukon and the Northwest Territories project overall colder conditions with less precipitation than usual.

“When we get a La Niña weather pattern, we tend to get a very stormy setup with the jetstream across the northern U.S. and southern Canada,” Scott said. “Because we’re on the jetstream, we tend to get a lot of ups and downs in our temperatures. And so we’re going to get this whiplash effect where we kind of swing back and forth throughout the next three months.” 

Scott said the above-average precipitation levels forecast across much of the country don’t necessarily spell bad news for already flood-ravaged areas, noting much of it may turn to snow when truly wintry temperatures set in.

While La Niña patterns are far from novel, Scott said the recent bouts of extreme weather that have washed away key pieces of infrastructure and even led to multiple deaths in British Columbia bear the hallmarks of broader climate change. 

He likened the results of rising global temperatures to a pair of dice that have been subtly weighted to make certain weather events more or less likely. 

“So what happens is you’re rolling the dice, and each die gets weighted just a little bit differently. And so the odds of coming up with a heavy rainfall event or a heat wave are higher than they would have been 50 years ago,” he said. 

“At the same time, the odds of getting severe cold are a bit less. So it’s not that we can’t get certain things or that we do get certain things because of climate change. It all comes down to the odds and the risk.”

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 29, 2021. 

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Источник: http://toronto.citynews.ca/2021/11/29

Edmonton weather: Buckle up, it's going to be a blustery ride

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Cloudy with 60 per cent chance of flurries. Risk of freezing rain this afternoon. Wind up to 15 km/h. High plus 3. Wind chill minus 6 this morning.

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A look at today’s Edmonton weather  by  Environment Canada.

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Winter is coming.

Pull out those parkas and tune-up your snowblower because we are going to be hit by a blast of wintery weather starting Sunday afternoon.

In a special weather statement, Environment Canada warned of wintery weather for central Alberta, including the City of Edmonton, St. Albert and Sherwood Park, through Tuesday.

Periods of off-and-on snow, rain, and freezing rain are in store over the next 24 hours. Snow will begin to fall Monday morning in areas along the foothills and by afternoon it will move into central areas.

5-10 cm of snow is expected for areas near Nordegg and Rocky Mountain House by Monday evening while 2-5 cm can be expected for areas near and southwest of Edmonton. An additional 5-10 cm is likely overnight on Monday for areas near the B.C border such as Hinton and Grande Prairie. Areas southeast through Edmonton and into Saskatchewan can expect a total of 10-15 cm of snow by Tuesday morning.

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Making matters worse winds will increase from the northwest and blowing or drifting snow is likely before winds calm down on Tuesday evening.

Stay safe out on the roads and try to stay close to home if you can.

I guess that amazing fall weather had to end sometime but if I’m honest, I’m also really ready for some snow.

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Today’s forecast

Today: Cloudy with 60 per cent chance of flurries. Risk of freezing rain this afternoon. Wind up to 15 km/h. High plus 3. Wind chill minus 6 this morning. UV index 1 or low.

Tonight: Partly cloudy. Wind up to 15 km/h. Low minus 3. Wind chill minus 6 overnight.

Tomorrow: A mix of sun and cloud. Becoming cloudy late in the morning then snow. Amount 2 cm. Wind becoming east 20 km/h late in the afternoon. High plus 1. Wind chill minus 7 in the morning.

Sunrise: 7:58 a.m. MDT

Sunset: 4:39 p.m. MDT

Normals

Average High: -1 ° C

Average Low: -9 °C

Yesterday

Max: 9.1 ° C

Min: -2.2 ° C

Total Precipitation: 0.0  mm

On This Day (1996-2019)

Highest temperature: 10.6°C in 2018

Lowest temperature: -20.8°C in 2014

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