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1 week ago

Shaunavon Weather
Check out Environment Canada’s new radar page. Here’s a snapshot. I zoomed in as far as I could. You can run it in a loop of 1 or 3 hours. ...
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4 months ago

Shaunavon Weather
From Environment Canada, peak wind gusts from throughout Saskatchewan yesterday. ...
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4 months ago

Shaunavon Weather
For those who were wondering. 82 km/hr was the highest wind speed measured in my backyard yesterday. ...
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4 months ago

Shaunavon Weather
There could be some nasty winds tomorrow. A Wind Warning was issued by Environment Canada. Latest forecast is showing possibility of 110 km/hr winds. Are you prepared if the power is out for an extended time? ...
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5 months ago

Shaunavon Weather
Snowfall warning issued for our area. Travel may be difficult at times. ...
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5 months ago

Shaunavon Weather
Hooray. I’m done with the web address change. I unexpectedly found an update for my software, so I brought back the old Broadcast icon. Any bookmarks will have to be changed. Thanks! Grant ...
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6 months ago

Shaunavon Weather
Greetings! I will be doing some work on my website this weekend. I have to change some software for my site as the software I’ve been using is now discontinued. The website may be unavailable at times. I will post an update once complete. Thanks for your patience. ...
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6 months ago

Shaunavon Weather
Well that was a nasty storm! Trying to get accurate snowfall totals is very difficult with the strong winds we had yesterday. My weather station collects the snow in the same way it collects rain. I have a heater and it melts the snow as it falls into the collector. You can then convert the liquid amount collected into how much snow fell. The general rule of thumb is a 1-10 ratio. So for every inch of water melted, it would convert to approximately 10” of snow. The ratio can very depending if it’s a heavy wet snow or fluffy snow. So for this storm, I measured 1.32 inches of water. That converts to 13.2” or 33.5cm of snow. Give or take. ...
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