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Alberta, Saskatchewan Get 90F Before Dallas, TX While Smokey Mountains Get Snow!

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Alberta, Saskatchewan Get 90F Before Dallas, TX While Smokey Mountains Get Snow!

It’s another scorching day over south-central Canada with temps once again exceeding 90F in parts of Saskatchewan while it’s snowing in the Smokey Mountains! Fargo and Minot, North Dakota, even Winnipeg, Manitoba have beaten Dallas, Texas for the first 90 of the year today! Temps as high as 93 in both ND, MN this afternoon. Check out the […]

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THU 5 MAY: VOGAN’S UNITED STATES OUTLOOK

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THU 5 MAY: VOGAN’S UNITED STATES OUTLOOK

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PHOTOS: My Frozen Climb To The Summit Of Cairngorm

PHOTOS: My Frozen Climb To The Summit Of Cairngorm

It was a cold final week of April across Scotland but for the heart of the Cairngorm Range, it was more like mid winter than mid spring with heavy snowfall, well below freezing nights and failure to crack freezing by day along with bitter winds. This day last week I decided to surface early (4.45am) on Thursday April 28, 2016 […]

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THU 5 MAY: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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THU 5 MAY: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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Unseasonably Hot, Dry, Windy Weather Triggers Devastating Fort McMurray Wildfire

Unseasonably Hot, Dry, Windy Weather Triggers Devastating Fort McMurray Wildfire

A lack of late winter snowpack and persistent high pressure has dried out the soils and built the heat early over Western Canada. With a gusty wind thrown in for good measure, the stage was set for what could be one of Canada’s worst wildfires. Here’s the Omega blocking pattern responsible for driving summer warmth north early. Core of heat […]

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