Environment Canada Issues Snowfall Warning
Friday, February 10, 2017 @ 8:07 AM
Prince George, B.C. – Prince George has been struck by a sudden burst of mother nature.
Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning which it warns could bring 15 centimeters of snow by this afternoon.
In light of the warning the national forecaster urges motorists to drive to the weather conditions noting rapidly accumulating snow will make travel difficult.
Hey EC! We already know, eh? LOL!
Yup they are really good at stating the obvious at times
some one should inform the city.
Brilliant, sure can’t put a thing past those guys while they sit in their ivory towers! What next, air coming through our city?
Your tax dollars at work.
Looks like we got a little more than the 2-4cm we were expecting.
It’s hard to predict what will happen because all of our winter “storms” are now engineered. At least people are now questioning what’s going on with these absurd weather events. Too bad our scientists can’t or won’t speak out on what is really going on. So much for Trudeau’s lifting the muzzle of our scientists.
De-icing problems on Canada Line – ice nucleated snow doesn’t melt like natural snow. Go and get a can full of snow and see for yourself. It sublimates, so very little water is left. Look at the particles floating in what little water
EPA scientist fired – during the Obama admin – for trying to tell the truth about climate engineering
You have your cell phone wrapped in tin foil don’t you?
Thanks! Ad hominem attacks only add credence to my posting. “When the debate is lost slander becomes the tool of the loser”
Peter, yer crack’in me up!
Does tin foil improve reception?
Don’t give ‘Filtered’ too hard of a time. He/she fooled enough people into thinking fluoridated water was a bad thing so they voted it out.
So we have never had winter storms before? Say what. How old are you? I am pushing my seventh decade and nothing new happening now.
Hey what warmer clime has no snow Suzuki carbon trailed off to on the tax payers dime.
I didn’t say we haven’t had storms – I said the storms we are now experiencing are engineered storms and are causing millions of dollars in damage – that we’re paying for!
Need more proof: “Project Cloverleaf” – a joint US/Canada military operation involving the release of chemicals and particulates in the atmosphere above Canada
Damn aluminum foil ain’t working, have to go get some sheet metal…..
Careful, could be a brain frying experience if wearing your aluminum hat outside during one of those engineered thunderstorms.
You reminded me, gotta get a short metal rod for the top and rubber boots!
I appreciate the important service Environment Canada provides to, and for, us. There are many people whose line of work depends on weather forecasts that could save their lives. Anyone watch the movie the “Perfect Storm”? It was based on a true story about a crew of commercial fishermen on their boat called the Andrea Gail, the boat sank in the perfect storm, with everyone on it lost at sea. Commercial Fishing vessel captains like the ones we see on the Deadliest Catch TV series rely on accurate weather forecasts,so do commercial airline pilots and helicopter pilots… good job Environment Canada!
Anyways, have a safe weekend, everyone.
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