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Summer Like Weather Finally Arrives

Monday, July 25, 2016 @ 10:13 AM

Prince George, B.C. – It’s that break in the weather we’ve all been waiting for and according to Environment Canada it’s going to stick around for a while.

“Luckily the patterns in the upper atmosphere have finally changed and we are now looking at summer like weather,” says meteorologist Lisa Coldwells.

“That upper ridge is going to stay for the rest of this week and into next. So even though there might be a little bit of cloud or a light shower, it’s going to finally feel like summer.”

She says that means sunny skies and higher temperatures – all the way up to 26 or 27 degrees by Thursday.

As for how long we can expect this to last, Coldwells says temperature wise it likely means an extra degree warmer into September thanks to “a warmer pool of water that’s off the coast of B.C.”

She can’t make the same prediction though when it comes to how much rain we can expect.

“Because as you can imagine the precipitation for the interior of B.C. generally consists of your thunder-storms, maybe a shower – it’s a spotty type of precipitation that’s difficult to predict.”

Up until this past weekend Coldwells confirms July has been wetter than previous years.

“To date for July in Prince George so far there’s been 85.6 mm of rain so that’s above the normal 62.1 mm for the entire month,” she says.

“So we’re sitting at 137 percent of normal. Last year was drier with only 45.9 mm of rain the entire month or 75 percent of normal.”


If you look up into the skies now you can see the planes aerosol spraying. There is an actual criss-cross to the north. So much for the summer weather. Here come the hazy skies

    When your done chasing pokemon, dive into a book about aviation..

    This should be a concern to everyone. Aluminum, barium and strontium are in the aerosol – water and soil samples taken from around the world show elevated levels. Massive increase in neurological disorders dementia, alzheimer’s, parkinson’s MS. BC has the highest incidence in Canada. geoengineeringwatch(dot)org

      No there is no aerosol. It’s water vapour. Read a science book once in a while.

      When your done with the aviation book..Look at BC regional geochemistry data. Aluminum, barium and strontium are some of the most abundant elements in the earths crust and are in higher concentrations where there are volcanic rocks(especially granitic rocks.

    you are a literal space loon and thank you for the laugh.

Oh no, the alarmists are right, the planet is warming up!!

We had nice warm and even hot weather in June I don’t know why all of a sudden some now say summer has arrived because it’ll be nice all week lol. Wet weather is apart of summer too even if it pours every day.

When the air is just right there is a strange phenomena called the ever elusive vapor trail. It is just that. A trail fo vapor left behind when the conditions are just right for it to happen.

Now don’t get me started with the flat earth stuff. I hear a helicopter hovering over my house.

Water vapor dissipates very quickly. When you go outside on a cold day and breathe out – you’ve created a contrail. Walk 2 miles down the road and turn around – can you still see your contrail? No of course you can’t! What is in the skies is aerosol radiation management – hangs for hours and spreads out creating the spiderweb clouds.

Aluminum is not in free form – historic soil and water levels tested much lower than they are now. Rain water and snow has been tested – those levels should be zero, but they aren’t!

    If you were pushing as much air out of your exhaust as a jet plane does you would see your vapor trail. An airplane taking-off and landing
    requires the volume of air that about 8,000 people need for
    one day. That’s taking off where engines are running at 100% in lower altitudes and running in warmer ambient air temperatures. Not to mention the huge difference between the temperature of the air at 30,000 feet and the temperature of a commercial jet engine cruising at 500 miles an hour and about 65%.

      Here is the information regarding a High Bypass Turbofan Jet Engine

      ht tp://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/the-contrail-lie/

No clue about what’s happening in PG but out here it’s currently 27 with 70% humidity for a humidex of 36. We have water vapour a plenty, LOL!

Just hoping for a killer thunderstorm as the evening settles in here :)

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