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Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Storm Chasing Interview on CBC Radio One's "Freestyle"

Just to let you all know, I did an interview on CBC Radio One's afternoon show called "Freestyle" today. You should be able to catch it on your radio or at this link here...

Jared Mysko

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Thunder in Saskatoon



Nice looking clouds outside today as the sun and the clouds battle for space!

Storms Today - Central Saskatchewan - Southern Ontario

Two places of interest today. Central Saskatchewan and southern Ontario should get an honorable mention. The huge storms that finally left Manitoba yesterday are now re-organizing in the same hot air just further south and intesified by the surrounding lakes. However, as usual with Ontario storms, the wind shear is not as good there and with all the trees and buildings, it has to be some of the worst areas to chase storms in Canada. Back in Saskatchewan however, our skies are cooking up right now and my cam shows the soupy looking clouds in the north with layers and really nice convective (pop-corn) clouds forming all over the place. I think we actually have way too much moisture and unless it clears out and heats up, storms will be mild out here today. Ontario is going to see some major light shows tonight though.

Saturday, May 27, 2006

Nice Gradient in Southern Manitoba

It is 29C in south-east Manitoba, Winnipeg is 22C, Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan is only 6C !! Seems like a good chance of a monster storm to develop somewhere but it looks like that is much further south. Storms will likely develop somewhere along the International border.

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Saskatoon & Area Storms



Some pretty incredible looking storm clouds rolled by and apparently through parts of the city of Saskatoon this evening. It wasn't a very big cluster of cells but it sure put on a show. Colorful clouds with purple lightning made for quite a sight west of the city.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

New Template for Canadian Prairie Storms

Finally got around to fixing up the template on this blog. It might have to do with the numbers of visitors to this blog doubling and tripling in the last two days. Storms are everywhere around us right now. Nice and calm in Saskatoon but it looks like Regina is going to get another light show. Watches have been up all around Saskatoon but not the city itself, yet. "Muggy" is the most popular word in Saskatoon today!

Monday, May 22, 2006

Saskatchewan Storms


This storm got big but it didn't drop or move very far. Still lots of storms out there right now. The photo is from near Harris, Saskatchewan, which is about 76.6 km south west of Saskatoon (according to multimap.com).

Friday, May 19, 2006

Possible Severe Weather Outbreak - Alberta Saturday

SATURDAY FORECAST: TORNADOES AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS ALBERTA
SUNDAY AND MONDAY: STUFF MOVES EAST

The Prairie Storm Prediction Centre has mentioned the possibility of a "severe weather outbreak" on Saturday in Alberta. This should not be taken lightly as it is the month of May and the states are very quiet for this time of year. It is not unusual to have over a hundred tornado reports in a single day in the states at this time of the year. Most importantly, this year, March and April produced more tornadoes than May which IS unusual. Is the weather skipping a month? If so, June/July weather is already here!

If anyone wants to post Alberta skycam links or to join the discussion, please visit Canadian Prairie Storms Yahoo Group...

Jared
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Possible Severe Weather Outbreak - Alberta Saturday

SATURDAY FORECAST: TORNADOES AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS ALBERTA
SUNDAY AND MONDAY: STUFF MOVES EAST

The Prairie Storm Prediction Centre has mentioned the possibility of a "severe weather outbreak" on

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Nice Day Today

Warm temperatures are giving Alberta and Manitoba an early taste of summer. The usual hotspots are in the low thirties with Drumheller checking in at 32C. Highest dewpoints are at North Battleford, Meadow Lake and Spiritwood. Humidities are a bit low but capes appear to be reaching 2000. Seems to be some light wind shear as well. Definitely worth watching.

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Severe Weather Outlook Map for the Canadian Prairies


The map has been fixed up a bit as we get closer to seeing some real storms around here. There is some convecting clouds to the west of Saskatoon but we are not expecting too much severe weather until it heats up a bit more.

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Jared Mysko

Friday, May 12, 2006

Severe Thunderstorms Today: Alberta

There will not be a severe weather outlook map today due to time constraints. This message is simply to advise that there is a decent chance of severe thunderstorms and weak tornadoes in parts of central Alberta. Please check the forecast and radar.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Manitoba Tornadoes On Tuesday


According to the CBC, southern Manitoba had some tornadic type weather on Tuesday afternoon...

CBC Manitoba

Clouds have really begun to take on some incredible shapes this spring in Saskatoon, here are a few recent shots:

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Sunday, May 07, 2006

Thunderstorms Heading to Winnipeg

Possible severe thunderstorms are gathering steam at this time in southern Manitoba, possibly heading to Winnipeg. Watches have been issued.

Saturday, May 06, 2006

Severe Thundertorm Risk for Central Alberta

There is a slight risk of a severe thunderstorm this afternoon in the area north of Lloyminister, Alberta. All the elements are in place for a thunderstorm that may reach severe levels but these storms are not expected to be very big.

Jared Mysko
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