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winter this year is expected to be the coldest in almost 15 years and should remind everyone of what real Canadian cold feels like, Environment Canada said Friday.
Originally posted by Dock6
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EL NIÑO/SOUTHERN OSCILLATION (ENSO)
La Niña continued to strengthen during October 2007, as equatorial sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies became increasingly negative from 170oE to the South American coast (Fig. 1). The latest 4-week analysis shows the largest SST departures (-2ºC to -3ºC) located between 140oW and the South American coast, with departures of -0.5oC to -1oC observed near the Date Line (Fig. 2). All of the Niño region indices, except for Niño-4, remained lower than -1.0oC (Fig. 3) indicating that La Niña is approaching moderate-strength (3-month running mean value of the Niño 3.4 index below -1.0oC).
La Nina could bring long, cold winter
Here in Canada, many parts of the country could be in for a long winter.
"It generally means from B.C. to Thunder Bay, a colder and snowier winter," Environment Canada's David Phillips told CTV News.
Although other scientific factors affect the frequency of hurricanes, there tends to be a greater-than-normal number of Atlantic hurricanes and fewer-than-normal number of eastern Pacific hurricanes during La Niña events,” said retired Navy Vice Adm. Conrad C. Lautenbacher, Ph.D., under secretary of commerce for oceans and atmosphere and NOAA administrator. “During the winter, usual La Niña impacts include drier and warmer-than-average conditions over the southern United States."
Originally posted by murphdog9
I am loving winter in Atlantic Canada so far. Its been around -10 celsius (14 fahrenheit for a few days and we just had a storm today that dumped around 30 centimeters (11 inches) of snow here in Nova Scotia. A classic Canadian winter in early December!