This site describes and explains weather in Canada and its many climate regions. Other weather related topics, some of which are "controversial", are also explored and commented by a seasoned meteorological information specialist ... yours truly.
You will also find useful "decision making" information on traditional weather observing instruments, as well as on the latest electronic and wireless weather stations.
The weather forecast is useless ... unless it is immediately made available - and accessible - to its intended audience.
Therefore, this site includes information on scheduled forecasts, revised or amended bulletins, as well as advisories, warnings and alerts ... and, most importantly, where to find the latest official bulletins or even hear them broadcast "live" on weather radio!
Observing the weather is the fundamental first step in understanding the behavior of the atmosphere.
This Web site helps you take the next step by informing you of aspects of weather-related issues that never make the news. The "other side of the coin" - the true weather in Canada - will be revealed where it was hidden from public view.
Armed with reliable and verifiable information, you will become a wiser observer, able to judge, by yourself, the value of what you read and hear about atmospheric phenomena ... and their true impact (if any) on our global climate.
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Over recent years, even sedate climatological data has managed to make the headlines!
I will expose you to the official version of the "public" forecast. I will also reveal
I dedicate my Web site to all that is related to weather in Canada. My aim is to help you, and all weather enthusiasts, acquire a better understanding of the inner workings of the atmosphere.
You will become harder to fool and manipulate, after having been exposed to the verifiable facts about "things meteorological" revealed in these pages.
Keep a sharp weather watch, a watchful and critical eye on reported events but, above all, keep an open mind at all times!
I will gladly help you find the information you should have to help you make an informed decision about what lies behind the forecast and other "weather related" events that are reported in the news.
If it's related to weather in Canada, behind the scene or not, I will bring it to light and explain it on this Web site.
Claude Jollet B.Sc.A.
Meteorological Information Specialist - Retired
Editor & Webmaster
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