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Old 10-27-2012, 12:43 AM
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Default Re: Tropical Cyclone Information Statement for Southern Ontario

Guess we'll have to see what happens. Wish I could say more, but I find days in advance model output is mostly just hearsay and guesses. You can say models currently indicate this is what is to happen, then on the next run is completely different, then by the time it arrives it's more than what was forecast, much much less, or somewhere in the middle. The current projections are sounding pretty dire, but we all know that can change on a dime.

Environment Canada sums it up nicely with a real big 'Could be' or 'Couldn't be' in both Toronto and CHC weather statements. Could be windy, could be rainy, could be snow, could be nothing. Media is doing a good job with the sensationalism, though. Everything from "Storm of the Century" to "Frankenstorm" to even Chad Meyers at CNN last night calling this the greatest threat to human life he has seen in his 26 years of weather-related jobs. Guess he forgot about Hurricane Katrina...
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