Is Nature Adding Insult to Injury or Is Santa Bringing Coals to Newcastle?


British Columbia is known for having reliably unpredictable weather. I recall a meteorologist from Environment Canada saying that the accuracy of forecasts more than three days hence was somewhat worse that random chance.  Throwing darts would be better.

With that said I had a look at the Weather Network's 30-day projections for Abbotsford.  The good news - atmospheric rivers won't be arriving every other day.  The other good news - there isn't any.

It looks like there could be a major flood event on December 15th but the one that pisses me off comes 10 days later, Christmas Day, the 25th.  Merry Christmas, Abbotsford.

I so hope the weather boffins have it wrong.


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