Currently Montréal - le 19 janvier 2023
La météo, actuellement.
Ce soir: faible neige cessant au cours de la nuit, nuageux par la suite.
🌡️Minimum -7°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien -11°C
Jeudi: nuageux avec vents du nord-est à 20 km/h.
🌡️Maximum -3°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien matinal de -12°C
Jeudi soir: neige débutant vers minuit.
Nous aurons 9:12 (+2 minutes) de lumière du jour demain.
The weather, currently.
Tonight: light snow ceasing during the night, cloudy thereafter.
🌡️Low -7°C 🥶 Wind chill -11°C
Thursday: cloudy with north-east winds up to 20 km/h.
🌡️High -3°C 🥶 Morning wind chill of -12°C
Thursday evening: partly cloudy.
We will have 9:12 (+2 minutes) of daylight tomorrow.
What you need to know, currently.
California has been inundated with heavy rain in recent weeks as atmospheric rivers from the Pacific Ocean unleash moisture. But within a few decades, there could be flooding in coastal communities — even on dry, sunny days — as sea levels rise. How much? Will the state lose its iconic beaches? The king tides offer a worrying preview.
“On this morning, standing along the shore in Oceanside north of San Diego, two different kings arrived before just Christmas, the king tides and they too offered guidance — a preview of how climate change will change California in the coming decades.
The king tides happen once or twice a year and are the highest tides of the year driven by the gravitational forces of the moon and sun. The most recent king tide happened on December 23 and 24, 2022 and they will occur again on January 21 and 22, 2023.”
Read the full story, originally published by H2O Radio here.