Currently Montréal - le 1er décembre 2022
La météo, actuellement.
Ce soir: pluie cessant au cours de la nuit, nuageux par la suite. Vents du sud-ouest à 60km/h avec rafales à 90km/h diminuant vers minuit.
Jeudi: quelques flocons le matin, suivi d'une alternance de soleil et de nuages en après-midi. Vents d'ouest à 40km/h avec rafales à 70km/h.
Jeudi soir: quelques nuages.
🌡️Minimum -5°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien -9°C
Nous aurons 8:56 (-2 minutes) de lumière du jour demain.
The weather, currently.
Tonight: rain ending overnight, cloudy thereafter. Southwest winds of 60km/h gusting to 90km/h decreasing around midnight.
Thursday: a few snowflakes in the morning, followed by alternating sun and clouds. Westerly winds of 40km/h gusting to 70km/h.
Thursday evening: partly cloudy.
🌡️Low -5°C 🥶 Wind chill -9°C
We will have 8:56 (-2 minutes) of daylight tomorrow.
What you need to know, currently.
Tropical Storm Irene caused widespread devastation when it roared into Vermont in the summer of 2011. And few communities fared worse than the remote mountain town of Rochester.
Tucked between the two main ranges of the Green Mountains, Rochester was cut off in every direction for days after flood waters destroyed access roads and other infrastructure. The town’s 1,000-or-so residents, stuck on what had essentially become an island, had no power, internet or phone service.
“People had to queue up in front of the grocery store and be escorted in with flashlights,” recalled Jeffrey Gephart, the town’s energy coordinator. “And somebody had to round up a pump and generator, cordon off the gas station and pump people their 5- or 10-gallon allotment.”
Such extremes promise to get worse in the face of climate change, especially for a town that, because of its valley location, is especially prone to “significant weather,” Gephart said. With that in mind, the local utility, Green Mountain Power, is building a microgrid that will power the central village during outages.
Read the full story from by Lisa Prevost from Energy News Network here.
What you can do, currently.
We are ramping up efforts to finish building Project Mushroom asap — a safe platform to promote connection, mutual aid, and transformative action at a critical moment in history. We need your help.
Several community members have committed to a matching fund of $8,815 that will be used to match dollar-for-dollar all Kickstarter pledges made using this link through December 2nd.