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Current Forecast

 
FPCN15 CWNT 230410 AAA
UPDATED FORECASTS FOR THE HIGH ARCTIC AREA OF NUNAVUT ISSUED BY
ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT 12:10 A.M. EDT MONDAY 23 OCTOBER 2017 FOR
TONIGHT MONDAY AND MONDAY NIGHT.
THE NEXT SCHEDULED FORECAST WILL BE ISSUED AT 5:00 A.M. EDT.

RESOLUTE.
BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT.
TONIGHT..CLEAR. BLOWING SNOW WITH VISIBILITIES AT TIMES LESS THAN 2
 KILOMETRES. WIND NORTHEAST 50 KM/H GUSTING TO 70. LOW MINUS 21. WIND
 CHILL MINUS 33.
MONDAY..A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUD. BLIZZARD DEVELOPING IN THE AFTERNOON.
 BLOWING SNOW WITH VISIBILITIES AT TIMES LESS THAN 2 KILOMETRES IN
 THE MORNING AND EARLY IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND NORTH 50 KM/H GUSTING
 TO 70 INCREASING TO 70 GUSTING TO 90 IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH
 MINUS 19. WIND CHILL MINUS 37.
MONDAY NIGHT..BLIZZARD. WIND NORTH 70 KM/H GUSTING TO 90. TEMPERATURE
 STEADY NEAR MINUS 19. WIND CHILL MINUS 36.

GRISE FIORD.
TONIGHT..CLOUDY WITH 60 PERCENT CHANCE OF FLURRIES. WIND NORTHEAST
 30 KM/H GUSTING TO 50 EXCEPT GUSTING TO 70 AT TIMES. TEMPERATURE
 RISING TO MINUS 5 BY MORNING.
MONDAY..CLOUDY WITH 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF FLURRIES. WIND NORTHEAST
 30 KM/H GUSTING TO 50 EXCEPT GUSTING TO 70 AT TIMES. TEMPERATURE
 STEADY NEAR MINUS 6.
MONDAY NIGHT..CLOUDY WITH 60 PERCENT CHANCE OF FLURRIES. WIND
 NORTHEAST 30 KM/H GUSTING TO 60 EXCEPT GUSTING TO 80 AT TIMES. LOW
 MINUS 11.

END
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FPCN15 CWNT 222000
FORECASTS FOR THE HIGH ARCTIC AREA OF NUNAVUT ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT
CANADA AT 4:00 P.M. EDT SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER 2017 FOR TONIGHT MONDAY AND
MONDAY NIGHT.
THE NEXT SCHEDULED FORECAST WILL BE ISSUED AT 5:00 A.M. EDT MONDAY.

RESOLUTE.
BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT.
TONIGHT..PERIODS OF SNOW. BLOWING SNOW WITH VISIBILITIES AT TIMES
 LESS THAN 2 KILOMETRES. WIND NORTHEAST 50 KM/H GUSTING TO 70. LOW
 MINUS 21. WIND CHILL MINUS 33.
MONDAY..A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUD. BLIZZARD DEVELOPING IN THE AFTERNOON.
 BLOWING SNOW WITH VISIBILITIES AT TIMES LESS THAN 2 KILOMETRES IN
 THE MORNING AND EARLY IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND NORTH 50 KM/H GUSTING
 TO 70 INCREASING TO 70 GUSTING TO 90 IN THE AFTERNOON. HIGH
 MINUS 19. WIND CHILL MINUS 37.
MONDAY NIGHT..BLIZZARD. WIND NORTH 70 KM/H GUSTING TO 90. TEMPERATURE
 STEADY NEAR MINUS 19. WIND CHILL MINUS 36.

GRISE FIORD.
TONIGHT..PERIODS OF SNOW. WIND BECOMING NORTHEAST 20 KM/H GUSTING TO
 50 EXCEPT GUSTING TO 70 AT TIMES. TEMPERATURE RISING TO MINUS 9 BY
 MORNING. WIND CHILL MINUS 25 THIS EVENING.
MONDAY..CLOUDY WITH 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF FLURRIES. WIND NORTHEAST
 20 KM/H GUSTING TO 50 EXCEPT GUSTING TO 70 AT TIMES. TEMPERATURE
 STEADY NEAR MINUS 10.
MONDAY NIGHT..CLOUDY WITH 60 PERCENT CHANCE OF FLURRIES. WIND
 NORTHEAST 30 KM/H GUSTING TO 60 EXCEPT GUSTING TO 80 AT TIMES.
 TEMPERATURE STEADY NEAR MINUS 10.

END
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Extended Forecast

 
FPCN55 CWNT 221930
EXTENDED FORECASTS FROM TUESDAY 24 OCTOBER TO SATURDAY 28 OCTOBER FOR
THE HIGH ARCTIC AREA OF NUNAVUT ISSUED BY ENVIRONMENT CANADA AT
3:30 P.M. EDT SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER 2017.
THE NEXT SCHEDULED FORECAST WILL BE ISSUED AT 4:30 A.M. EDT MONDAY.

RESOLUTE.
TUESDAY..SUNNY. WINDY. HIGH MINUS 16.
TUESDAY NIGHT..CLEAR. WINDY. LOW MINUS 18.
WEDNESDAY..SUNNY. WINDY. HIGH MINUS 17.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT..CLEAR. LOW MINUS 20.
THURSDAY..A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUD. HIGH MINUS 18.
THURSDAY NIGHT..CLOUDY PERIODS. LOW MINUS 20.
FRIDAY..A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUD. HIGH MINUS 18.
FRIDAY NIGHT..CLOUDY PERIODS. LOW MINUS 19.
SATURDAY..A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUD. HIGH MINUS 18.
NORMALS FOR THE PERIOD..LOW MINUS 21. HIGH MINUS 14.

GRISE FIORD.
TUESDAY..A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUD. HIGH MINUS 11.
TUESDAY NIGHT..CLEAR. LOW MINUS 16.
WEDNESDAY..A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUD. HIGH MINUS 10.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT..CLOUDY PERIODS WITH 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF FLURRIES.
 LOW MINUS 15.
THURSDAY..CLOUDY PERIODS WITH 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF FLURRIES. HIGH
 MINUS 14.
THURSDAY NIGHT..CLOUDY PERIODS. LOW MINUS 15.
FRIDAY..CLOUDY PERIODS. HIGH MINUS 15.
FRIDAY NIGHT..CLOUDY PERIODS. LOW MINUS 16.
SATURDAY..CLOUDY PERIODS. HIGH MINUS 16.
NORMALS FOR THE PERIOD..LOW MINUS 24. HIGH MINUS 16.

END
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