Weather Network meteorologist, Mark Robinson looks at the role Great Lakes water temperatures play in weather systems during fall and winter. He talks with Dr. David Sills, Executive Director of the Northern Tornadoes Project at Western University’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Read the explainer article from “The Weather Network” (located in Oakville, incidentally) and get some pointers on this and more:
- What will be the effects of unusually warm lakes earlier this year?
- What type of storms might we see into the fall?
- Might we get more “Lake Effect” snow this winter?
- Influences that cause lightning, even “thunder snow”
- Learn about waterspouts
Here is the link to the article from The Weather Network