The Environment Canada weather office


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Environment Canada Weather OfficeLooking for the Environment Canada weather office webpage. This is the present location for the weather office Canada website.
It replaced the old government www.weatheroffice.com page.

The page presents a national map with current sky conditions and temperatures for the major cities in Canada. The blue buttons across cause the map to display short-term weather forecasts for all of those centres at once. Select any weather station Canada has to get its 5-day forecast, detailing daily high and low temperatures as well as expected precipitation.

Small towns and Marine areas

If you want weather predictions for any of the smaller places, click a neutral area within your desired province.

It takes you to a provincial map with some of the larger cities and towns shown on it and a more complete list of populated areas and military weather stations provided in a framed area within the page. Just pick one and hit GO.

You can also get marine forecasts for specified coastal areas. Do this by picking your water region on the national map, where a drawing of a sailboat is shown.

The list along the left side of the page allow you to explore specialty graphics and forecasts. Things such as satellite and radar images for instance.

If you're interested in Canadian climate, these items from the Weatheroffice web pages are certainly worth exploring.

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This country never has summer. Or does it?

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