School-Based Weather Station Network
School District 61 (Greater Victoria) is changing their district wide network configuration. This means that many of our stations are offline or will go offline until we can get to the sites and reconfigure our data logging computers. Please be patient during this transition.
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FPCN11 CWVR 281300 Forecasts for the south coast of British Columbia issued by Environment Canada at 5.00 am pst Wednesday 28 January 2015 for today and Thursday. The next scheduled forecast will be issued at 11.00 am.
Greater Victoria. Today..Cloudy. Becoming a mix of sun and cloud this morning. Fog patches dissipating this morning. High 10. Tonight..Partly cloudy. Fog patches developing late this evening. Low plus 3. Thursday..Mainly sunny. Fog patches dissipating in the morning. High 9.
Stations in the Network
Frank Hobbs Elementary School
While Prince Rupert, British Columbia has the fewest thunderstorms days in Canada, 3 per year, it is the wettest city, with a total annual precipitation of 2552 millimetres.
All Stations, One Variable
See plots for a single variable at all of the stations in the network.
See a graphical summary of the latest observations across the entire network.
Today (so far)
These values include observations from all stations in the network. Low is the smallest value recorded; high is the largest value; average is the average of all values at all times for the day.
Environment Canada provides today's Almanac for the Victoria International Airport.
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