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 302300 Forecasts for the south coast of British Columbia issued by Environment Canada at 4.00 pm pdt Monday 30 March 2015 for tonight Tuesday and Tuesday night. The next scheduled forecast will be issued at 5.00 am Tuesday.
Greater Victoria. Tonight..Mainly cloudy. Showers beginning late this evening and ending overnight. Wind becoming west 20 km/h late this evening except 60 near Juan de Fuca Strait late this evening and overnight. Low 7. Tuesday..Mainly cloudy. 40 percent chance of showers in the afternoon with risk of a thunderstorm. Wind west 20 km/h except 50 near Juan de Fuca Strait. High 12. UV index 3 or moderate. Tuesday night..Mainly cloudy. 40 percent chance of showers early in the evening with risk of a thunderstorm. Wind west 20 km/h except 50 near Juan de Fuca Strait in the evening. Low 6.
Stations in the Network
Millstream Elementary School
A storm surge occurs when the ocean underneath a strong storm (low pressure system) swells upward. A drop of pressure of one hectopascal (hPa) causes a rise in sea level of about one centimetre (cm). A strong storm can cause sea level to rise by 70 cm or more.
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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