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Summary of Last's Nights Destructive Manitoba Storms

Weatherlogics has prepared a summary graphic of all reported severe weather events last night from Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and North Dakota. Destructive hail up to baseball size caused widespread damage to homes, vehicles, and crops. In addition, wind speeds up to 150 km/h were reported and there were at least two tornadoes.The coloured dots indicate an actual severe event. The dots are overlaid on top of our forecast for the day. Note: this summary is not final.…See More
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What caused the May 4, 2018 destructive Ontario windstorm?

On May 4 of last month, a destructive wind storm impacted southern Ontario. Due to the widespread damage caused by this storm, Weatherlogics undertook a case study to investigate the cause of those damaging winds. You can view the case study by visiting:https://www.weatherlogics.com/case-studies/…See More
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Current Title
Chief Scientist
Current Employer
Weatherlogics Inc.
Education
B.Sc. (Hons) Physical Geography (Atmospheric Science)
M.Sc. Environment and Geography (Atmospheric Science)
Location
Winnipeg, MB
Professional Summary
Scott has a long history of being a leader in the Canadian meteorological community. He has written peer-reviewed articles on Canadian weather phenomena and has been sought after as a weather expert; having appeared in over 50 media articles. Scott specializes in forecasting and researching high-impact weather, notably severe thunderstorms. His master's research on nocturnal thunderstorms from the Plains Elevated Convection at Night (PECAN) field project, a major US-based scientific study, has helped to advance our knowledge of thunderstorm development. Scott has a Master's of Science from the University of Manitoba and is the Chief Scientist at Weatherlogics Inc., a Winnipeg-based meteorological forecasting and research firm that he co-founded.
Website
http://www.weatherlogics.com
Associations and Groups
American Meteorological Society
Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society

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Summary of Last's Nights Destructive Manitoba Storms

Posted on June 15, 2018 at 5:43pm 0 Comments

Weatherlogics has prepared a summary graphic of all reported severe weather events last night from Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and North Dakota. Destructive hail up to baseball size caused widespread damage to homes, vehicles, and crops. In addition, wind speeds up to 150 km/h were reported and there were at least two tornadoes.

The coloured dots indicate an actual severe event. The dots are overlaid on top of our forecast for the day. Note: this summary is not final.…

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What caused the May 4, 2018 destructive Ontario windstorm?

Posted on June 13, 2018 at 9:47am 0 Comments

On May 4 of last month, a destructive wind storm impacted southern Ontario. Due to the widespread damage caused by this storm, Weatherlogics undertook a case study to investigate the cause of those damaging winds. You can view the case study by visiting:

https://www.weatherlogics.com/case-studies/…

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