Currently in Toronto Decemeber 14, 2022
The weather, currently.
One more quiet and dry day before a Colorado low moves in bringing a messy icy mix to the region. Partly cloudy skies for Wednesday morning with a wake-up temperature near -6°C, but again feeling much colder than that. Windchills in the GTA tomorrow morning will be in the mid-teens. A ridge of high pressure is in place it will set up one more bright day. A mix of sun and cloud overall with a high of -1°C, feeling more like -5°C with the wind chill.
The wind will be light from the east 10-15km/h and the UV index will be 2 or low.
Wednesday night: increasing cloudiness with a risk of a flurry and winds increasing, the low -2°C, feeling like -6°Cß.
Side note: The leading edge of moisture from the Colorado low will push in for the mid-morning commute on Thursday bringing likely ice pellets and freezing rain and strong winds before changing to snow. A special weather statement has been issued in advance of this system.
What you need to know, currently.
"Two Alaska electric utilities are taking steps that could lead to the construction of the state’s first community solar farms, while a consumer interest group is drafting legislation that could support the efforts.
Advocates say the moves by the Anchorage and Fairbanks utilities could lead to projects that allow any household to invest in solar panels to reap their benefits, including low-income residents who can’t afford to install their own rooftop array like many Alaskans are doing."
Read more about community solar projects in Alaska communities from Anchorgae Daily News journalist, Alex DeMarban.