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Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Choose a Province (RADAR stations are represented by black dots); or go directly to a RADAR station, listed below:
|The first image obtained from a GOES satellite. These satellites are put in geostationary orbit over 22, 000 miles from Earth and continuously monitor a significant portion of a hemisphere of the Earth. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
When you use the animation features, please set your desired time-lapse and click on the > (forward arrow).
Satellite Views - Northern Canada and Arctic Ocean – IR - Infrared - (11 µm) (Black and White) - Animation
also, for incoming weather from the United States:
Following images from the United States - NASA – Earth Science Office and NOAA Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES)
|English: Celsius Fahrenheit convert scale Deutsch: Celsius Fahrenheit Umwanlungs-Skala (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
In Canada and Mexico the standard for measuring temperature is the Celsius Scale - C°.
In the United States the standard for measuring temperature is the Fahrenheit Scale, expressed as degrees Fahrenheit (F°). In this scale water freezes at 32°F and boils at 212°F. (Mr. Fahrenheit had established 0ºF as the stabilized temperature when equal amounts of ice, water, and salt are mixed. He then defined 96ºF as the temperature 'when the thermometer is held in the mouth or under the armpit of a living man in good health'. )
Most all of the world uses the International System of Units (SI) for measuring everything, including temperature. Temperature is expressed as degrees Celsius (C°). The standard for measuring temperature is the Celsius Scale, where 0°C is the exact point where common water freezes and 100°C is the exact point at which it boils.
Obviously it's nice to have a handy (online) calculator:
Metric Conversion charts and calculators [http://www.metric-conversions.org/] - Provides free online conversion tools, which can be added to any websites. It also offers metric conversion tables for download and print, or
The Digital Dutch unit converter converts angle, area, bits & bytes, density, electric current, energy, force, fuel consumption, length, mass, power, pressure, speed, temperature, time and volume units.