Pressure! There is one heck of a deep low pressure system affecting Ontario. The lowest it got down to was 959 millibars. (It may have been deeper but that's what I noticed it at). It's forecast to track Northeastward and fill (weaken).
But that's not until it blows strong southwesterly winds this afternoon. Toronto is now under a wind warning.
As an ex-meteorologist a weather chart like this certainly peaks the interest.
As a writer pressure can come within and externally. I've been been at this blog for two years. However, it's time I concentrate on other things. As many know, there has been a weather book inside me for 20 years.
I won't say this blog is grounded, nor will I say it's going into a hold, but I am slowing up in anticipation.
However, as in weather, wherever there is low pressure causing lots of weather there is a "high" not too far away to bring pleasant conditions.
If you would like to email me with your questions in aviation/weather by all means fire away!
Captain Doug Morris