If the five day forecasts are accurate it should be a White Christams from coast to coast in Canada, for the time time since 1971.Even Victoria, the city with the warmest climate in the country is blanketed in snow and with a Saturday low of minus 15 recorded its coldest day since 1969.In the central Vancouver Island community of Nanaimo 45 centimeters of snow has fallen since December 12th, about 17 more than Fort St. John has received all month.- Advertisement -However, the problem in this area is cold not snowy weather and we set a daily record yesterday with a reading of minus 37 point five and are on the verge of setting another one this morning.Meantime, the below normal temperatures are creating BC Hydro concern and it is asking customers across the province to try and cut down on their power consumption.Spokesman, Dag Sharman….Advertisement [asset|aid=745|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=63b8217af70323328cdb1498f23608da-Dag Sharman_1_Pub.mp3] Hydro’s main concern goes to the risk of outages, which increase with added strain to the system.As for the system that’s causing our cold weather it will ease a bit later this week but there’s nothing in the long forecast modules to suggest we’ll get back to seasonal temperatures values before we go back to work on January 5th.
This will be the first time Tusker FC who have won the domestic cup four times will not be competing in the annual tournament, having reached the quarter finals last year where they lost 2-1 to Sofapaka.“It was not an easy decision to make but we want to help the team concentrate on the league. We have a target of winning the title and want to focus on that,” Tusker FC chairman Daniel Aduda told the official club website.Tusker are currently fifth in the league table with 25 points and play AFC Leopards on Saturday at Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos in the next league match.-Shield Draw- Defending champion Sofapaka will start their campaign with an easy match against minnows Elim FC, KPL champions Gor face Kenpoly, AFC Leopards take on Transfoc while last year’s losing finalists Sofapaka will play Bungoma Super Stars.The winner will not only pocket Sh2 Million but also represent Kenya in the 2019/20 CAF Confederation Cup.-Full round of 32 Draw-Fortune Sacco vs WazitoUprising vs Western StimaKenpoly vs Gor MahiaKayo FC vs BandariCongo Boys vs Kenya PoliceEmmausians vs Mwatate UnitedNaivas vs TuskerSS Asad vs Ulinzi StarsBungoma Super Stars vs SofapakaTransfoc vs AFC LeopardsMuranga Seal vs Kisumu All StarsElim FC vs Kariobangi SharksTrans Mara Sugar vs Bidco UnitedDero FC vs FC TalantaVihiga Sportiff vs UshuruSindo United vs KCB0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Tusker FC head coach Robert Matano during his side’s Kenyan Premier League match against Gor Mahia at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on February 27. 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, March 6 – Kenyan Premier League side Tusker FC has opted not to take part in this year’s SportPesa Shield instead deciding to concentrate on reclaiming the KPL title that they last lifted in 2016.The development comes on the day the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) conducted the draw that will see the annual tournament kick-off with the round of 32 knock out stage March 16.