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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 1:29 PM
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Still only 22C in Moncton at 10 AM, but very humid. There's quite a haze in the atmosphere which hasn't burned off yet, presumably causing the slow start to daytime heating.

Still supposed to get to 30C later today with a humidex of 36 and thunderstorms predicted later. 32C and 31C tomorrow and the next day.
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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 2:03 PM
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Hot as balls both days on the weekend but two very different beach days up along Georgian Bay.

We knew thunderstorm would be coming later in the day and it turned out it showed up at 2:30 am. The waves at the beach told you it would be forthcoming.

Next day was mostly sunny and ideal conditions.

But still not ideal for beach volleyball as that "court" is still flooded from the garbage spring.

When you look at the licence plate frames from the cars parked up there you can see at least 3/4 are from GTA and small portion from Barrie and then a few locally. Kinda sucks if you drive all that way just to find out it's wavy and less pleasant than you were anticipating.

Also, the terrible spring made the sand immediately along the shore black. First time I've seen that in the 10 years I've been going to the cottage. It actually doesn't look too bad. It doesn't look toxic. Actually kind of interesting.









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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 2:07 PM
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Friday was a beautiful day to drive out to the mountains. Had a meeting just outside of Jasper NP. Time for a lunch and beer on the deck at Folding Mountain brewery before I had to head back.
Saturday started nice but turned to shit.

Sunday started overcast and rainy the windy then gorgeous for the evening. Took part in La Tour De L'Alberta bike ride (100km). So kinda wet at the start but it was the headwinds (Gusting to 50) that really hurt.

Thunder storm to wake me up this morning but is supposed to get nice through the week.

Have a trip up north this week. Near where all the fires have been. They got so much rain in some areas that one community is on flood evacuation and the highway I need to use is washed out at 2 bridges.
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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 4:19 PM
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18 to 21 and sunny in Victoria @ 9am. Forecast high today is for 26 in the sunshine.

Yesterday was continued beautiful, sunny with highs of 24 (Airport); 26 (UVic) & 26 (Langford GV).

Warm spot on the Island was Port Alberni @ 28.
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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 5:34 PM
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31 31 32 32 32 29 31

... and sunny every day.
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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 9:33 PM
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30C #17 with 2 hours of heating to go. Sunny with a few clouds and a light breeze.
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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 10:07 PM
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33.2C here feeling like 39C with sunshine! A beautiful tropical like day.

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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 11:05 PM
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Still 29C with a humidex of 35 in Moncton at 7 PM. I'm just back from a 2 km walk to check out the construction site of a new satellite YMCA in my neighbourhood in the north end of Moncton. The walk took a lot more out of me than I expected - I guess I'm getting old........



High temperature today was 30.3C and the peak humidex was 38. The temperatures tomorrow and the next day are going to be 32C and 31C
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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 11:07 PM
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^ Pretty much the entire Maritimes are roasting again. We'll be into the heat tomorrow for a few days, but we won't be pushing the 30+ like you guys are. We'll probably tap out at 27-28 at the airport, with humidity in the mid 30s.
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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 11:39 PM
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Cool Alberta like summer day in the Peg today with a high of only 22, kinda nice reprieve from the heat of the last month and a half, back to 30’s starting Wednesday through to the weekend!
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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 11:44 PM
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Keep on trolling, idiot.


A typically beautiful Alberta summer day here in the foothills; currently at 23 and not a cloud in the sky all day. Highs for the next week again in the goldilocks zone of 24 to 28 degrees, with humidexes likely in the 26 to 30 range.
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Old Posted Jul 29, 2019, 11:52 PM
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Keep on trolling, idiot.


A typically beautiful Alberta summer day here in the foothills; currently at 23 and not a cloud in the sky all day. Highs for the next week again in the goldilocks zone of 24 to 28 degrees, with humidexes likely in the 26 to 30 range.
Listen up dope, buddy lives in Deadmonton and constantly tells me how crappy the spring and summer has been so far in Alberta!
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Old Posted Jul 30, 2019, 12:36 AM
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32C (31.5) at 5pm.
Sunny
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Breeze coming off the lake felt very good as it is quite humid.


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Old Posted Jul 30, 2019, 2:46 AM
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Keep on trolling, idiot.
I'm pretty sure he's correct that Alberta has the coolest summers of the three Prairie provinces, especially if you measure by where people live (i.e. "typical Ontario-style weather" would be GTA weather, not Canadian Shield in the geographical center of Ontario weather; etc.)
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Old Posted Jul 30, 2019, 2:49 AM
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A typically beautiful Alberta summer day here in the foothills; currently at 23 and not a cloud in the sky all day.
lol, you can't make this up! He said 22C was a cool summer day reminiscent of Alberta (he's in Winnipeg which often goes up into the 30C+ range in summer), and in the very same post you both have a fit about it AND go and admit that 23C is a typical Alberta summer day.

You're really something...
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Old Posted Jul 30, 2019, 2:58 AM
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lol, you can't make this up! He said 22C was a cool summer day reminiscent of Alberta (he's in Winnipeg which often goes up into the 30C+ range in summer), and in the very same post you both have a fit about it AND go and admit that 23C is a typical Alberta summer day.

You're really something...
Haha I noticed that too but managed to keep quiet.
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Old Posted Jul 30, 2019, 3:24 AM
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31C with a humidex of 36 and mainly sunny.

The evening is incredible. I was out until now in a tank top and it's still pleasantly warm. No wind whatsoever.

At 11PM: Trudeau is 26.9C while downtown Montreal is still sitting at 27.6C.

The low this morning was 21C (humidex of 29).

The warmspot was Warfield, BC at 33.8C.
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Old Posted Jul 30, 2019, 3:36 AM
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Ah the next door neighbours got the hotspot.
They were 2 degrees warmer than us.
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Old Posted Jul 30, 2019, 6:45 AM
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Fun fact: so far, Montreal and Toronto have the exact same mean temp for July 2019, with Montreal having warmer highs and Toronto having higher lows.

MTL:
Hi: 28.8
Lo:17.8
Mean: 23.3
Highest Temp: 33.0
Lowest Temp: 12.5

Toronto:
Hi: 28.4
Lo: 18.1
Median: 23.3
Highest Temp: 33.0
Lowest Temp: 14.0
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