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Old Posted Oct 11, 2018, 2:18 PM
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What a beautiful past two days. We hit 28.0C on Tues, and 28.6C yesterday which was the hottest in the country. With humidity it felt like 35C. Felt surreal to be outside in shorts and my boat shoes. Even going for evening walks in shorts.

Unfortunately what goes up must come back down. Temps are dropping today from 20C to about 13C by afternoon. The rest of the 7 day forecast looks typical fall, highs around 9C to 13C.
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Our temps have slightly increased again:

13 16 14 14 16 15 15 and sunny every day
Average for today 14.4C
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Old Posted Oct 11, 2018, 4:03 PM
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Forecast is calling for light rain showers or snow flurries here overnight from Friday to Saturday. Though the low will be +3.
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A high of 18 in the forecast for Tuesday, please be true!
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Old Posted Oct 11, 2018, 5:29 PM
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A high of 18 in the forecast for Tuesday, please be true!
After what you guys have been through over the past month that will feel tropical!
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Old Posted Oct 11, 2018, 6:52 PM
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You can't see it but there's snow falling from the clouds that pass over. It's not even heavy enough to be light, and doesn't hit the ground, but it is now.

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Old Posted Oct 11, 2018, 7:58 PM
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After what you guys have been through over the past month that will feel tropical!
No kidding, will feel like a second summer! might actually be able to get out and enjoy the last of the fall colours!
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Old Posted Oct 11, 2018, 9:47 PM
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Countdown to YYT freezing. 7:15 PM, currently registering ice pellets and 1.8 degrees, winds blowing pretty strong out of the north.
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So, I turned the heat on today. I'm worried. I'm on Newfoundland Power's average plan, which means they estimate what your annual bill will be so you pay the same every month. Last year I was $200 over the estimate, so this year my monthly bill for heat and light (both electric here) is $237. I hate turning on the heat this early... it's on 15C, which in this old house means it's 20C upstairs and 5C downstairs, and the heaters NEVER, EVER, EVER cut out.

Dad helped me put some insulation in the walls today - it's attached on both sides so that's not much of a problem. It's mainly the roof. We changed a light in the bathroom (upstairs) and the breeze blowing down through the hole where the light had been was strong enough to move the curtains
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May get wind gusts up to 100km/h tomorrow, strong Chinook moving into the province tonight!
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It was a cold +6C this evening and raining in Moncton as I drove home from work late this afternoon.

It definitely feels fall like. This is the first day so far when the weather actually felt Novemberish out

It could be worse. It is chillier in the northwest of the province and in the Gaspe. They have even been talking about some non accumulating snow around Mount Carleton (the highest mountain in NB), part of the Appalachian mountain chain.


Fall colours in Tracey Mills NB (in the Appalachian region of northwest NB). Our colours are nowhere near as advanced down here.
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^^Wow, nice colours
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Today was actually pretty nice until about supper time, when the cold wind finally overpowered the warmth of the sun and made things feel chilly. Currently down to 10C, with a low of 6 expected overnight. November-ish temperatures for the next two weeks.
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9C and rainy/drizzly. Absolute crap. Meanwhile, it was 23C today in Burlington, VT. The temperature is supposed to skyrocket briefly tonight before falling in the morning. We'll see if it happens but it's already 18C in the Eastern Townships, the warmspot place in the country right now.

Low of 8C this morning so pretty much zero variation under that drizzle.

The warmspot was Port Weller and Peterborough, ON at 24.5C.
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We got the first snow in the lowlands today, it didn't stick but it kept starting and stopping. There was some really nice lighting in the evening, I didn't have my camera though. It was backlit sunsnow in front of the mountains. It looked like January, but with leaves.

It's probably 0°C right now. If it isn't, it's close. Has been for days; will be for a while. Seasonal for this time of year is a low of 1 and a high of 13.
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It was a cold +6C this evening and raining in Moncton as I drove home from work late this afternoon.

It definitely feels fall like. This is the first day so far when the weather actually felt Novemberish out

It could be worse. It is chillier in the northwest of the province and in the Gaspe. They have even been talking about some non accumulating snow around Mount Carleton (the highest mountain in NB), part of the Appalachian mountain chain.


Fall colours in Tracey Mills NB (in the Appalachian region of northwest NB). Our colours are nowhere near as advanced down here.
Wow, just a spectacular shot! Really need to make my way to the Maritimes one year in the fall.

Saw the very first few trees turning where I live in Japan, but the majority don’t start to turn at sea level until the last week of October / early November. Peak is around the 3rd week of November.
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Updated Freeze List - St. John's falls into the darkness.......

1) - Prince George BC - August 27th (-1.3C)
2) - Regina SK - September 5th (-2.8C)
3) - Yellowknife NT - September 5th (-1.6C)
4) - Saskatoon SK - September 5th (-1.3C)
5) - Lethbridge AB - September 5th (-0.6C)
6) - Iqaluit NU - September 6th (-0.2C)
7) - Whitehorse YT - September 7th (-1.4C)
8) - Edmonton AB - September 12th (-1.5C)
9) - Calgary AB - September 13th (-2.1C)
10) - Corner Brook NL - September 18th (-1.0C)
11) - Thunder Bay ON - September 22nd (-0.1C)
12) - Saint John NB - September 23rd (-1.2C)
13) - Fredericton NB - September 23rd (-0.8C)
14) - Quebec City QC- September 24th (-0.6C)
15) - Moncton NB - September 25th (-1.6C)
16) - Charlottetown PE - September 25th (-0.9C)
17) - Winnipeg MB - September 29th (-5.0C)
18) - Sudbury ON- September 30th (-0.2C)
19) - Kamloops BC- October 3rd (-0.6C)
20) - Kelowna BC - October 5th (-1.7C)
21) - St. John's NL- October 11th (-1.3C)

Halifax NS
Sydney NS
Montreal QC
Sherbrooke QC
Ottawa ON
Kingston ON
Toronto ON
London ON
Windsor ON
Vancouver BC
Victoria BC

I do see that Sherbrooke (at least it's airport) fell to 0.0C on Obtober 5th, and disconcertedly, there are five days of missing data on the EC webpage. Did they stay or did they go????
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It says -1.3 for St. John’s yesterday according to Environment Canada.
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