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Old Posted Sep 12, 2017, 4:28 PM
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Rain in the forecast for tomorrow! the fires out here are getting nuts, lots of evacuations in SW Alberta overnight, Waterton to Pincher Creek and parts of the Blood Reserve all evacuated very early this morning.
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The sun came out for the first time in days.



Also, sidewalk parking. At least it's a van, MAYBE he's working.
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Weather Network fear mongering.

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30C again today. Probably our last one of the year.
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Weather Network fear mongering.

Even a lowly Category 1 might be enough to tear The Rooms apart. Go, Jose!
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Sunny and up to 29°C yesterday, though a few clouds rolled in by evening.

Today's quite a contrast - overcast and only up to 15°C, but it hasn't rained at all.
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Forecast of 24/25/26/25/26/23, mostly sunny. I'll take that for mid-september!
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New Winnipeg record 34.8 today!

Old record 33.3 1952
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Old Posted Sep 13, 2017, 4:21 AM
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24C with a humidex of 27 and sunny! Low was 12C this morning.
Decent September day but it's nothing to brag about.

How about Carman, Manitoba! Officially up to 36.0C today. Of course, that heat won't make it to us. Because we've been punished by mother Nature in 2017.

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Old Posted Sep 13, 2017, 6:25 AM
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Tuesday in Vancouver was very nice but it's definitely getting cooler. In fact, not much variation in the temperature from night to day. The high at Vancouver Harbour was 19 C, the low was 17 C.



Collingwood Street, Vancouver, Sept.12 '17, my pics


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Gorgeous pics as always, mcmimsen!
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Some rain from Irma's remnants today with average temperatures, then warming up nicely for the weekend with lots of sun.

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Foggy and, yes, raining again.

Churchill Park neighbourhood with the edge of the core at the top of the hill.



Memorial University with Kenmount Road heading up to the right behind (West End and Mount Pearl behind the hills in the background).

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Old Posted Sep 13, 2017, 3:34 PM
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Summer is over
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Summer just started this week in Quebec. At last!
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Old Posted Sep 13, 2017, 4:39 PM
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Sounds right, can't have consistent weather across this country ever. Snowing in the mountains, and I think we may see some flakes on the ground here while this cold wet system is parked over top of us. It was 30 on Monday and now we are looking at single digit highs, have to love fall in Calgary! oh well, it will stop the fire in Waterton from getting any crazier!
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finally getting rain in the Edmonton Region. The beaver in the river down from my house may not have to walk to work later this week.

Out and about last night, the heavy scent of straw was on the wind. Harvesting is going hard and heavy right now.
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The forecast is for three days in a row in the high twenties. So finally, right at the end of the season, we get our first summer weather.

I wonder if anyone will study the economic impact of the shitty summer we just had? There was a story in the Toronto Star about how businesses on the island didn't get up and running until August because of the flooding, and I'd bet that gate receipts at places like Canada's Wonderland suffered. Who wants to go to a theme park when it's cold and wet?

Anecdotally, I ride by this place every evening on my way back into town, and...


https://www.google.ca/maps/@43.37187...7i13312!8i6656

...this year I noticed a distinct downward tick in the crowds congregated outside the shop. In fact there were numerous cold and damp evenings in July and August where I didn't see a soul walking up for ice cream at all.

Forget forest fires and hurricanes. If you want a sign of the apocalypse, how about a summer without ice cream?
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Old Posted Sep 13, 2017, 5:53 PM
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And there it is.

Brrrr: Communities west of Edmonton on edge of Alberta Rockies hit with first snowfall
Hinton blanketed with wet snow and between five and 10 millimetres expected to fall in Jasper throughout day
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Old Posted Sep 13, 2017, 6:21 PM
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The forecast deserves a screenshot because it's the first POSITIVE news weather wise in MONTHS (the first for me since I was in Southern California early May)!!!

Had we had 5 more degree to the highs and lows in the forecast, I would have considered it a spectacular summer one but I'll also settle for avg mid-summer values as well after not feeling any summer at all for more than 1 year (not that 1 warm week in September will be enough to salvage anything).

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