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Old Posted Sep 21, 2019, 7:31 AM
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Of course we didn't warm up as much as the forecast had predicted but a very pleasant day nonetheless.

24C with a humidex of 28 and sunny!

Low of 13C this morning.

The warmspot was Sarnia, ON at 28.2C.

BTW-Windsor has yet to fall below 10C still.
Osoyoos made it all the way to yesterday (Sept 19th). Finally dipping down to 9.8 for a low.

Pretty good for the interior.

Also, Charlottetown should be added to the freeze list, low of -0.2 on the 19th.
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Old Posted Sep 21, 2019, 9:14 AM
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Pouring rain. Went for a run anyway.

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There was a guy smoking in the little space between the Pride flag and the bins. Scared the shit out of us both when I took another two steps forward.



A VERY rare sight in St. John's: a parking meter with its head still on.



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Old Posted Sep 21, 2019, 2:33 PM
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It's shaping up to be very hot today. Already up to 26.7 with a humidex of 37.1. the low this morning was 18.9 and yesterday's high was 27.4. September's mean is 19.4 so far, which is high than June's (18.8).

My weather station still hasn't dropped below 10 since June 14 (9.9) and no highs below 20 since June 20 (19.6). Should make it through the rest of September.

Beautiful evening last night, the view is west behind my house


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Old Posted Sep 21, 2019, 3:39 PM
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Seeing early indications of a certain 4 letter S word in Calgary as soon as next week. Was hoping we could at least make it to October first, but given how this year has played out not even surprised.
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Old Posted Sep 21, 2019, 3:43 PM
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Beautiful stretch of weather here, we hit 26.8C yesterday with partly sunny skies. I was swimming in the pool it was great. Heading up to 27C today feeling like 32 with humidity.

All 20's here for the next 10 days.

We hit 30.7C today, our 19th day over 30.0C

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Old Posted Sep 21, 2019, 4:27 PM
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A cold, wet, windy 9 degrees in St. John's today. The weather this week is a real roller coaster, with highs ranging from 8 to 20 degrees.
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Old Posted Sep 21, 2019, 7:01 PM
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Very nice. 26 with a humidex of 31. Lots of sun.

Looks like tomorrow is the last gasp of real summer weather. High of 27 in the forecast.
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Started out cool thus morning but by lunch it warmed up pretty good. 6pm and still sitting on the deck. 18 now. Another day of this then a cool down.
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2019, 12:43 AM
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Also, Charlottetown should be added to the freeze list, low of -0.2 on the 19th.
Charlottetown's all-time record low for September going back to 1872 is -0.6. And this wasn't even at the end of the month. It broke the old daily record by over a degree.

To put this into perspective, the same record for Vancouver/YVR is -1.1 and for Windsor A it's also -1.1 (going back to 1898 and 1940 respectively). Even tropical Maple Creek has hit -12.8 in September. This event is similar to Calgary dipping to -13 at night on September 19.
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It was twenty years ago today. The course of my life was changed by a massive earthquake in Taiwan measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale. At about 1:30 am the lights flickered off and on, and I thought: here we go again, another power outage like we had this past summer.

But no. Because all hell broke loose in a jackhammer-like shuddering that lasted, what, sixty seconds? I hung on to the handrail of the staircase in our two-level abode, my wife screaming upstairs in bed. The low bass rumble of a powerful earthquake is difficult to describe. It courses through your soul. After the shaking stopped we scrambled down from our fourth-floor apartment and spent the rest of the night huddled in a courtyard area with our neighbours as the aftershocks rolled through.

A bunch of us camped for a week on a lawn next to a temple, not daring to spend the night inside any building. It seemed like the ground never stopped moving, though it was hard to tell what was real and what was conjured up by the unconscious memory of the lizard brain on high alert. Still, apparently there were 12,911 aftershocks in total over the next month, so maybe our brains weren't playing tricks on us after all.

That was when my wife and I decided we wanted to live in Canada. Now I complain about days with below average cold, about warm seasons that are too short.


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Old Posted Sep 22, 2019, 4:42 AM
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Sounds like sheer terror. Canada is pretty lucky when it comes to dangerous natural disasters.

The temperature reached 29 here this afternoon, currently sitting at 23
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26C with a humidex of 29 and sunny! Perfect!

Low of 14C this morning.

The warmspot was Sarnia, ON at 30.4C.

At 1AM, the hottest place in the country is Collingwood at 24.3C
But perhaps, more impressive is Waskaganish, the warmspot in Quebec at the moment. 22.9C at 1AM on September 22nd for a community on the shores of James Bay north of the 50th parallel.
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2019, 7:22 AM
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^ Belongs more in the gay thread, rather than the weather thread don't you think?

Weather in Vanc is a bit less than seasonal, with rain today, about 17C, with the forecast mixed with rain cloud and sun, mostly in the mid to high teens for the next few.
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^ Belongs more in the gay thread, rather than the weather thread don't you think?

Weather in Vanc is a bit less than seasonal, with rain today, about 17C, with the forecast mixed with rain cloud and sun, mostly in the mid to high teens for the next few.
Maybe it was hot and steamy?
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Can confirm that Collingwood was quite warm at night. I was across the bay in Tiny Township on the beach at 10:30 at night and with the lack of wind it was pleasantly warm. Now it's supposed to rain most the day, but that was a good stretch of dry days.
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2019, 3:40 PM
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It's already hot and muggy here, currently 26 with humidex 33.8

The low this morning was 22.6

A cold front moves in tomorrow, but if the forecast holds, we will again have summer temperatures between 25 and 30 for eight of the next ten days.
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A fantastic day here yesterday with mostly sunny skies. We hit 29.6C feeling like 35 with humidity. It felt like a true summer day.

Already at 27C here feeling like 34 with the sun coming out.
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More above normal temps on the way for Eastern Canada over the next 10 days, potential to again hit 30C next weekend into the following week.
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A fantastic day here yesterday with mostly sunny skies. We hit 29.6C feeling like 35 with humidity. It felt like a true summer day.

Already at 27C here feeling like 34 with the sun coming out.
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Sweet. Certainly making up for the chilly start to September.
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Maybe it was hot and steamy?
One of those sexy, sultry, Southwestern Ontario kind of afternoons?
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2019, 4:57 PM
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A fantastic day here yesterday with mostly sunny skies. We hit 29.6C feeling like 35 with humidity. It felt like a true summer day.

Already at 27C here feeling like 34 with the sun coming out.
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More above normal temps on the way for Eastern Canada over the next 10 days, potential to again hit 30C next weekend into the following week.
Definitely that time of year where southern Ontario has the best weather in the country without much debate. I think southcoastal BC takes the cake the cake for Feb-Mar, S Ontario mid-Septemer through October, rest of the year it's kind of up to preference.

Basically BC comes out of winter the earliest and S Ontario is the most delayed heading into it while still maintaining nice weather, that is to say the south coast of BC will stay mild but they start getting into their rain marathon.
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