Ξ March 16th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ cottage country, Haliburton Highlands, Ontario, opinion, personal, Photography, spring, weather, webcam, winter |
As much as I wish I could be in Ontario to witness winter turning into spring, the best I can do for now–and in truth it is a pretty fun endeavour, is to visit various areas of southern/south central/central Ontario and through the magic of live webcam imagery record the changes. I do tend to go to specific spots regularly either because I find them so appealing or the spots I’d like to go to have the craziest webcam setups ever. Strangely, quite a few of the odd webcam setups –meaning the picture is a blurred or non-existent altogether are sponsored by businesses. (People who put up outdoor webcams for pleasure seem to care about getting it right.) Halcom Communication in Haliburton, Ontario: I’m talking to you. You’ve had the most craptastic picture of Haliburton up for years now–and one can only get to it after wading through your self-promotion. Now I’m all for self-promotion but when there is a crummy, fuzzy, CROOKED webcam shot as a reward? Um, no. Now onto my stable of regulars after a quick look at the 14-day forecast for south central Ontario. It is indeed changing–and if you like warm and dry–for the better.
Out of the next two weeks, 10 of 14 days are forecasted to have normal or above-normal temperatures. Yay!