There’s been a change in the weather – for the better! Haliburton Highlands – Maple Lake Long Term Weather Revised
Ξ May 20th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ art/crafts, cottage country, events, family, fun activity, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, nature, Ontario, Photography, weather, webcam |
Wow, just WOW! It’s a sunny 80°F at Maple Lake right now! Is this the first time the temps have broken 80°F this year? I think it may be!
Tomorrow is supposed to be much the same, perhaps with a touch less sun. Very exciting!
Prefer a photograph? Here ‘ya go! May 20, 2009, Kawagama Lake, Dorset
This is Kawagama Lake in Dorset and if you look past the smudgy lens you can see how beautiful it is there today. Here’s one more from cottage country before I show the revised weather forecast for May 22-27.
Silver Lake Cottages-Pretty day!
Here is your revised forecast for May 22-27:
Though not shown on here, tomorrow is to be much like today, perhaps with a few more clouds–but temperatures in the upper 70′s°F!
Weather remains moderate including the nighttime temperatures never going anywhere near the freezing mark. (Yay!–Let those lakes warm up!) I’m sure cottagers have plenty of post-winter chores that need doing that may not have gotten done last weekend–like say, airing out stored away bedding and such? This weekend will be perfect for that or any other outside activity. Expect temperatures in the high 60′sF on both Saturday May 23 and Sunday May 24. There’ s to be anywhere from variable cloudiness to cloudy periods but no rain!
If you are looking for an activity perfectly suited to this weekend’s weather and you like biking, art or hopefully both please check into the Pedal Your Arts: Gears for Guilford event (more info below)!
Pedal Your Arts: Gears for Guilford
May 23 2009
Visit the studios of Haliburton County artists while enjoying the Visit the studios of Haliburton County artists while enjoying the beauty of the Highlands from your bike. This fully supported 40km cycling tour will take you on a breathtaking adventure along the scenic back roads of the West Guilford area. We’ll stop regularly to visit art studios to talk to the artist, watch demonstrations, and explore natural and cultural features. Original works of art will be on display for show and sale. A tasty lunch is provided. Tours are available with or without accommodation. Visit our Website for more details.
Haliburton Village Haliburton
Contact: Barrie Martin Tel: 1-705-754-3436