Ξ July 25th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Bug Report, Canada, cottage country, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, Ontario, Photography, summertime, weather, webcam |
Sorry, gang, I’m very late to the forecast though the midweek long-term one, if you happened to get a chance to read it, pretty well summed up what you already know if you live in the Haliburton County/Maple Lake area.
The summer thus far has been wetter than normal and cooler than normal to state it plainly. Upcoming weather in August is to improve significantly everywhere but eastern Ontario. I’m afraid we cannot catch a break.
However the temperatures should get closer to normal in August as well as a slight easing of the rainfall but this is a cautiously optimistic view. For the remainder of this weekend:
You’ve got thunderstorms or showers the entire weekend of July 25-26. Temperatures are below normal ranging from 60°F Saturday night to a high of 68°F Sunday afternoon.
Both Monday and Tuesday’s forecasts predict “showers” with Monday’s showers accompanied by thunder. Highs will be 71°F and 75°F respectively. Both nights call for comfortable temperatures with highs of about 60°F.
Wednesday is expected to have a low of 59°F overnight.
Thursday, expect a mainly sunny day with a high of 73°F. Wednesday and Thursday will have nighttime lows of about 59°F and 55°F respectively. Friday as has been many Fridays this summer, will be nice. Look for a mainly sunny day with a temperatures expected to be about 75°F and nighttime lows a cool 50°F. August comes in on a high note with the forecast for August 1st calling for a sunny day with a high of 78°F and a nighttime low of 57°F.
Have a great week!
See you tomorrow! (Monday, technically).
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