Ξ August 7th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Bug Report, Canada, cottage country, Haliburton, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, nature, NON paid Post, Ontario, summertime, Travel/Vacation, weather |
It was a gorgeous day here at Maple Lake and beyond as we ventured into the Sculpture Forest in nearby Haliburton.
Photos to come tomorrow.
It was such a welcome respite from the soggy days and chilly nights as well as the inverse, it might put one into an optimistic frame of mind that more good weather is in store for the weekend. That would be a wrong assumption, I regret to inform you.
Tonight (Friday) will be COLD. Forty-two degrees for a nighttime low tonight, August 7. Tomorrow will start off chilly but dry…until the rain comes into play starting in the afternoon. At below 70F, the temperatures are not going to be very impressive, either.
Sunday, August 9th is set to improve as far as the temperatures warming to upper seventies. Expect thunderstorms for the entire day, however. Sorry. Nighttime lows will be about 62 F.
The upside is if you don’thave to head home on Monday you’ll enjoy a sunny day near 80 F with nighttime lows in the mid 60′s F.
Tuesday looks “iffy” with a chance of thundershowers and a high of 71 F. Evening lows on Tuesday should be about 60 F. Wednesday, things again look lovely. Expect sunny skies and highs in the mid-70′s F.
Thursday is predicted to be much like Wednesday with tempertures nearing 80F and overnight lows for both Wednesday and Thursday about 55F.
On Friday expect mainly sunny skies with a high of 78F and an evening low of 55F.
In terms of bugs, I’d describe them as moderate overall. I don’t think the chilly weather agrees with them. The bug report follows.
Have a great week!