Haliburton County – Maple Lake, Ontario – Weekend and Long-Range Weather – Nov 27 – Dec 04, 2009

Ξ November 27th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ cottage country, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, Ontario, Photography, webcam |

Grimsby view Of Lake Ontario

Grimsby view Of Lake Ontario

Short Term Weather Haliburton Highlands - 11.27.-12.04

Short Term Weather Haliburton Highlands - 11.27.-12.04

Short-term Weather Forecast 11.27-28-09 Haliburton Highlands – Maple Lake

Haliburton County – Maple Lake Weather forecast 11.27-28.09 (above)

The weather forecast for West Guilford/Haliburton Highlands for Friday night will  be cloudy with clear breaks with a low of 36°F.  Saturday begins with variable cloudiness and a high of 29°F. Expect variable cloudiness in the afternoon as well, with a high of 32°F. Expect cloudy periods with clear breaks Saturday evening and a temperature of 27°F. Overnight Saturday expect mainly cloudy skies and a low temperature of 26°F.

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Haliburton Highlands / Maple Lake Ontario Long Term Weather Forecast Nov 27 – Dec 04, 2009 (below)

Haliburton Highlands - Maple Lake Ontario -11.27.09 - 12.04.092

Haliburton Highlands - Maple Lake Ontario -11.27.09 - 12.04.09

Haliburton Highlands – Maple Lake Long Term Weather 11.27 -12.04.09

Sunday begins with snow flurries and a high 37°F. A nighttime low of 24°F closes out the weekend.

Scattered flurries are predicted for the traditional workweek on Monday. High temperatures of 36°F are expected. Overnight lows will be about 27°F.

Tuesday, expect  some flurries with a daytime high of 32°F. Overnight temperatures are expected to be about 22°F.

Wednesday, expect  a few flurries  and a high of 34°F. Overnight temperatures are expected to be 24°F.

Thursday, expect variable cloudiness high of 34°F. Expect an overnight low of 27°F.

Variable cloudiness is predicted Friday with a high of 29°F. Lows on Friday night will be 24F°.

Enjoy the webcam photos taken on 11.27.09 of several areas in Central Ontario. Be sure to click the thumbnails to enlarge the photos.

 

Hit Me With Your Best Shot – of Southern Ontario

Ξ November 24th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Canada, cottage country, Haliburton, Haliburton Highlands, Ontario, webcam, winter |

I must have hit upon just the right time of the day today (yesterday) to check out the great new Chapleau River webcam shot— there has been no shot available for months. It replaces a previous scene that though pretty, was not a eye-appealing as this–and the webcam camera is currently mounted perfectly!
In order, the slideshow pictures go: brand new webcam scenic video capture(!)
at Chapleau River in Mulligan’s Bay

Haliburton (stylized becuz their webcam company sucks(!)

Buses leaving Chapleau River area. Just a kinda cool shot with the river in the background

Beaver Valley Skiing –still looking kind of spooky. Needs snow.

Lagoon City–always misty/foggy-looking.

Lake Superior
Wawa – Ontario – Canada

Lake Superior never fails to look fierce to me. Not good for swimming, I’d guess.

 

Haliburton County – Maple Lake, Ontario – Weekend and Long-Range Weather – Nov 20 – Nov 27, 2009

Ξ November 20th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Autumn, Canada, cottage country, Haliburton, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, marine/marina, Ontario, Photography, weather, webcam |

Short-term Weather Forecast 11.20-21-09 Haliburton Highlands - Maple Lake

Short-term Weather Forecast 11.20-21-09 Haliburton Highlands - Maple Lake

Haliburton County – Maple Lake Weather forecast 11.19-20.09 (above)

The weather forecast for West Guilford/Haliburton Highlands for Friday night will include variable cloudiness and a low temperature of 41°F.  Saturday begins with variable cloudiness and a high of 41°F. Expect variable cloudiness in the afternoon as well, with a high of 45°F. Expect cloudy periods with some showers early on Saturday evening. Overnight Saturday expect mainly cloudy skies and a low temperature of 41°F.

Haliburton Highlands / Maple Lake Ontario Long Term Weather Forecast 11.22.09 – 11.27.09 (below)

Haliburton Highlands - Maple Lake Long Term Weather

Haliburton Highlands - Maple Lake Long Term Weather 11.22 -11.27.09

Sunday, expect cloudy periods with a high of 41°F. A nighttime low of 24°F closes out the weekend.

Variable cloudiness is predicted for the traditional workweek on Monday. High temperatures of 45°F are expected. Overnight lows will be about 36°F.

Tuesday, expect more variable cloudiness with a daytime high of 45°F. Overnight temperatures are expected to be about 36°F.

Wednesday, expect some sunny breaks in an otherwise cloudy day. Daytime high is forecasted to be 41°F. Overnight temperatures are expected to be 36°F.

Thursday, expect cloudiness with showers with a high of 37°F. Expect an overnight low of 32°F.

Scattered flurries are predicted Friday with a high of 32°F. Lows on Friday night will be 27F°.

Enjoy the webcam photos taken on 11.20.09, of several areas in Central Ontario.

Have a great week!

Beaver Valley Ski Club, Markdale, Ontario

Beaver Valley Ski Club, Markdale, Ontario

Lakefield Reach Harbour Ontario

Lakefield - Reach Harbour Ontario

Kincardine Harbour Ontario

Kincardine Harbour Ontario

Head Lake, Haliburton Ontario

Head Lake, Haliburton Ontario

 

Update – Haliburton County – Maple Lake, Ontario – Weekend and Long-Range Weather – Nov 13 – Nov 20, 2009

Ξ November 14th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Autumn, Canada, cottage country, fall colours, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, marine/marina, nature, Ontario, Photography, weather, webcam |

Poker Lakes, Minden Ontario courtesy of the Weather Channel

Poker Lakes, Minden Ontario courtesy of the Weather Channel

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Haliburton County – Maple Lake Weather forecast 11.13-14.09 (above)

The weather forecast for West Guilford/Haliburton Highlands on Saturday begins in the morning with cloudiness with sunny breaks. Expect mainly cloudy skies in the afternoon.

The high temperature for the day will be 52°F. The evening is expected to be cloudy with foggy patches with a low of 46°F.

Haliburton Highlands / Maple Lake Ontario Long Term Weather Forecast 11.14.09 – 11.20.09 (below)

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Sunday, expect variable cloudiness with a high of 50°F. A nighttime low of 37°F closes out the weekend.

The traditional workweek on Monday is predicted to be sunny with a high temperature of of 41°F. Overnight lows will be about 26°F.

Tuesday, expect  another bright and sunny day with a daytime high of 43°F. Overnight temperatures are expected to be about 22°F.

Wednesday, another sunny day! with a daytime high of 45°F. Overnight temperatures are expected to be 29°F.

Thursday, look forward to more sun. Expect a high of 45°F. Expect an overnight low of 34°F.

Friday is predicted to be mainly sunny with a daytime high of 48°F. Lows on Friday night will be 34F°.

Enjoy the webcam photos taken on 11.13.09, of several areas in Central Ontario. Almost all the leaves have fallen now and now Reach Harbour, a holdout, has taken their last few boasts out of the ever-colder water.

 

Remembrance Day at R.D. Lawrence Place

Ξ November 10th, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Canada, events, Haliburton Highlands, holiday(s), Ontario |

REMEMBRANCE DAY TOPIX

Photo: CBC

I’ve not ever really known how to celebrate Remembrance Day or Veteran’s Day, as it is called in the U.S.  As a kid it meant a day off of school and as an adult it means a day off of school for my son but how does one get a real feel for  what the day really means? How about listening to a personal account of Ron Lawrence’s experiences in WWII?
Details follow for this nominal-fee community event.
Wednesday November 11,  3:00PM to 5:00PM and 7:00PM to 9:00PM
In honour of Remembrance Day there will be a reading from Ron Lawrence’s memoir about his experiences in WWII. Following that, Earle Gray, a writer and historian with expertise in the oil industry will give a talk. Gray has published eight books and is currently working on a book about Canadian news stories from the 1820s-1930s. The public is also invited to attend the Haliburton Highlands Genealogy Meeting at 7 pm at R.D.L.P. where Gray will talk more about how to research old newspapers and some of the intriguing stories from old newspapers he has found. Admission is $2.
Visit Website: www.mindenculturalcentre.com
R.D. Lawrence Place, Minden Hills Cultural Centre
Phone: 705-286-2298
Email: rdlawrenceplace@mindenhills.ca

 

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