Sunset June 25, Lake of Bays - Muscoka
It was an OK day for the G8 to come visiting, no? They had to work anyway.
Welcome to your weekend! Apologies again for my tardiness in getting the forecast posted, as last night I was helping my spouse celebrate his birthday weekend. (I’ve now declared a moratorium on June birthdays. Two max. My Dad and my spouse. Everyone else, we’ll wait ’till a later date. It’s one of those preserving one’s sanity measures).
OK then. If it’s Saturday when you read this I suppose you can take a look outdoors and see either cloudiness or cloudiness & showers and temperatures running in the very low 60’s°F. Until late Saturday night that is what you can expect. By overnight Saturday you’ll feel a drop in temperatures to 48°F. The total accumulation of precipitation should be no more than 0.3 inches.
Long Term Weather Forecast Haliburton Highlands June 27 - July 2
Sunday, expect a day with cloudy periods, a high projected to be 73°F and a low overnight of 48°F. There may be up to 0.4 inches of precipitation accumulation in total.
Monday calls for thundershowers, a high temp of 70°F and a low overnight of 59°F. Precipitation accumulation will be 0.1 inch.
By Tuesday there is a slight change in the weather with variable cloudiness in the forecast and a high temperature of 61°F. The low overnight will be a blanket-worthy 50°F. No rain is in the forecast.
Wednesday, expect more variable cloudiness, a daytime high of 63°F and and overnight low of a chilly 48°F. Break out the quilts! No rain is in the forecast, however.
Thursday is a day of celebration as the the forecast calls for a mainly sunny day! The high temperature will be a comfortable 68°F, the low overnight 48°F (don’t forget your quilt!), and there is no rain in the forecast.
Friday, expect variable cloudiness, a daytime high of 72°F and an overnight low of 54°F. Again, no rain is forecast. (See below for the Bug Forecast.)
Haliburton sunset June 25, 2010 (click to enlarge)
Reach Harbour Lakefield June 25 sunset - (click to enlarge)
Chapleau River - June 25 sunset (click to enlarge)
In short, both the black flies and mosquitoes are expected to be rated “high” Friday June 25 through Wednesday June 30. You can check the graph for more specifics about other flying critters.
Delawana docks at sunrise June 18 2010
Welcome to your weekend!
I’ll be back to walk you through the weather for the weekend but in short, I want to apologize for it because it comes from here in the States. We lost power today–tree limbs flying, high winds, pounding rain and your area too possibly shall see similar weather through most of Saturday. It’s full-on thundershowers NOT scattered so I’d cancel what you may have planned outdoors for Saturday morning through at least afternoon. The problem here at least is that there are a series of storm systems …so you get past the one and a short bit later…here in my house one of my dogs starts shivering and I know they are coming back before they hit.
Weekend Weather Jun 18- 19 2010
EDIT/:6.19.10 After a thorough examination other the weather forecasts in your area for the next 36 hours, I agree that Friday overnight the Haliburton Highlands will be mainly clear and about 17°C.
By Saturday morning thundershowers turn to full- blown thunderstorms which will last in parts of Ontario until Saturday evening when the skies are to clear. It will be mainly sunny with a comfortable temperature of 21°C on Saturday evening. Sounds nice.
It will be continue to be mainly sunny at daybreak on Sunday after a Saturday overnight low of 15°C. More below.
Long Term Weather - 6.20 - 6.25.10
Kincardine Harbour - Pentangore River - Lake Huron - June 18 2010
Insect Predictions thru June 25 2010
I have an important and fun bit of information that I’m going to share and that, if you live in the Haliburton Highlands area or plan to be in the area on June 19, 2010 you’ll be intrigued to hear about. First click on the announcement below:
Minden Kinsmen Truck Pull and Show and Shine June 19, 2010
This year marks the 23rd year that the Minden Kinsmen Club has sponsored the Truck Pull and Show and Shine
in a continuing effort to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the community as a whole.
The Truck Pull and Show and Shine will take place on June 19th 2010 at the Minden Fairgrounds. This is a fun family event which children under age 12 enjoy for FREE (ages 12-16 are $6 -adults, $12).
What will you see? I’m happy to report that there is something for everyone. New this year is the ATV Mud Bog with prizes presented at the event. Less messy but just as entertaining is the Vintage Vehicle Show for vehicles of an 80 year-and-older vintage. The fun continues with a Truck Pull which starts at 12 noon. There are more details on the flyer above so be sure to click on it to enlarge it for better viewing.
In addition to the activities mentioned, The Truck Pull and Show and Shine will feature Food, Refreshments, Camping and Beer Tents on Site!
Want to know more? Contact the Haliburton Visitor Info Centre at 1-800-461-7677.
This is a non-paid post in support of the Haliburton Highlands continued vitality.
Sauble Beach, Ontario 6.11.10
Weekend Weather Haliburton Highlands
Welcome to your weekend! I hate to be the bearer of bad news but if you had/have outside activities planned for this weekend, you just may wish to change them to inside activities–unless the rain does not impact what you’ve planned one way or another.
Overnight tonight (Friday) you can expect a few showers and a low of 55°F.
You’ll probably wake up to rain Saturday morning with a high of 55°F. By Saturday afternoon it will still be cloudy with showers with a temperature of 61°F. This 24-hour period’s precipitation outlook is 0.8 inches from Friday evening through Saturday afternoon.
Saturday evening is fixing up to look like you have a high temperature of 61°with showers.
Overnight Saturday the low is expected to be 57°F with more showers.
Haliburton Highlands Long Term Weather Forecast June 13-18
Sunday starts off with some sun, later in the day expect isolated showers and a high of 70°F. There may be up to 0.1 inch of rain accumulation. The low will be 57°F.
Monday will be yet another day of isolated showers. The high is expected to be 72°F and there may be a trace of rain accumulation. The low will be 52°F.
Tuesday will be a sunny day! Yes, you read that correctly. Woo-hoo! The high temperature is expected to be comfortable 70°F and the low overnight 48°F. No precipitation is in the forecast.
Wednesday expect cloudy periods. The high is expected to be 72°F and the low overnight 50°F. There may be up to 0.1 inch of rain accumulation.
Thursday calls for isolated showers and a high of 75°F. The overnight low is to be 59°F and there may be up to 0.1 inch of rain accumulation.
Friday brings a chance of thundershowers with a high of 77°F ( it will feel like 84°F) and an overnight low of 63°F. There may be up to 0.3 inch of rain accumulation.
Have a great week!
Haliburton Highlands Bug Report through June 18
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"Maman" by Louise Bourgeois (1912- 2010) National Gallery Ottawa
I realized today that I should read more often as I happened upon several interesting news items including that the creator of the piece above, Louise Bourgeois died on May 31 at the age of 98. One of the more intriguing things about Ms. Bourgeois besides the daring in her creations (“Maman” means mother) is that she did not “break out” in the art world until she was in her 70’s. Bourgeois was both an innovative Surrealist and a feminist pioneer having been the first woman to have a retrospective at MoMA in NYC in the early 1980’s. It’s pretty cool that one of her most well-known pieces having been exhibited around the globe, is residing in a prominent place in Ottawa.