Ξ September 19th, 2010 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Canada, cottage country, fall colours, Haliburton Highlands, Maple Lake Ontario, marine/marina, NON paid Post, Ontario, Photography, summertime, Travel/Vacation, weather, webcam |
In two words it’s going to be a “mixed bag” in the weather department this week. Summer ends this week –on September 22–but unofficially, when you have some of the “flirting with freezing” kind of night time low temperatures you may as well keep the big fuzzy socks at the ready. At least, I do.
It’s a very beautiful time of the year—it’s just different than summertime–and there’s a season for everyone to enjoy so I’m sure there’s plenty of folks waiting for it to get a bit colder and then enjoy the near-inevitable great snow season.
Here is what today looks like mid-late Sunday afternoon:
Abundant sun makes almost any day a good weather day, IMO. with temperatures dropping to 41°F overnight obviously we are flirting with a freeze. My spouse would like to mention again that he is really hoping that the day lilies he put in near our cottage last week “took.”
What the upcoming week look like?
First off, expect a near-repeat of Sunday’s weather on Monday meaning it will be SUNNY, there is no rain in the 24-hour forecast, the high temperature will be 61°F and the low overnight will be 39°F.
Tuesday, expect afternoon isolated showers with a high of 72°. The low overnight will be 39°F and the total precipitation accumulation will be 0.3 inches.
Wednesday will be mainly sunny with a comfortable high of 68°F. The overnight low will be 50°F and there is no precipitation in the forecast.
Thursday, expect isolated showers, a high of 57° and an overnight low of 48°F. Precipitation accumulation should be about 0.4 inches, total.
Friday expect a rainy day. The high will inch up to 63°F, the low overnight will be 48°F and there could be more than 0.4 inches of total precipitation accumulation.
For next Saturday, September 25, variable cloudiness is called for with a high only of 54°F, the low overnight will be about 45°F and there may be a trace of precipitation accumulation.
Make it a great week!
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